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Laracon EU 2013 Session Videos Posted
October 15, 2013 @ 12:55:14

If you wanted to attend the Laracon EU that happened in Amsterdam back in August but weren't able to make it, there's good news. They've started posting the videos of the sessions recorded at the event.

The sessions they've added at the time of this post are:

There were more great speakers and sessions at the event, so keep checking back for more as they're added.

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Link: http://laracon.eu/2013/talks/

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Laracasts.com - Laravel 4 Screencast Archive
April 17, 2013 @ 11:50:59

A new resource has popped up for those wanting to get even more information about the Laravel PHP framework - the Laracasts.com site. The site is devoted to providing a consolidated listing of Laravel screencasts across the web.

[This site is a] compilation of screencasts from Youtube and Vimeo. Let's learn Laravel together!

There's already a good number of screencasts posted to the site from folks like Taylor Otwell (author of the framework), Jeffrey Way (NetTuts) as well as several recordings of talks from various conferences about the framework. If you have a screencast that's not linked on the site, you can submit the information for review and inclusion.

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Link: http://laracasts.com

Anthony Ferrara:
Failure Is Always An Option - Programming With Anthony
April 01, 2013 @ 09:03:19

Anthony Ferrara has posted another video in his "Programming with Anthony" series, this time pointing out that failure is always an option.

A few days ago, I posted a video about how to become a better developer. There were a few interesting comments made, but one in particular from the Reddit threadpeaked my interest. So I decided to do a reply.

You can watch the video either in his blog or over on Youtube. He's also included the some of the contents of the Reddit post and a funny (relevant) comic about learning "C++ in 21 days".

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Anthony Ferrara:
Mediators - Programming With Anthony
January 24, 2013 @ 10:52:23

Anthony Ferrara has posted his latest "Programming with Anthony" video episode today pattern is more of a behavioral structure, defining how objects interact with each other.

The Mediator Pattern is an extremely flexible and useful tool to help decouple your code and provide added flexibility in your applications. We'll explore the basic concept of a Mediator, some places you've used it and some things that you can do to improve upon the basic concept.

You can watch the video either in the post or over on YouTube. If you enjoy the episode, you should also consider the rest of the videos in the series, all available from this playlist.

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Anthony Ferrara:
Programming With Anthony - Logic
December 20, 2012 @ 12:26:26

Anthony Ferrara has posted about his latest video tutorial in his "Programming with Anthony" series, looking this time at the topic of "Logic":

This week's Programming With Anthony video is up! In it, we discuss the foundations of Boolean Logic and introduce some very interesting tools for analyzing logical constructs (including Truth Tables and De Morgan's Laws).

You can view this latest video over on YouTube or get caught up on the entire series with the full playlist of this and past episodes.

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Anthony Ferrara:
Programming With Anthony - References
December 06, 2012 @ 10:54:36

Anthony Ferrara has posted the third video in his series on programming over on Youtube. In this new episode, he talks about variable and object references (and the differences between them).

The two other video tutorials he's posted are:

If you like the videos, leave him feedback on what you'd like to see in future videos.

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Symfony Blog:
Symfony Live London 2012 The videos are now online on the SensioLabs' YouTube channel
November 07, 2012 @ 11:32:27

On the Symfony blog there's a quick post noting that the videos for this year's Symfony Live London (2012) event have been posted on their YouTube channel.

Last month, we were pleased to publish all the videos from this year's edition of Symfony Live conferences in Paris and in San Francisco. During the first week following their publication, more than 10,000 views were recorded, that's amazing! And today, we've just added 5 more hours of talks.

There's seven videos in the playlist including talks from Mike van Riel (video), Rowan Merewood (video) and Fabien Potencier himself (video) with a look at what's coming up for Symfony.

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99Points.info:
Youtube Style Share Button With URL Shortening using CURL, jQuery and PHP
July 29, 2010 @ 12:38:28

In a recent post on the 99Points.info blog Zeeshan Rasool walks you through the steps to create a share button with URL shortening using PHP, jQuery and curl.

These days every website must contain a section that is called 'Share This'. After creating facebook style posting and youtube style rating system I have now come to share button. I have created youtube style share button with url shortening script. Try the demo and use this awesome tutorial on your web pages.

His tutorial includes all of the code needed - Javascript, PHP and some CSS - to create a small "share this" button that can be embedded in your site to open pages on the remote sites with the shortened URL for the current page.

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PHPRiot.com:
Zend Framework 101 Zend_Gdata_YouTube
June 10, 2010 @ 09:15:27

PHPRiot.com has posted the latest tutorial in their Zend Framework 101 series, a look at using Zend_Gdata_YouTube to pull information from the popular video sharing site.

The Zend Framework contains a number of APIs for accessing Google services, including YouTube. In this article I will show you how to retrieve a feed of videos from YouTube using the Zend_Gdata_YouTube class within Zend_Gdata. [...] To simplify things in this article, we're going to use the service to retrieve videos for a specific user, and we're going to do so using anonymous authentication.

Included in the tutorial are the methods for pulling a list of videos for a given YouTube username and looping over the resulting list to display them as links to a page. This includes examples of fetching information like date published, last update and embedding the videos (or thumbnails) directly into the page. For more information on the component, see this section of the Zend Framework manual.

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Stoimen.com:
Iterate over YouTube Channel with Zend_Gdata_YouTube
April 23, 2010 @ 13:10:09

On the Stoimen.com blog there's a new post showing how you can connect your script to YouTube's API via the Zend_Gdata_YouTube component complete with pagination support.

The task is to read the entire Gdata from a YouTube's channel. It may sound easy, but as you may know Gdata is based on the Atom publishing protocol, and it naturally gives you only the latest few items.

The component lets you go through the pages of content from a user or channel on YouTube and pull out the metadata about each. Code is included to show you how to make the connection, get the thumbnail information for each video and push it back out the other side in an nice, clean array.

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