<raphael.on.php/>: Measuring & displaying Phing build times with buildhawk
PHP web development blog by Raphael Stolt. Saturday, 20 November 2010. Measuring and displaying Phing build times with buildhawk. Recently I installed a Ruby gem called buildhawk. Which allows to measure and display the build times of Rake. Driven builds. As I like the idea behind this tool a lot but mostly use Phing. S) and how to put the interplay between those two tools to work. Method of the extended DefaultLogger. Class, transforms it into a buildhawk specific format and finally adds it as a git note.
<raphael.on.php/>: Utilizing Twitter lists with Zend_Service_Twitter
PHP web development blog by Raphael Stolt. Friday, 5 February 2010. Utilizing Twitter lists with Zend Service Twitter. Several months ago Twitter. Added the list feature to it's public API. Component, and how it then can be used in a Zend Framework. Implementing the common list features. A non-feature-complete implementation is shown in the next code listing and can alternatively be pulled. Require once 'Zend/Service/Twitter.php';. Require once 'Zend/Service/Twitter/Exception.php';. Param string $passwor...
<raphael.on.php/>: Using MongoHq in Zend Framework based applications
PHP web development blog by Raphael Stolt. Tuesday, 16 March 2010. Using MongoHq in Zend Framework based applications. As the name slightly foreshadows MongoHq. Bit pricey cloud-based hosting solution for MongoDb. Databases provided by CommonThread. Since they went live a few weeks ago I signed up for the small plan and started to successfully re-thinker with it in an exploratory Zend Framework. Bootstrapping a MongoHq enabled connection. Instance for the given. For the other application environment mode...
<raphael.on.php/>: Hooking a Growl publisher plugin into Xinc
PHP web development blog by Raphael Stolt. Thursday, 17 April 2008. Hooking a Growl publisher plugin into Xinc. This week I finally had the time to setup Xinc. PHP's shiny new Continuous Integration(CI) server, on my MacBook. And started to fiddle with it's publisher plugins and plugin architecture. While still down with 'tool envy' influenza I recently came across some nice and inspiring blog posts from the Ruby/Rails camp. Showing how to employ Growl. Building the Growl publisher plugin. Require once '...
<raphael.on.php/>: Enforcing target descriptions within build files with a Git hook
PHP web development blog by Raphael Stolt. Friday, 22 April 2011. Enforcing target descriptions within build files with a Git hook. When automating mundane tasks of a project or development environment with a build tool like Phing. To get a better picture of the problem at hand imagine a project poorly covered with tests and your personal attitude towards extending it or just take a peek at the screenshot below showing a very poorly documented build file. Posted by Raphael Stolt. Lake Constance, Germany.