tag: php

PSR-6 and PSR-16 in Netgen Stack

PSR-6 and PSR-16 in Netgen Stack

Borna Matijanić , Mario Blažek

There is no web or web app today that is not utilizing some sort of caching. This makes caching libraries ubiquitous, which means that every framework has its own caching library. PHP FIG folks jumped into that and formed PSR-6 and PSR-16. Let’s check these caching standards more in detail.

Using HTTP client abstraction in eZ Platform

Using HTTP client abstraction in eZ Platform

Mario Blažek

With the appearance of the PSR-7 standard, PHP language received the first standardised way of interacting with HTTP messages and URIs. Symfony supported it through the PSR-7 Bridge. That triggered the appearance of some other standards like PSR-18, which we will discuss in this blog post.

Meet us in the upcoming months

Meet us in the upcoming months

We've done some pretty cool stuff lately so it's time to share our latest developments with you in the following months. 

Modern Error handling in PHP

Modern Error handling in PHP

Mario Blažek

The idea of this blog post is to introduce modern capabilities of PHP exception handling to readers. 

Web Summer Camp 2019 – another summer adventure is behind us

Web Summer Camp 2019 – another summer adventure is behind us

Katarina Barišić

With the first days of September, it’s time to look back and check how the 8th Web Summer Camp went.

Creating and consuming eZ Platform policies

Creating and consuming eZ Platform policies

Mario Blažek

Let’s go through the process of creating simple custom policies and use them in our code to check for permissions.

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