Useful Doctrine 2 Console Commands

Doctrine 2’s console is really powerful when you know how to use it. You can generate entity classes and their method stubs, reverse-engineer a database, validate your entity schemas, and much more. In this post, I’m going to cover some of the Doctrine console’s more useful commands and explain how you can use them to reduce development time.

HOW TO BOOTSTRAP PHP CODE

Bootstrap means to load a small program that eventually calls the desired program into the computer, similar to an operating system being called by a BIOS program. The word bootstrap also has different meaning in different fields like science, medical, etc. With regards to computer technology, “bootstrap PHP code” means creating a bootstrapper that handles all the dynamic requests coming to a server and apply the true MVC (Model View Component) framework so that in future you can change the functionality for each unique component or application without changing the entire code or application.

Various uses of PHP cURL

cURL function is effective when you want to have taken a variety of information and access to the outside of the site in php. <br /> To take the information in the HTTP request, there is also a function called file_get_contents. You can easily get the HTML by as follows, however, such as changing the request header, to customize the request method has limitations, cURL is useful if you want to such a customized is. However, since the hard time when you use less firm information, and fold in various ways.

An Introduction to Gulp.js

You’ve probably heard about Grunt. Grunt is a Node.js-based task runner. Gulp is the new kid on the block: it’s a task runner which uses Node.js. Grunt and Gulp do exactly the same thing. Grunt has been around longer and you’ll find far more help, plug-ins and resources. It’s a great project — if you’re successfully using it now, there’s little reason to switch.

Using cURL for Remote Requests

If you’re a Linux user then you’ve probably used cURL. It’s a powerful tool used for everything from sending email to downloading the latest My Little Pony subtitles. In this article I’ll explain how to use the cURL extension in PHP. The extension offers us the functionality as the console utility in the comfortable world of PHP. I’ll discuss sending GET and POST requests, handling login cookies, and FTP functionality.

A successful Git branching model

In this post I present the development model that I’ve introduced for some of my projects (both at work and private) about a year ago, and which has turned out to be very successful. I’ve been meaning to write about it for a while now, but I’ve never really found the time to do so thoroughly, until now. I won’t talk about any of the projects’ details, merely about the branching strategy and release management.