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Laracasts.com - Laravel 4 Screencast Archive
April 17, 2013 @ 11:50:59

A new resource has popped up for those wanting to get even more information about the Laravel PHP framework - the Laracasts.com site. The site is devoted to providing a consolidated listing of Laravel screencasts across the web.

[This site is a] compilation of screencasts from Youtube and Vimeo. Let's learn Laravel together!

There's already a good number of screencasts posted to the site from folks like Taylor Otwell (author of the framework), Jeffrey Way (NetTuts) as well as several recordings of talks from various conferences about the framework. If you have a screencast that's not linked on the site, you can submit the information for review and inclusion.

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Link: http://laracasts.com

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Vimeo API - OAuth and Upload Example
July 16, 2012 @ 12:03:11

On the Script-Tutorials.com site there's a new tutorial showing how to use the Vimeo API to upload your content to their service:

Today I would like to continue talking about video. Last time we talked about Youtube, but today I decided to select Vimeo. [...] Our second example - Vimeo. In our new tutorial I will tell you how you can create Vimeo cross-uploader for your website. To achieve our idea we will use Vimeo Upload API. In the beginning, we should register at Vimeo here.

The full code for the upload script, the HTML for the frontend for it and the CSS to give it a little bit of style. You can see a demo of it here or just download the source.

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UNA Editor Screencast - PHP integration
June 27, 2008 @ 12:07:45

John De Goes (of N-Brain) let us know about a screencast he's posted on Vimeo of how he's set up the UNA Editor (Personal Edition - now free!) to work with PHP.

UNA Personal Edition includes full support for standard features of source code editors, such as syntax highlighting, auto-complete, regular expression search and replace, and external tool integration. [...] UNA Personal Edition allows developers to edit, compile, test, and execute files in any and all languages, and is a nice complement to heavyweight IDEs such as Eclipse and IntelliJ Idea.

The screencast lasts about five minutes and shows the creation of a new PHP project, how to set up a "launcher" to access the PHP online documentation right in the browser, use the built-in syntax checker PHP has (lint) and execute the current file.

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