Recently, I decided to learn the basics of the Symfony (4) framework, so that I could better understand one of my client&rsquo;s applications, and provide better support to it. I never expected to use such a well-rounded framework. Nor did I expect to encounter such an engaged and supportive community. Here&rsquo;s the story.
I’ve been developing software in PHP for a long time. But I recently decided to return to my polyglot roots, developing in multiple languages on a regular basis. The question is, which language, or languages, are the right ones to learn and use.
With so many existing solutions for creating websites, why would you create one by hand? This post looks at the reasons why I chose to create the site by hand, versus using an established platform, such as Sculpin or Wordpress
Can VIM, the venerable UNIX editor, replace the modern day PHP IDE PhpStorm? The answer is no, it can&rsquo;t.
Can VIM really be a full-time editor? Is it genuinely possible to develop as productively with it as you would
As software developers you should use coding standards. In today&rsquo;s post, learn how to enforce the PSR-1 and PSR-2 coding standards with PHPStorm.