This post shows how to configure PHP 7.4 (or PHP 7.x, in general) php.ini to enable the PostgreSQL driver, which comes in handy when I need to work on a
Yesterday, I wrote about how to enable PostgreSQL drive in PHP 7.4. Today, I noticed Laravel 8 is already available. So, I have decided to migrate to Laravel 8 from
[wp_ad_camp_1] After reading a blog post from thinkingpinoy.net about the unexplained hashcode mismatched of data files uploaded to COMELEC’s Transparency Server, I kept on thinking the other possible reasons to
Background Composer is a dependency manager for PHP. It makes your life easy. If you are a Java developer and have used Apache Maven, you’ll find Composer a familiar tool.
This article demonstrates how constructors work in PHP. It will also touch on destructors just briefly. If you’re a Java programmer who has somehow become bored with anything Java and wanted to explore PHP, the first thing you need to realize is OOP in PHP is slightly different. Take for instance, constructors.
Background [wp_ad_camp_1] There are times you need to refer to a class by a string representing its fully qualified class name. For example in Laravel 4.2, you may specify a
Background [wp_ad_camp_5] If you’re creating an application from ground up, you may already have coded or even designed the core components to check for and avoid non-traversable parameters in some
Background [wp_ad_camp_5] Most of the PHP Frameworks I worked on or experimented with have their own ways of caching things to reduce calls to other systems (e.g., RDBMS) or interfaces
With XML Parser, you use callback functions to deal with specific events such as when the start or end of an XML element is encountered. These functions are registered using API functions made available for the XML Parser extension and are triggered or executed when a specific event is encountered. Also, you can only read XML with this extension.
Background With XML Parser, you use can only read XML. To write and otherwise manipulate an XML document, you can use PHP DOM Extension. DOM stands for Document Object Model