Ever wondered where you can find out more about a specific topic related to PHP, or find out new and exciting things happening in the PHP world? We’ve put together a list of useful links that will help you on your PHP journey!
The team at CakeDC sponsors monthly training - focusing on the following topics.
Standard CakePHP 4 Training Course
These interactive and live sessions offer you the opportunity to get involved, ask questions and learn more from the experts behind the framework.
The CakePHP cookbook (i.e the documentation) includes several tutorials to help you along. These are a great way to learn more about typical CakePHP applications and to come to grasps with how CakePHP is put together.
CakeFest, run over 4 full days, features 2 full workshop days led by the top CakePHP developers. The last two days showcase some of the top CakePHP speakers from around the world - join CakeFest to experience a jam-packed opportunity to increase your knowledge base and grow your community network.
While not a traditional platform with courses or guided tutorials, Stackoverflow offers something better - real life issues that others are facing, and how they have found a solve for them! You can really learn a lot by watching others.
As a PHP developer, it can sometimes be difficult to find information that is both updated and helpful to your specific problem. PHP: The Right Way is a an easy-to-read platform that you can use as a reference for popular and up-to-date coding standards, links to tutorials as well as best practices. From the best practices through to resources, community groups and more, PHP The Right Way should be on your frequently visited list.
There are many CakePHP related blogs out there - here are just a handful of the ones we find awesome!
PHP[architect] is a digital magazine solely focused on the world of PHP. From in-depth technical articles through to hosting training and organizing conferences, this is a great resource to grow your PHP knowledge base from.
Voice of the ElePHPant is a regular podcast interviewing PHP community members on a wide variety of topics. Cal Evans digs deep into what is keeping community members busy.
Another podcast focused on the PHP Community - hosted By @shocm, @realrideout, and @johncongdon.
Run by the Friends of Cake, the awesome CakePHP list is a curated list of plugins, resources and other interesting CakePHP links.
There are many PHP lists of curated PHP libraries and resources - here are just a few that we think you would find interesting.
A group of developers joined forces to create the league of extraordinary Packages - where they build solid, well tested PHP packages using modern coding standards.
Packagist helps you to find packages and lets Composer know where to get the code from. Check out download stats or publish your own package.
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