Tag Archives: php

php-apidoc – REST API documentation generator tool for PHP 5.3+

Generate documentation for php REST API based application. No dependency. No framework required. Easy to use. php-apidoc – php rest api documentation tool. https://github.com/calinrada/php-apidoc . Check out the dummy generated file: http://calinrada.github.io/php-apidoc/ | php rest api documentation generator.

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Using Twig with Phalcon PHP

You might wonder why using Twig with Phalcon PHP and not using Volt. Well, i had 2 main reasons: 1. I have been using Twig for the last 2 years and it’s available as a C extension also. 2. Using Volt it’s almost exactly the same thing, but for now it seems that Volt is read more »

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Many-to-many relationships – Phalcon

If you are working with Phalcon, you will probably need to establish a many-to-many relationship between models. While i was searching in the official documentation, this was not very clear for me at that time. I posted this question on the form, and i got the correct answer. I will explain you here, step by read more »

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m.bitpress.ro

Latest developed project: http://m.bitpress.ro/ – mobile version of www.bitpress.ro. Developed from scratch, with my own mini php framework. It uses jQuery Mobile framework, Redis and Local Storage. This is a beta release so let’s hope that we will do more. Next target: Android App.

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Convert multidimensional array to object – PHP

As you may already know, you can convert an array into an object simple like this: <?php $array = array(‘first_name’ => ‘John’, ‘last_name’ => ‘Doe’); $object = (object) $array; ?> Then you call the object: <?php echo $object->first_name; ?> The problem is that you can’t do this with multidimensional array. So, for this, i’ve found read more »

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