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Zend Framework 3—Available Now

One of the most popular PHP frameworks available, Zend recently released Zend Framework 3. The culmination of a year and half’s work, let’s take a quick look at some of the updates this new version has to offer. Improvements Here are a few of the notable...

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Book Review: Python Projects for Kids

I get asked by publishers to review books from time to time. Last month, Packt asked me if I’d be willing to review their book, Python Projects for Kids by Jessica Ingrassellino. Frankly, I tend to avoid beginning Python books now because they tend to...

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The PHP Community Is Who I Say It Is

Dear Reader, Yes, you read that correctly, the PHP Community is what and who I say it is. It is composed of the people that I say are members, and I also choose who the leaders are. Here’s the thing, though, when I say “PHP...

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PyDev of the Week: Barry Warsaw

This week we welcome Barry Warsaw (@pumpichank) as our PyDev of the Week! Barry works on the Ubuntu operating system for Canonical and he’s the project leader for GNU Mailman. He also used to be the lead maintainer for the Jython project. If you have...

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Time Zone Calculator

In this post, we will try to create a time zone calculator. We will be calculating time zones in two ways: Using normal jQuery functions Using the Google API We will be using Visual Studio as our IDE. For the jQuery implementation, we will be...

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Data Wrangling With Angular 2 and DreamFactory

A few days ago, I posted about using angular2-auth-component for managing logins with Angular 2 and Dreamfactory. Now we’re going to focus on the new angular2-data-component, which handles data. Background The data service in DreamFactory allows you to manage your SQL and non-SQL data services....

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Grails Goodness: Pass JSON Configuration Via Command Line

We can use the environment variable SPRING_APPLICATION_JSON with a JSON value as configuration source for our Grails 3 application. The JSON value is parsed and merged with the configuration. Instead of the environment variable we can also use the Java system property spring.application.json. Let’s create...

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What Developers Can Learn From the Past

I was asked, amongst many others, “what can developers learn from the past” by .net magazine some months ago. Alas, my response was way, way over budget, so I’ve posted it here in it complete form. DRY: Don’t repeat yourself. But I don’t mean DRY...

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