Posted tagged ‘cakephp’

Links for 2010-11-08

8. November 2010

TecChannel had a (German) article about one of my favorite tools: Launchy – a program for starting applications or opening web pages …

 

If you are a PHP programmer and interested in CakePHP, CakeFest was a conference for you. Not attended? There are slides online:

And according to Entwickler.COM the conference should be held in 2011 too…

 

If you are a Java programmer unit tests are a standard. Therefore mocking is also a discipline you know. If you are interested in the mock library Mockito, the DZone article „5 minute Mockito“ is worth reading.

 

 

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Links for 2009-08-05

5. August 2009

CatsWhoCode lists 15 regexps for PHP developers:

  1. Validate domain name
  2. Enlight a word from a text
  3. Enlight search results in your WordPress blog
  4. Get all images from a HTML document
  5. Remove repeated words (case insensitive)
  6. Remove repeated punctuation
  7. Matching a XML/HTML tag
  8. Matching an XHTML/XML tag with a certain attribute value
  9. Matching hexadecimal color values
  10. Find page title
  11. Parsing Apache logs
  12. Replacing double quotes by smart qutotes
  13. Checking password complexity
  14. WordPress: Using regexp to retrieve images from post
  15. Generating automatic smileys

On 4.September there is a Symfony Day in Cologne, Germany. This one day conference about the PHP framework will be helt in English.

Joel Reyes from NoUpe wrote about PHP frameworks. After in introduction he compares

Stefan Priebsch publishes his slides from his webinar „Migration to PHP 5.3“.

Microsoft publishes an eBook about virtualization for free. The title „Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions“.

Links for 2009-05-29

29. Mai 2009

There is a new Windows 7 Blog by Microsoft MVPs

On DrBacchus is also a short article about the PHP MVC framework CakePHP. And a list of top-10 php frameworks on mustap.com

On MSDN there is a five part webcast series about programming with the task parallel library which will be part of Visual Studio 2010.

In his blog Jason Zander shows the highlights of VS 2010 and .NET 4.0.

Microsoft publishes a free tool for developing secure software.

JBoss 5.1 is out.

On Windowsblog@TheShop.at is a compatibility list of programs on Windows 7.

If you need an additional automat in your office (very nice for lunch) have a look at this video.