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1. How to Implement a PHP Lawyer System to Help Legal Business Professionals

Updated on: 2022-03-25

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Blog: Diadoc PHP Legal Services API package blog
Package: Diadoc PHP Legal Services API

Many businesses need to manage documents that describe activities that involve multiple people or companies, like, for instance, legally valid invoices, contracts, etc.

This package provides an API that simplifies operations to legal documents necessary to operate businesses using the Diadoc platform.


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1084. 10 Pieces of PHP Developer Advice in 2022: Advice #8: How Can You Find Compatible Partners to Collaborate on Your Business of PHP Products or Services - 6 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 90 Part 8

Updated on: 2022-03-24

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Many developers want to become business owners and sell their products or services. Some try to collaborate with partners to split the work and move on faster.

Sometimes they fight with the partner and split. This situation happens because they are not compatible with their chosen partners.

There is a means to determine if you are compatible with other people before you even start talking with other people to become a partner.

Read this article, watch a 6-minute podcast video, or listen to part 8 of episode 90 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to determine if another person is compatible with you to collaborate in a successful business.


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1083. Call for Questions About When It Is the Right Time to Upgrade to a New PHP Version

Updated on: 2022-03-23

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The main topic of the next episode of the Lately in PHP podcast that we will record will be to advise PHP developers to decide when it is the right time to upgrade to a newer PHP version to benefit from the improvements of new versions.

We want to go in-depth about this topic. So we are calling for developers who want to put additional questions that you may have related to upgrading PHP or any other software tool that you use.

Read this short article to learn how to submit additional questions, add your comments, participate in the recording of the podcast episode, or suggest new topics for future episodes of the podcast.



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1. How to Learn About Object Relational Mapping from a Practical PHP Doctrine Tutorial with an Example

Updated on: 2022-03-22

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Blog: Doctrine PHP ORM Example package blog
Package: Doctrine PHP ORM Example

Doctrine is a popular PHP project that helps developers to implement object-relational mapping actions in a PHP project.

These actions include storing and retrieving database table records using values set in PHP entity class objects.

This package shows how to use PHP Doctrine in practice in an example PHP application.


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1. How to Process a PHP AJAX Response to a Request Passed as PSR-7 Compliant Messages

Updated on: 2022-03-21

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Blog: PHP AJAX Response Router package blog
Package: PHP AJAX Response Router

PSR-7 is a PHP standard recommendation for creating PHP classes that can encapsulate the details of an HTTP request and an HTTP response.

This package implements the PSR-7 recommendation to simplify the processing of HTTP requests of AJAX and other types of PHP Web applications.

Application developers only need to specify callback functions or class methods ready to process PSR-7 compliant requests and response objects to implement their PHP applications.


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1. How to Learn Using a Laravel Livewire from a Laravel CRUD Example

Updated on: 2022-03-18

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Blog: Laravel Livewire CRUD package blog
Package: Laravel Livewire CRUD

Livewire is a package built on top of the Laravel framework to simplify further a developer's work that needs to develop applications with dynamic interfaces.

Applications based on Livewire require that developers write less code than traditional Web applications or applications based just on Laravel.

This package demonstrates how to implement a simple CRUD application using Laravel Livewire. This way, other developers can learn faster from this practical example.


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1082. 10 Pieces of PHP Developer Advice in 2022: Advice #7: How Can You Make Money Selling Better Versions of Your Open Source Software - 6 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 90 Part 7

Updated on: 2022-03-17

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Becoming a successful owner of a software company is the advice given in this podcast episode.

Many developers are employees or contractors who work for companies of other people that are business owners.

An employee works for one customer that is his employer's company.

A contractor may work for several customer companies.

A business owner may have much more customers. Therefore, the business owner can make much more money than an employee or a contractor.

Read this article, watch a 6-minute podcast video, or listen to part 7 of episode 90 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to make more money by becoming an Open Source software business owner.


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1. How to Learn the Test Driven Development Approach from a Real PHP TDD Example

Updated on: 2022-03-16

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Blog: PHP TDD Tutorial Bug Report Application package blog
Package: PHP TDD Tutorial Bug Report Application

Test-Driven Design (TDD) is an approach to building software applications that create test code that will test the application code immediately after the developers write the application code.

This approach makes it easier to create applications that developers can verify if they comply with a given specification.

This package implements a sample application that demonstrates how to create a PHP application using the TDD approach.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Tree View Database Solution to Display Tree Structures Stored in MySQL using Google Charts API

Updated on: 2022-03-15

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Blog: PHP MySQL Hierarchical Tree package blog
Package: PHP MySQL Hierarchical Tree

Hierarchies represent relations between people or other types of related entities. The hierarchy structure determines which entities are in command of other entities.

Hierarchies can be stored in databases using table records that express what entities are below or above in the hierarchy tree.

This class can retrieve a hierarchy tree structure from a MySQL database table to easily visualize the Google Charts API.


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1. How Can PHP Compress HTML Pages to Serve at the Maximum Speed Combining Content with Response Compression

Updated on: 2022-03-13

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Blog: PHP Compress JSON, HTML and Text Output package blog
Package: PHP Compress JSON, HTML and Text Output

The HTTP protocol allows compressing the responses to HTTP requests using several algorithms like gzip.

This possibility can make the Web servers respond faster to HTTP requests by reducing the amount transferred to the Web browser, especially when the response is in text formats like HTML, JSON, or plain text.

This package takes advantage of this possibility to reduce the size of HTTP responses generated by PHP scripts.

The package can compress the response data even more when the output format is HTML because it also compresses HTML by eliminating unnecessary parts, like comments, spaces, and line breaks.


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