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Spring Renewal – April 2017

syndicated from on April 3, 2017

Hot off the virtual presses, the April issue of the magazine is available to download. This month, we look at new things to make your application code better and more secure.

In this Issue

“Spring Renewal” includes articles on:

  • Hannes Van De Vreken writes about PSR-7, one of the PHP-FIG’s standards. It defines interfaces for handling HTTP Requests and Responses consistently which makes it easier to create and share middlewares in your application.
  • Caitlin Bales explains how PHP can make remote requests to an API server using  different client options.
  • Brian Retterer looks at Demystifying Multi-factor Authentication. After explaining the theory, he shows you how to implement a simple second factor in a Laravel application.

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In our regular columns for April, Matthew Setter evaluates using Rocketeer, a PHP-based deployment tool. David Stockton will explain Value Objects and how they can make your code less ambiguous. Cal Evans writes on why training is important in Community Corner. Joe Ferguson will get you started on using Homestead for easily setting up a local development environment. In his finally{}, this month Eli White analyzes the results of a recent Stack Overflow developer survey.

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