Forum PHP 2009 par l’ Association Française des Utilisateurs de PHP

Le Forum PHP 2009 accueillera comme partenaire aux cotés de l’AFUP (Association Française des Utilisateurs PHP) l’association LeMug.fr (MySQL User Group).
Plusieurs conférences sont prévues sur la base de données MySQL avec des intervenants de renom.
A cette occasion, l’AFUP a décidé de prolonger les pré-inscriptions à tarif préférentiel, et de repousser aussi la date limite pour « l’appel à conférenciers ».

Gettext – O’Reilly Media

Did you ever get into a situation in Web development where you need to create a Web site or a Web application that is dynamically available, in several languages? A lot of existing open source applications try to create their own solution for these needs, but the standard way to do this is to use Gettext, a set of GNU tools to help packages manage multi-lingual messages in their applications.

The majority of open source projects, such as Xchat and others, use Gettext to translate the messages and strings shown in their user interface to several languages. The same concept can easily be applied to a Web site or Web application, and that is the objective of this article.

Crucial Concepts Behind Advanced Regular Expressions | How-To | Smashing Magazine

Regular expressions (or regex) are a powerful way to traverse large strings in order to find information. They rely on underlying patterns in a string’s structure to work their magic. Unfortunately, simple regular expressions are unable to cope with complex patterns and symbols. To deal with this dilemma, you can use advanced regular expressions.

How To Automatically Scan Uploaded Files For Viruses With php-clamavlib | HowtoForge – Linux Howtos and Tutorials

This guide describes how you can automatically scan files uploaded by users through a web form on your server using PHP and ClamAV. That way you can make sure that your upload form will not be abused to distribute malware. To glue PHP and ClamAV, we install the package php5-clamavlib/php4-clamavlib which is rather undocumented at this time. That package is available for Debian Etch and Sid and also for Ubuntu Dapper Drake and Edgy Eft, so make sure you use one of these platforms.

On PHP 5.3, Lambda Functions, and Closures – Fabien Potencier

PHP 5.3 will have a lot of exciting new features. One of the most important one for me is the introduction of lambda functions and closures support. I won't talk too much about what lambda functions or closures are, as you can find many good blog posts describing them in great details. To sum up, a lambda function is an anonymous PHP function that can be stored in a variable and passed as an argument to other functions or methods. A closure is a lambda function that is aware of its surrounding context.

Real programming with PHP 5.3 (part 3): Links – PHP in Action

After the previous post in this series, additional independent implementations of the idea of JavaScript-style classes have turned up. So I’m going to list them and comment briefly on the differences. I hope this will be helpful to anyone who actually wants to use this in practice and needs to decide on the details of the implementation.

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