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Posts Tagged ‘vtemplate’

In order to discuss BDD, as a blogger, I need to talk about Behat

If you’re developing a web application, especially one that uses PHP, you should know about Behat. Behat introduces itself as “a php framework for testing your business expectations”. And it does exactly that. You write down your business expectations of the application, and it automatically tests whether or not your application achieves them. You begin […]

VTemplate: a web project boilerplate which combines various industry standards

You’re about to start setting up the delivery mechanism for a web-based project. What do you do? First, let’s fetch ourselves a framework. Not just any framework, but one which supports PSR-0 and encourages freedom in our domain code architecture. Kohana fits the bill nicely. Let’s set up our infrastructure now: add Composer and Phing. […]