“Version 7 is a fresh, faster new vision for PHP. Don't let old opinions, and critics' disgust for their own code written years ago sway you from giving PHP a try.” — @syntaxseed https://dev.to/syntaxseed/the-state-of-php-today-1n2j
The Abolish Narrow Margins RFC has passed, representing the first major change to the PHP project voting process since 2011. https://wiki.php.net/rfc/abolish-narrow-margins
http://friendsofphp.org has published an open API allowing you to search for and see events for local PHP user groups around the world. They include data from a variety of sources (not just Meetup).
We are happy to announce the release of #yii 2.0.16 https://www.yiiframework.com/news/196/yii-2-0-16-is-released #yii2 #php
“PHP: rfc:jit” https://wiki.php.net/rfc/jit
"Porting Silex web apps to the Slim #PHP Framework, Round 2"
@phpc glad that you ask ;) But seriously, it’s a free and Open Source PHP CMS (https://www.neos.io), for example used to run https://www.1und1.de/ It’s not well known in the America yet, but on the rise here in Europe (we have a Fontawesome icon 😊). And, yeah, full disclosure, I founded it some years ago. But of course, adding the logo only makes sense when people talk about it and know it. So, feel free to add or ignore.
@galvao No preferred size. The bigger the better, from a resolution standpoint. 50kb is the hard limit on file size.
@robert What is Neos?
@galvao Cool! They just need to be square PNGs that are less than 50kb. You can use transparency, and they should look good when displayed very tiny. If you just reply here with images, I can grab them and add them.
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