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re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
What do you mean by "running on flat tires that are painful...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
I have never used CakePHP. However I did use Phinx which is...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Yeah, Laravel's pretty good. I don't know about Slim, haven...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Uh, nothing much really. Probably the time it takes to setu...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
I do prefer PSR over none as well. But I'm just trying to k...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Aye, usually it is. But I don't use Phalcon that much anymo...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Following PSRs is not required, nor does it make it any bet...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Nice!
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Laravel is really nice, but I just don't need the bulk of i...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
I wrote my own router, and I was able to get roughly 1-5ms ...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Yeah. It's usually the database. It's why I just use straig...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Aye. I prefer my own code over others. Probably because I a...
re: PHP Frameworks Discussion (beware lots of opinions)
Sounds interesting. I heard that Symfony 4.1's routing syst...
re: PHP Package: Caller
Yeah, that's actually what I noted to myself. I was already...
re: PHP Package: Caller
I don't know anything about lifecycle hooks. I'm not sure w...
re: This Facebook Security Breach was "Intended Functionality"
Probably true since I never even heard of it. XD
re: This Facebook Security Breach was "Intended Functionality"
Facebook is really annoying. Someone should invent a social...
re: A good reason not to use OAuth only accounts in your apps
I'm personally against OAuth, especially for sensitive appl...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
Yeah, I used HashCat to attack a Bcrypt hash before. I coul...
re: Node.js vs PHP
I've used both PHP and Node.js, and I recommend both of the...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
Okay. Thanks.
re: PHP Security: Passwords
And why do you make it sound like it's so easy to break AES...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
But, I'm curious. What do you mean the HMAC seems really hi...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
Though this proves effective since the HMAC is basically pe...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
Yeah, probably a good idea.
re: PHP Security: Passwords
It is hard. I'm trying to get better at it. And yeah that ...
re: PHP Security: Passwords
The Microsoft website, or at least it did.
re: PHP Security: Passwords
Alright, thank you, means a lot.
re: PHP Security: Passwords
I just don't want to label myself as an expert, but I've do...
re: Stopping .htaccess from handling API route
Personally, I'd use a PHP HTTP router instead. Link all req...
re: Handling Passwords
I agree. Over time I had changed my view on passwords and g...
re: PHP Security: Introduction
I don't think PHP's secure by design, because they allow de...
re: PHP Security: Introduction
PHP isn't secure by design. But this isn't about choosing a...
re: PHP Security: Introduction
But just because they use Google, doesn't mean their conten...
re: PHP Security: Introduction
I don't know. shrug Their posts are really good though, at...
re: How did you decide on what you wanted to do?
I don't know what I want to do in life. I've just been kind...
re: Python: Still in favor?
I too am a PHP Developer. And I agree with you. There is so...
re: Have you tried out PHP programming with all symbols defined as unicode
It's possible to use this for obfuscation, however, I'd use...
re: Programming is ...
Programming is ... the art of discovering new problems that...
re: What are the hardest programming languages you have ever learned?
For me it'd probably have to be JavaScript. I always had a ...
re: Thoughts on "Security Through Obscurity"
I think that it's okay to have obscurity. As LONG as it's n...
re: Security holes in PHP
WordPress has definitely make its history. And it's not ter...
re: Handling Passwords
Yeah it still is nice to have it.
re: Handling Passwords
You're right, the password shouldn't be reversible. It's no...
re: Handling Passwords
Also, here is the source. See, they do it. FYI, the people...
re: Handling Passwords
Because, I'm just like that. And I've read elsewhere that i...
re: What is the simplest code to explain a loop?
foreach ($person as $individual) { print $individual; }...
re: Handling Passwords
I understand what you mean. I was just recommending some th...
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