As Web developers, most of us have either utilized a REST Api to integrate with services like Flickr, Facebook, Amazon or Twitter, or created one to allow others to integrate with our systems. REST (REpresentational State Transfer) on the surface, seems to be simple which perhaps explains why so many REST api's are largely incorrect and not RESTful at all.
Over the last few weeks I have invested quite a bit of time updating the documentation. I'm not a technical writer, hell, I wouldn't call myself much of a writer at all so Ive struggled with this somewhat, but it is slowly getting there.
After a few long months of benchmarking and optimising Proem's code base I finally have some graphs of the results.
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Proem Framework aims to be a lightweight, fast and simple to use MVC implementation written specifically for PHP5.4. Milestone #3 - 0.3.0 has just been released.
After almost two months in development milestone 2 is now complete and version 0.2.0 has been released.
Phpfreaks admin Thorpe has been working on a new framework which has as its goal, use of the latest and greatest php 5.4 features. It's important for the php community that people endeavor to explore these features if PHP is to continue to evolve and thrive. Proem has the goal of being small simple and fast. It's still in the early stages.
Nice article on solving a common problem I see with website drowdown menus, authored by one of phpfreaks great moderators.
He beat out a host of other high school and college competitors from across Canada to complete a "facebook" clone and take 1st place in the 2 day competition. He'll be representing his country at the World Skills competition next, so stop off and congratulate him and wish him luck at the Worlds. [url=http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/index.php?topic=339304.0]http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/index.php?topic=339304.0[/url]
"Email clients over the past few years really haven't kept up with the pace of today's developers. When developing emails, it feels like you've stepped back into the late 90's, writing out-dated code. Below are some tips & tricks I've found helpful over the past few years of developing emails...."