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May 2017 Issue Released - Uncanny PHP
May 04, 2017 @ 10:53:01

php[architect] magazine has announced the release of their latest issue - the February 2016 edition. Articles in this issue include:

  • Using PHP, Vue.JS for Visualization of Workflows in an Event Sourced Application by Dustin Wheeler.
  • John Congdon writes on getting started with Vue.js in Look at the Vue From Here.
  • Keep your site secure by following Cryptography Best Practices in PHP by Enrico Zimuel.
  • Scaling to handle high-volume login with PHP Prepared Statements and MySQL Table Design by Ed Barnard.
Also this month, Matthew Setter shares how to use Qafoo Quality Analyzer, to measure how good your committed code is. David Stockton outlines why you should be doing Code Reviews and different ways of implementing them with your team. Community Corner is about the importance of being a better listener. Joe Ferguson continues accelerating your project setup so you can hit the ground running. Chris Cornutt reviews the proposed OWASP Top 10 update in Security Corner. To cap off the issue, Eli White explains why Happiness is a Boring Stack.

You can find out more about this issue on the php[architect] site or just head over and pick up your issue right away.

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Link: https://www.phparch.com/magazine/2017-2/may/