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  1. The Demise of the Mildly Dynamic Website

    Nice overview the history of making websites. I like “jamming” to describe the casual way of putting together old PHP websites. (via Adactio)

  2. Just Another Blog: CSV Parser for PHP

    The PHP code in this 11-year-old Blogspot post succeeded in reading a CSV file where PHP’s built-in method failed. Web development, eh.

  3. How To Deploy Multiple PHP Applications using Ansible on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean

    A rare example of deploying multiple sites to one server with Ansible.

  4. Wikitten

    Simple PHP-based wiki, uses Markdown or HTML syntax, has syntax highlighting for code blocks. (via @benbrown)

  5. Gemnasium

    “Parses your project’s dependencies and notifies you when new versions are released or they need to be updated.” For python, ruby, node, php, etc. (via @dracos)

  6. fivefilters / php-readability — Bitbucket

    “A PHP port of Arc90’s original Javascript version of Readability.”

  7. Laravel

    I learned from Quora that CodeIgniter is pretty dead and Laravel is a well-regarded, more modern, PHP framework.

  8. PHP: The Right Way

    I was trying to get up to speed with current best PHP practices after some years away and this seems like a very good summary. (via @dracos)

  9. Composer

    Dependency manager for PHP. I’m out of touch with PHP and hadn’t heard of this.

  10. PHP: a fractal of bad design - fuzzy notepad

    This is all true, and so it would be good to read something about why PHP has been *so* popular despite being so bad. (via Paul Mison)

  11. Scripting Languages: PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby - Hyperpolyglot

    Handy comparison of features of Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby, for when my brain has trouble switching. (via Kottke)

  12. DataMapper ORM - User Guide

    There seem to be several past versions of this; I think this is the current one. Looks like just what I needed to fill the gaps in CodeIgniter that always left me frustrated with it.

  13. PHP mcrypt in Snow Leopard with Homebrew

    I’m increasingly finding descriptions of how to do this kind of vaguely impenetrable techy thing which Just Work. Lovely.

  14. Tank Auth authentication library for CodeIgniter

    It’s been a while since I looked at CodeIgniter. Still no really obvious winner to the “how do I just authenticate people dammit?” question, but this looks like a front-runner.

  15. ThinkUp: Social Media Insights Engine

    Looks fascinating - a PHP/MySQL project you can install which then grabs your Twitter and Facebook network info and processes and graphs it al. (via Preoccupations)

  16. Kohana: The Swift PHP Framework

    I hadn’t even heard of this before, a PHP framework that originally came from CodeIgniter, now quite different. Sounds good, although the docs don’t look as good as CI’s.

  17. Perch - A really little content management system (CMS)

    I’ll forget what this is called if I need to find it again. Sounds like it could be handy, and a shiny blue and pink site always makes things seem even nicer. (via Mildlydiverting)

  18. HTML Purifier - Filter your HTML the standards-compliant way!

    PHP library for whitelisting certain HTML, protecting against XSS, etc. (via @simonw)

  19. Setting Up Twitter Bots with OAuth | maSnun’s logs

    Least baffling description I’ve read. Phew. (via Infovore)

  20. The return of Expect: 100-continue « gnegg

    I was sending data via a big POST request using PHP’s curl and getting nothing back. I had to do this to fix it. (Wake up at the back!)

  21. Flogr - Project Hosting on Google Code

    Looks like a nice way to make a portfolio site from your photos stored on Flickr. Example: (via Infovore)

  22. Stacey, Simplified portfolios

    “Stacey is an easier way to create a portfolio site. No database setup or installation files, simply drop the application on a server and it runs. Your content is managed by creating folders and editing text files.” Looks lovely. (via Infovore)

  23. Facebook Connect CodeIgniter Library « Elliot Haughin

    That photo does not endear me to the chap but this is still quite handy if you’re after that kind of thing.

  24. Ajax with Codeigniter | Setting Up Jquery | Tools for Ajax | Web Lee

    I usually like reading docs rather than screencasts, but, while these weren’t *quite* what I was after, they’re quite good. And it’s nice to have an English accent on these things.

  25. Linking Facebook Connect - Stack Overflow

    “how do I make it so I can store the facebook user ID into my MySQL database as part of the current users information?”

  26. Søren Vind >> pc_user

    “A lightweight authentication library for CodeIgniter. It focuses on simplicity and security.” I used this recently and, like the CodeIgniter PHP framework, it just worked.

  27. Fever° Red hot. Well read.

    Self-hosted, pay-for feed reader. Looks like a lovely interface and an interesting way of organising feeds and posts. (via Daring Fireball)

  28. Minify - Google Code

    “Minify is a PHP5 app that can combine multiple CSS or Javascript files, compress their contents, and serve the results with HTTP encoding and headers that allow optimal client-side caching.” (via Dotcode)

  29. Outlet PHP ORM - Welcome

    I’ve just started using this. I needed something simple and lightweight and I think I like this. Still a little rough, but getting there.

  30. Opentape

    Host-your-own version of Muxtape. What happens when a centralised system is squashed by lawyers: thousands of individual versions flower around the edges. (via Infovore)

  31. CodeIgniter - Open source PHP web application framework

    Minimal open source PHP framework with good documentation. (Update: I used it for a project recently and it was really nice. It Just Worked. 2009-08-01.)

  32. Tag Based PHP Photo Album | JuxtaPhoto

    Looks nice, but haven’t tried it. Single user only.

  33. Gallery | Your photos on your website

    Very full-featured, a bit complicated, but very polished PHP/MySQL photo gallery. Installed easily, multiple users, nice themes. Win.

  34. PhpAlbum | PHP Photo Album - Gallery

    Photo album that doesn’t use a conventional database, supports multiple users I think. Demo looks horribly like phpBB. Tried installing and just got a blank page. Gave up.

  35. Zenphoto

    PHP/MySQL photo gallery. Front-end looks gorgeous. But a couple of silly awkward problems made it tricky to install and the admin interface was a bit baffling. No multiple users.

  36. Dan Grossman » Open Calais Tags

    “a PHP class for extracting entities from text using Open Calais”

  37. Phpmyfamily::home

    Allows people to collaborate on researching their family’s genealogy. Nice idea, but looks pretty ugly and confusing.

  38. Asaph -

    Nice-looking and very simple weblog CMS focused on collecting links, photos and quotes, rather than writing stuff yourself. (via Daring Fireball)

  39. TCPDF - PHP Class for PDF

    Yet another PDF-generating PHP class. An improvement on FPDF (does UTF-8 for a start), but I had some problems getting tables to look just how I wanted.

  40. Using Smarty Templates With PEAR HTML_QuickForm

    A handy guide that’s moved since I last bookmarked it.

  41. PhpRtf development blog » About PhpRtf Lite

    Make RTF documents using PHP. Free, LGPL licensed. Guess which PHP to RTF code I’m trying first.

  42. Smart Systems - Created the RTFGen which is a RTF generator for PHP

    Basic version is free, others run to hundreds or thousands of euros.

  43. FPDF Library - PDF generator

    Another PDF-generating PHP class.

  44. R&OS: pdf class

    For making PDFs using PHP, as used by Dompdf.

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