Articles from the blog (Page 7 of 7)
Introducing ORM Cheatsheet
ORM Cheatsheet is a useful website that serves as a quick reference guide for developers struggling to remember how to use common PHP ORM libraries like Doctrine 2 and Propel. It provides examples for annotations, relationships, and configuration.
3 invitations to try Atom.io
The author received 3 invites to try Atom.io, a new text editor built by GitHub using Node.js. They find it promising but slower than SublimeText. The post shares the invites with readers who follow the author on social media and comment.
Reset your MySql server password
Learn how to reset a lost MySQL root password by restarting the server with disabled security checks. This allows resetting the password directly in the database. Useful when locked out but reduces security temporarily.
Write a console application using Symfony and Pimple
This article shows how to build a simple command line application using the Symfony Console component and Pimple dependency injection container. It provides a step-by-step guide on structuring the code, defining services, configuring parameters and wiring everything together to create a executable console app.
Integrating Twig.js and BazingaJsTranslationBundle
Symfony security: authentication made simple (well, maybe!)
This post collects resources and provides a graph to understand how Symfony authentication works behind the scenes, from the initial request to the final authenticated token. It clarifies the relationships between key classes like firewall, authentication provider and authentication listener.
Writing a new Extractor for PHPoAuthUserData
This post explains how to add support for Instagram to the PHPoAuthUserData library by writing a dedicated extractor class. It illustrates the concepts of loaders, normalizers and mapping to extract user profile data from the Instagram API.
New PHP library: PHPoAuthUserData
The PHPoAuthUserData library provides a simple interface to extract common user data like name, username, ID from various OAuth providers. It builds on top of PHPoAuthLib.
Backup your server with Dropbox
This post explains how to install Dropbox command line client on a Linux server, create a dedicated user and setup it as a service to have automated backups on Dropbox cloud.
A web developer fascinated by the web since childhood discusses the motivation behind starting a blog - to share thoughts on web development trends and experiments in a personal space.