Just in case you missed the webinar of Michelangelo van Dam: have a look at his excellent webinar on QA (Quality Assurance) Tools for PHP. Michelangelo presents some really useful tools like PHPUnit, PHP_CodeSniffer, PHP Mess Detector and so on.
You’ll find the webinar here…
Unfortunately, I didn’t had the time to participate in this years ZendCon :-(. For all those of you who had the same problem: here are the slides of the talks. Nearly all of the slides are very interesting for all those of you involved in any kind of web project. Continue Reading
Posted November 9th, 2010. 1 comment
Just in case you don’t know ZFDebug yet: ZFDebug is a precious litte helper that will help you when developing Zend Framework applications. It takes only minutes to install it and it will provide a lot of information like memory usage, loaded files, database queries used, etc.
Posted July 23rd, 2010. 3 comments - 1 pingback / trackback
Why not use a Zend Framework plugin which again uses Tidy to check the validity of all the HTML code generated by your scripts? Wouldn’t it be great to have something like this? Well, actually it would. Unfortunately, I have to admit that this wasn’t my idea ;-) – in fact it was Ryan Mauger who posted a very interesting article about this issue on his blog.
Interested? Follow this link to read Ryan’s post.
This short post will not focus on creating and maintaining unit tests for your application (although I strongly recommend using unit tests). Instead, I would like to briefly discuss two “GUI Testing” tools that I find quite useful. Continue Reading