Category Archives: PHP

Heroes of PHP™ #2

Following the first part of my “Heroes of PHP”™, I subsequently posted the second of my 24 “Heroes of PHP”™ on Twitter. As with the first list, I’m reproducing that second set of Heroes here, together with some additional explanation about … Continue reading

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Heroes of PHP™ #1

Following the conclusion of the 24 Days in December series on PHP, I originally posted my own 24 “Heroes of PHP”™ on Twitter. I’m reproducing that list here, together with some additional explanation of why these individuals mean so much to … Continue reading

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A Functional Guide to Cat Herding with PHP Generators

When working with arrays in PHP, three of the most useful functions available to us are array_map(), array_filter() and array_reduce(), which allow us to walk an array and manipulate the value of array elements, select a subset of values from an array, or … Continue reading

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