symfony

Working With Templates in Symfony 2

By Andrew Perkins Today, let’s learn about Symfony 2’s Twig Templates. With Twig, you can seamlessly and painlessly integrate your PHP and HTML together, giving you a very clean looking presentation of your view code, without all the clutter of PHP tags, an overabundance of parenthesis, or semicolons. Instead, we have a simple and elegant […]

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Working With Controllers in Symfony 2

By Andrew Perkins Today we’ll take a quick look at controllers from within Symfony 2. The easiest way to get started learning, is to just dive right in, see some code examples and I’ll explain everything as we proceed. If you’re ready to begin, you can press play on the video below: I hope this […]

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Working With Intl

By Raymond Camden Internationalization – something you constantly hear developers talking about but rarely actually see people using in practice – is getting a kick in the pants with the new ECMAScript Internationalization API. Currently supported in Chrome 24, Chrome for Android, Firefox 29, IE 11, and Opera 15 (sadly no Safari support), the new […]

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Getting Started With Phpspec

By Peter Suhm In this short, yet comprehensive, tutorial, we’ll have a look at behavior driven development (BDD) with phpspec. Mostly, it will be an introduction to the phpspec tool, but as we go, we’ll touch on different BDD concepts. BDD is a hot topic these days and phpspec has gained a lot of attention […]

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Don’t Forget to Cover Your Client Side!

By Jonathan Creamer By making sure that your application is tested, you are able to reduce the amount of bugs you find in your code, increase the maintainability of your application, and design well structured code. Client side unit testing presents different challenges than server side testing. When dealing with client side code, you will […]

Kendo-UI

Adding Application Notifications With Kendo UI Core

By Rey Bango Ensuring that end-users have as much information as possible, is the goal of most developers. Over the years, we’ve constantly evolved the way we help users understand events that occur, these include: Presenting a completely new page with bright red lettered messages Popping up JavaScript-based alert dialogs Adding inline error messages to […]

gulp

Gulp as a Development Web Server

By Johannes Schickling The task runner Gulp.js is getting more and more popular lately. It can be used for many things, like concatenating JavaScript files or minifying images. If you are new to Gulp.js, I recommend you to start off with Managing Your Build Tasks With Gulp.js. In this tutorial, you will learn how to […]