In this episode, we dive into the October 2017 issue and how to use Composer to build a modern PHP application. Do you have a thought on the topics covered? Do you use queues obsessivley, or not? Let us know with a comment below.
- Eric and John discuss October’s articles and what they learned about new ways to use Composer, building software that lasts, machine learning, and more.
- Oscar Merida opines about frameworks versus “plain” PHP and re-inventing wheels.
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Jake and Michael talk about a great number of new things from the Vue camp, talk a bit about handling form validation, changes in the Laravel framework, and rapid-fire through some community links.
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Recorded October 18, 2017
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