Updated php-mf2 with improved handling of children keys, updated the demo to output JSON and time taken;
#symfony2 Security component is a beast. Once I’ve got it sorted, there’s a BIG tutorial on it’s way. The symfony components have taught me a huge amount, so improving their documentation the least I can do.
Tom Morris just tried it, and I can hack offline, with inline docs and code completion for both language functions, imported packages and my own classes. PHP+Netbeans.
Just put in a few solid hours working on https://github.com/indieweb/php-mf2/ — it’s now at v0.1.6 and has preliminary support for the microformats-2 canonical JSON representation. As always it is installable via composer via
Wow, PHP 5.4 delivers on it’s promise of improved performance. I’m seeing <1/2 the memory usage of 5.3.8
I decided to use Monolog for logging in #php, and I haven’t been disappointed. The ability to log PHP to Chrome is nice too.
Anyone know a good way of integration testing how a web app communicates with twitter? I want to make my testing better so I can test syndication, but I’m not entirely sure how to go about it.
As always, the classes are available on Packagist: https://packagist.org/packages/activitystreams/activitystreams #php
I’m making a set of PHP5 classes to represent activitystrea.ms data in applications: https://github.com/barnabywalters/php-activitystreams #indieweb
If you’re a PHP dev and you haven’t heard of Composer yet, IMO you’re doing it wrong!
Composer is a great tool. I finally replaced a load of my hacked-together libraries with proper Symfony and Zend ones.
I was going to implement activitypingback.org this afternoon but got carried away adding docblocks to my code.
Wow, never thought I'd write “docblocks” and “carried away” in the same sentence :/
Now if only phpDocumentor could run my tests and display testing information as well. I would live in localhost/docs!
Oh man, PHPDocumentor produces awesome results http://phpdoc.org/