PHP 7.4 has just been released with several new features! Learn how to install it on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, and more.
With the recent release of version 1.3.0, league/commonmark now offers full support for Github-Flavored Markdown!
Is "Social Delegation" (someone the user trusts) the next factor in MFA?
It's not my typical tech-related project, but I recently picked up woodworking as a new hobby and built my first project - a mobile cart for my table saw with built-in storage! I'm really happy with how it turned out. A huge thanks to Steve Ramsey of Woodworking For Mere Mortals for providing the plans and video walkthrough of how to build this!
This weekend I've tagged the first pre-releases of the 1.x branch! I strongly encourage everyone to test their applications and extensions against this beta and provide any feedback. (Helpful information can be found in the upgrading guide.) Unless there are any major issues we'll plan on releasing a stable 1.0.0 version in the coming weeks!
ConFoo Montreal 2019
Software bugs are inevitable; some are especially difficult to track down causing you to waste countless hours before throwing your hands up in defeat. It doesn't have to be this way! Fatigue and wasted time can be avoided with strategies and techniques to break through those mental barriers. Attendees will learn how to combine these techniques with the right mindset and attitude in order to debug their code quickly and effectively
ConFoo Montreal 2019
Releasing open-source libraries is more than sharing your Github URL with the world. There are many considerations and steps involved especially for successful and long-lived projects.
In this talk we’ll cover the principles behind creating, releasing and maintaining high-quality libraries. Topics will include structuring the repository, implementing modern PHP standards, maintaining changelogs, using CI tests, releasing new versions and more.
A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability was found in the PHP League's CommonMark library (
league/commonmark) versions 0.15.6 through 0.18.x before 0.18.1. It allows remote attackers to insert unsafe URLs into
<a> tags (even if
false) by adding an encoded newline character in the middle (e.g., writing