Archive for the ‘doctrine’ Category

A Pokemon Crash Course on CouchDB

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In this tutorial, we'll walk through working with CouchDB, a NoSQL database from Apache. This tutorial will focus more on the practical side, so we won't cover what CouchDB is good for, how to install it, why use it, etc. We'll focus on how to perform ...

Using Halite for Privacy and Two-Way Encryption of Emails

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Cryptography is a complex matter. In fact, there is one golden rule: * Don't implement cryptography yourself * The reason for this is that so many things can go wrong while implementing it, the slightest error can generate a vulnerability and if you l...

Your Own Custom Annotations – More than Just Comments!

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In this article, we are going to look at how we can create and use our own custom annotations in a Symfony 3 application. You know annotations right? They are the docblock metadata/configuration we see above classes, methods and properties. You've most...

Laravel Doctrine – Best of Both Worlds?

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Laravel Doctrine is a drop-in implementation of the famous ORM for the Laravel 5.X Framework, and a really interesting alternative to the default choice, Eloquent. In this article, we will learn how to use it, and when. Why Doctrine, and not Eloquent?...

Caching Hat-trick: Varnish, Memcached and PHP libraries

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Previously, we looked at some common caching mechanisms we can easily utilize to make our apps faster. In this part, we’ll walk through some of the additional software that we can use with PHP for caching. Memcached Memcached is an in-memory key-val...