I’ve written one post about MongoDB and PHP about creating nested set model in this database, but there is another interesting topic: using JOINs in mongo queries. Sorry, wh… what? Joining tables in non-relational database? Yes, it’s possible and we can do this to collect much more data in only one, but more complicated query. Let’s start to see how we can achieve this.
Few weekes ago I wrote about custom view plugins in Zend Framework. It’s great solution to separate and re-use code for our templates, build simple functions for menus, thumbnails etc. But… what about similar situation in controller? Yes, it’s possible to use view helpers in controllers, but it isn’t good. Creating controller plugin is much better option and we can do that in Zend Framework. Let’s try.
Recently, I have faced the problem of the rear derailleur capacity in my bike. It’s important if we want make changes with cassette or chainset. Lucky, this issue isn’t complicated and can be described in few simple words and only one pattern to calulcate everyting important.
In the old, polish version of this blog, there are several posts about nginx server and PHP configuration. These entries are outdated now, but I will be writing them again in english soon. Meanwhile, today I would like to briefly share information on the ondemand mode in PHP-FPM. I have to used it and think it’s the best solution for most configurations.