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7PHP.com:
PHP Interview With Vito Chin Lead Maintainer Of Gmagick Extension For PHP
June 10, 2013 @ 13:50:28

On 7PHP.com there's a new community interview posted - this time with Vito Chin, the maintainer of the Gmagick extension for PHP.

In this edition I talked with Vito Chin who is a multi-talented, cool geek; @vitoc has a first class honors degree in Software Engineering, is a co-founder of lentor.io, is the lead maintainer of the Gmagick extension for PHP and is the co-author of the PHP book "PHP Development in the Cloud by Ivo Jansch and Vito Chin" - (btw Rafael Dohms, our Brazilian PHP Ronaldo made a review of that book here). I invite you to learn from Vito's PHP and programming experience..

In the interview they talk about things like Vito's experience, how he got started with PHP and his advice to those wanting to become better developers. There's also a section talking in more detail about performance and how important it is to a project.

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Link: http://7php.com/php-interview-vito-chin

Mikko Koppanen's Blog:
Imagick and Gmagick builds available for Windows
September 22, 2009 @ 11:26:27

Mikko Koppanen has a quick post about the latest Windows binary releases of two graphics packages for use with PHP 5.3 - Imagick and Gmagick.

The new Windows build page http://valokuva.org/magick/ contains builds for both Imagick and Gmagick. All builds are done using VC9 and PHP 5.3. ImageMagick builds are QuantumDepth 16 (default). GraphicsMagick builds are QuantumDepth 8 (default).

You can find these latest builds on the Windows PHP.net site along with the latest PHP 5.3 builds.

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Vito Chin's Blog:
The Gmagick Extension
May 18, 2009 @ 11:51:22

Vito Chin has announced the release of a new image manipulation extension that was ported from Imagick - Gmagick.

The extension seeks to make the image processing capability of GraphicsMagick accessible from PHP. GraphicsMagick is forked from version 5.5.2 of ImageMagick and had since developed with important differences and improvements. [...] In terms of Gmagick and Imagick, we try to keep the method interface similar so existing Imagick users will find converting to Gmagick a breeze.

You can grab the extension from its PECL page.

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