Recently, Justin delved into CMS development, specifically Expression Engine (EE) development, after being predominantly a Laravel developer for the past few years. He liked some things about EE and disliked others, but can see where a tool such as EE can be leveraged to build very customizable Web sites, and even Web applications that non-developers are able to configure and maintain.
Engine Yard, best known as a Ruby on Rails infrastructure vendor, is moving into the PHP space by sponsoring the Lithium PHP Framework.
WideImage is an object-oriented library for image manipulation that provides a simple way of loading, manipulating and saving images in the most common image formats.
Zend introduces new IDE, Server and cloud gateway products in an effort to enable developers to go from client to cloud.
Nowadays, Web applications are not simply displaying data, they are also integrating with other applications and combining the information and functionalities. A common way to enable easy communication between different applications is the REST API. Let’s see how to achieve that with the Symfony 3 PHP framework.