Blog posts in category “PHP”
Oh yeah, I have PHP blog posts.
Apr 1st, 2020Testing lifehack: testlab repositories
Sometimes it's hard to set up tests in a legacy project so I built testlab repositories so I can do TDD when I develop new functionality.
Feb 7th, 2019PHP needs its own ES6
Jun 13th, 2018My love-hate relationship with PHP Arrays
I’ve been programming PHP for most of my life, almost 20 years now. While PHP has many downsides, horrible history, and terrible reputation, it has improved a lot with PHP 7 and modern frameworks like Laravel that make it really enjoyable to develop.
Apr 28th, 2015What's with all these sorts, PHP?
A few days back I was ranting to my friends about PHP arrays. I’m not as much of a PHP hater as many but there’s still some things that really bug me. Everything to do with arrays is one of them. Let’s have a look. I use the phrase normal array to mean a non-associative array (like Python’s list or Java’s array).