The week Eric, John, and Thomas discuss
The guys talk about Phillip’s perspective on Magento 2.3. PLUS: hosted PWA PaaS? Is that even possible? PLUS: the Return of Joe Constant!
The week Eric and Thomas discuss
- Malware vector: become an admin on dormant, widely-used open source projects
- DiegoDev acquires Mission Control
- DJ Khaled, Floyd Mayweather Jr. charged for cryptocurrency fraud - CNN
- Microsoft wins $480M military contract to outfit soldiers with HoloLens AR tech
- New for AWS Lambda – Use Any Programming Language and Share Common Components | AWS News Blog
- Symfony leaves PHP-FIG, the framework interoperability group | Packt Hub
- php[architect] | The site for PHP professionals, Magazine, Training, Books, Conferences
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.
Sponsored by Honeybadger.
- Interview: Neo Ighodaro, co-founder of Laravel Nigeria and CTO at hotels.ng
- Prosper Otemuyiwa
- PHP semantic versioning helper
- Happy Thanksgiving 2018
- Abusing Laravel for Fun & Profit by David Hemphill
- Global application settings
- Speeding up PHP with OPcache in Docker
- Laravel 5.7.14 released
- Laravel 5.7.15 released
- Superior email protection for WordPress by Till Krüss
- 2018 Laravel survey results
- Queue wait time notifications with Nexmo and Laravel Horizon
- Introducing laravel-websockets, an easy to use WebSocket server implemented in PHP
- BotMan: The PHP framework for chatbot development by Marcel Pociot
- Oh Dear! by Freek Van der Herten
In this weeks episode we are lucky to have Matthias Noback on the show to discuss software architecture design. We start off the show by highlighting why we should invest time in the architecture of our software, and what is meant by ‘layers’ of an application. This leads us to discuss what Hexagonal Architecture (Ports and Adapters) actually is, Infrastructure vs. Core (Domain, Application) and the Dependency Inversion Principle. From here we mention the different responsibilities Ports and Adapters have, the different forms of testing you can do within this architecture and Use-cases/Command Buses. Finally, we touch upon the new book ‘Style Guide for Object Design’, which Matthias is currently in the process of writing.
- Matthias Noback’s Blog
- Matthias Noback on Twitter
- Hexagonal Architecture - training by Matthias Noback
- Layers, ports & adapters - Part 1, Foreword
- Layers, ports & adapters - Part 2, Layers
- Layers, ports & adapters - Part 3, Ports & Adapters
- A wave of command buses
- Exceptions and talking back to the user
- sensiolabs-de/deptrac - Keep your architecture clean
- The Clean Architecture
- The Onion Architecture
- Style Guide for Object Design - Leanpub
What does a well-written mission statement look like? What is the purpose of an organization? How do you define your purpose? These are all questions we take a look at when reviewing what the new Magento Association is all about. Listen now!