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March 6, 2014
by Julian

Zend Framework 1.12.4 Released with Security Fixes

Matthew Weier O’Phinney just announced the release of ZF 1.12.4, 2.1.6, and 2.2.6 m with Security Updates

For more information, please read the official release announcement:
Zend Framework Released

Also, the ZF  PEAR channel was updated to latest 1.12.4 release.

pear upgrade zend/zend

March 7, 2014 EDIT:

Zned Framework 1.12.15 was released, in order to fix a backward compatibility issue introduced in 1.12.4 release.

Release Announcement

 

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November 29, 2013
by Julian

Avoid routing through bootstrap of non existent files

In some cases you may encounter missing files: images, css or js files.
All those missing files are processed by the current bootstrap: index.php

If the session is set to regenerate on each request, as a normal security measure,
the currently logged user is logged off, because the session ID is different now.

To avoid this, below the following line

RewriteEngine On

add the line :

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} (\.gif|\.jpg|\.png|\.css|\.js)$ [OR]

Save and don’t forget to test.

Even though it’s a well known fact that real men do not test…

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November 25, 2013
by Julian

Welcome to the 10th Zend Certified Engineer in Dotboost Team

Today is a major milestone for our Dotboost Technologies Inc. Company. We are announcing the 10th member of the team passed the Zend Certified Engineer exam.

Zend Yellow Pages

This is part of our commitment to ensure that our clients have access to top level PHP development as standard practice and allows us to follow a strong quality assurance program.
The next step is to implement the Zend Framework 2 best practices and to take the upcoming Zend Framework 2 Certified Architect exam.

Beginning 2014, a Zend Certification will became mandatory for every developer in our team.

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September 26, 2013
by Stas

Codelobster PHP Edition – Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript editor (IDE)

Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript editor (IDE) – Codelobster PHP Edition

Free PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript editor (IDE) - Codelobster PHP Edition

For valuable work on creation of sites you need a good comfortable editor necessarily. There are many requiring paid products for this purpose, but we would like to select free of charge very functional and at the same time of simple in the use editor – Codelobster PHP Edition .

      Let us consider some important possibilities and advantages of this program:

 

  • All code highlights depending on a type, the also mixed code is thus supported, so the area of HTML will be highlighted as HTML, PHP as PHP, and Javascript as Javascript in a the same file. Thre is possibility of choice from color schemes, including popular IDEs.
  • Powerful autocompletion for HTML, PHP, CSS and Javascript, including HTML5 and CSS3. For PHP the structure of project is fully recognized, and the complete list of methods falls out in the proper places.
  • HTML/CSS inspector on the type of Firebug, which allows easily to correlate the selected elements of page with a code and proper style.
  • Context help on all supported languages. By pressing F1 key the page with detailed description for current tag, attribute or function will be opened.
  • PHP debugger. PHP debugger allows to execute PHP scripts incrementally, watching the values of all variables in every line.
  • SQL manager allows to produce all necessary actions with a database – to add, delete, edit a structure and records in tables, to export data, execute SQL queries. Highlighting and autocompletion works for SQL files also.
  • Support of FTP allows to work straight with a remote server and to do all necessary changes with files;
  • The portable option allows to use editor without the preliminary installation.
  • Other useful utilities: pair highlighting, possibility of blocks selection, collapsing, tooltips, navigation on descriptions of functions and included files at withholding of the key of CTRL, viewing of structure of files and project, preview in a browser, book-marks, and all other standard possibilities for work with a code.

Also there are special plugins for work with:

  • CMS: Drupal, Joomla
  • PHP frameworks: CakePHP, CodeIgniter, Symfony, Yii
  • JavaScript libraly: JQuery
  • WordPress blogging engine
  • Smarty template engine

 

http://www.codelobster.com

 

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July 31, 2013
by Julian

Installing GeoIP extension in Zend Server 6 on Windows

As an update to the post Installing GeoIP extension in Zend Server 5.6 on Windows , for Zend Server 6.1 , you can do the following:

  1. Download the php_geoip-1.0.8-5.4-nts-vc9-x86.zip file from http://windows.php.net/downloads/pecl/releases/geoip/1.0.8/
  2. From the archived file, copy the file php_geoip.dll to ZEND_PATH\Zend\ZendServer\lib\phpext\
  3.  Open php.ini file, from the location: ZEND_PATH\Zend\ZendServer\etc\php.ini
  4.  Add the below line at the end of the file extension=php_geoip.dll
  5. Save the file and “Restart PHP” :-))  from Zend Server GUI
  6. follow the step from the previous article in order to test GeoIP integration , and download the Geoip*.dat files

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