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Laravel News:
Navigating a New Laravel Codebase
Mar 07, 2018 @ 11:57:50

For those out there that are new to using the Laravel framework and are a bit lost in trying to figure out its structure, Laravel News has just the article for you. In this new tutorial they give you an overview of the Laravel codebase and how you should structure your applications to keep everything organized.

Getting started in a new codebase can be very overwhelming, even more so if you are new to programming. So where do you start? Where are the places to look to learn the most about a codebase? Let’s take a look at few common areas for Laravel.

They start by talking about project documentation and how it can play a vital role in the on-boarding of developers new to the application. From there the post goes on to talk about the composer.json configuration, route configurations, service providers, tests and some additional tooling. For each item there's a paragraph or two explaining its place in a Laravel application and, in some cases, links to other resources for more information.

tagged: laravel codebase navigate documentation composer serviceprovider test tool route

Link: https://laravel-news.com/navigating-a-new-laravel-codebase

International PHP Magazine:
Poll Question: Features a PHP Editor Should Possess
Oct 11, 2006 @ 16:09:00

The International PHP Magazine has posted the results of their latest poll (which features a PHP editor should have) on their site today.

Options included checking PHP syntax with one click, having a complete PHP reference inside, and bookmarking for easy code navigation. The one that was at the top, though, was the need to make finding classes and functions in documents quick and easy (with a resounding 46.9 percent). The runner up was down at 18.8 percent - "Navigate to errors in your code code automatically".

Be sure to check out this week's poll question too. They want to know which of the following is the category of PHP that most interests you:

  • General PHP
  • PHP & Business / Integration
  • PHP & Databases
  • PHP Design
  • PHP Extensions
  • PHP & XML
  • PHP-GTK
  • PHP Security
Go head on over and cast your vote today!

tagged: poll question editor features navigate error interest poll question editor features navigate error interest

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International PHP Magazine:
Poll Question: Features a PHP Editor Should Possess
Oct 11, 2006 @ 16:09:00

The International PHP Magazine has posted the results of their latest poll (which features a PHP editor should have) on their site today.

Options included checking PHP syntax with one click, having a complete PHP reference inside, and bookmarking for easy code navigation. The one that was at the top, though, was the need to make finding classes and functions in documents quick and easy (with a resounding 46.9 percent). The runner up was down at 18.8 percent - "Navigate to errors in your code code automatically".

Be sure to check out this week's poll question too. They want to know which of the following is the category of PHP that most interests you:

  • General PHP
  • PHP & Business / Integration
  • PHP & Databases
  • PHP Design
  • PHP Extensions
  • PHP & XML
  • PHP-GTK
  • PHP Security
Go head on over and cast your vote today!

tagged: poll question editor features navigate error interest poll question editor features navigate error interest

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DevShed:
Uploading Files and Navigating Directories in PHP
Aug 30, 2006 @ 10:36:15

Continuing on in their latest series (begun with this part), DevShed has posted part two of their look at working with files in PHP - "Uploading Files and Navigating Directories in PHP".

They jump right in, giving you the needed settings for your php.ini file to get the examples to work (mainly for the file uploads). They explain what a file upload form looks like and what some of the potential error codes could be.

The code comes next, showing a simple file upload form taking in the file, moving it off to another directory, and if there are errors, displaying them. The next obvious step up from a single file upload is the multiple file upload, and they show how to use PHP's form handling of arrays to accomplish this.

Finally, they include a simple little script to read the directory the files are in and display the information about them (like size file, name, and modified date).

tagged: file upload navigate directory information multiupload file upload navigate directory information multiupload

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DevShed:
Uploading Files and Navigating Directories in PHP
Aug 30, 2006 @ 10:36:15

Continuing on in their latest series (begun with this part), DevShed has posted part two of their look at working with files in PHP - "Uploading Files and Navigating Directories in PHP".

They jump right in, giving you the needed settings for your php.ini file to get the examples to work (mainly for the file uploads). They explain what a file upload form looks like and what some of the potential error codes could be.

The code comes next, showing a simple file upload form taking in the file, moving it off to another directory, and if there are errors, displaying them. The next obvious step up from a single file upload is the multiple file upload, and they show how to use PHP's form handling of arrays to accomplish this.

Finally, they include a simple little script to read the directory the files are in and display the information about them (like size file, name, and modified date).

tagged: file upload navigate directory information multiupload file upload navigate directory information multiupload

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