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Posted 11 Feb 2016...
There are some things about the defaults that are horribly annoying ...
My company moved everyone onto Macs and I couldn't agree with this statement more.
For the price, I'd expect something like window snapping to be there by default. When it wasn't, I turned to one of my co-workers and asked where the option was to enable it.
"There's not built in function for it, but you can buy an app for it. It's only £3."
This machine just cost the better part of £1500 and they can't even bundle in some window snapping? I'd take Linux back in a heartbeat if I didn't need it for xcode.
Posted 10 Feb 2016
$s = $conn->prepare("SELECT * FROM provider WHERE ID=".$client["provider"]." LIMIT 1"); $s->execute(); $row = $s->fetch();
You should pass through the provider as a parameter rather than injecting it directly into the query.
$s = $conn->prepare("SELECT * FROM provider WHERE ID = :client LIMIT 1"); $s->execute(['client' => $client["provider"]]); $row = $s->fetch();
EDIT: Also on line 22 you're missing the '$' from '$client["cell"]'
Posted 22 Dec 2015
[email protected], on 10 December 2015 - 03:59 AM, said:I wonder how fast migration will take place, I didn't notice anything that was used often to be deprecated or have a behaviour change, so upgrading can't be -that- much of an ordeal.
My office set up a test server today with php 7 and nginx to see if we could notice any speed improvements on our current projects.
All 3 projects worked without changes, straight from the git clone. The only issue we had was a plugin (mpdf) which used two default cases in a switch statement.
Even with a connection to a remote mysql server, the performance difference on our biggest project was very notable in terms of page load times. That one was written in Zend Framework 2. A smaller project which uses the Laravel 5 framework didn't see much of an improvement - however it also ran very quickly on php 5.6
Posted 4 Dec 2015I've been looking forward to this release for a while. The benchmark tests definitley look interesting.
Zend posted this infograph with requests per second on popular php applications.
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Posted 11 Nov 2015It's a matter of taste. You won't know if you like it until you try it. The method of trying it is pretty much irrelevant.
Personally I prefer most linux flavours over Windows.
More importantly, learning something new, no matter what it is, will always give you a little more overall knowledge; which will always make you a more valuable employee to any potential employers.
And it's free.. absoloutley no financial hinderance by trying it out. That's not a benifit that comes along very often.
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