Tag: PHP

Introduction to the PHAR format

In the last years there is a trend in the PHP community to release tools, especially command line utilities, as PHAR files, so you can package an entire PHP application into a single file for convenience. But, how PHAR files work? In this post we will try to explain it. What are PHAR files PHAR […]

July 30 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP
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Useful Linux command-line tools to work with PHP projects

Linux provides a lot of interesting command-line tools that we can use when working with PHP projects. In this post we give you some useful commands: Find all PHP files in the current directory Obviously, we can use the same command to get another types of files, such as TWIG or JSON files: Check the […]

April 23 / 2015

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Melody: One-file PHP scripts with Composer dependencies

Melody is a really handy open-source tool to create one-file PHP scripts with Composer dependencies. Installation As Melody is just a PHAR file, we only need to download it and include it in one of the directories included in our PATH environment variable, for example at /usr/local/bin/: Then, if we execute “melody”, we should see […]

April 15 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Tutorials
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New Symfony installer: the fastest way to start your Symfony project

Yesterday, the Symfony team introduced the new Symfony installer. Its main goal is to help developers to create Symfony projects faster. Until now, installing Symfony to start a new project required a few steps: Download the code (zip file, git clone, etc.) Install vendors with “composer install” Tweak configuration settings The installer tries to do […]

March 27 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Symfony, Tutorials
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Security tools for PHP projects

Security is getting more and more important, and the PHP community has been doing great improvements in this topic during the last few years. From better configuration settings to provide some level of security by default to frameworks providing functionality to avoid common attacks such as XSS, CSRF or SQL injection. There are dozens of […]

March 23 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP
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