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Adam Trachtenberg's Blog:
PHP Trivia Contest DOM + Default Namespaces
September 27, 2006 @ 07:25:00

Alright power PHP users out there, Adam Trachtenburg has a little quiz for you to see how much you know about working with the DOM in PHP.

Here's a question based on a recent PHP bug report which shows why DOM is fun. [...] But how do you retrieve it (the namespace URI of the root node) using DOMElement::GetAttributeNS()? What are the two magical input parameters to coax that value out?

The code is simple, but it's an interesting problem - anyone have any answers?

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Jonnay's Blog:
REST and URI Names
April 27, 2006 @ 06:53:22

On his blog, Jannay briefly shares some of REST and PHP after reading an older post on the SitePoint PHP blog.

I've been reading this blog over at sitepoint about Who Gets Rest by PHP heavy Harry Fuecks. It is a fairly link-heavy top level view of what REST is.

Its nice to see more the PHP guys get into REST, as far as PHP guys go, Harry is pretty Heavy. What harry has to say about URI naming schemes (especially in the comment section) really helped to gel a very important part of REST for me.

He comments that Harry's ideas about seperation of "tools" from the resources they work with is a very appealing idea, and one that would allow much more flexibility in PHP applications.

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