Happy Birthday PHP!
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Happy Birthday PHP!

Today (June 8th) we celebrate the 25th anniversary of PHP. Ibuildings thanks everyone who contributed to PHP for their efforts!

tomschenkenberg

Tom Schenkenberg

8 June 2020

Analyze your code!
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Analyze your code!

As projects grow in size and complexity, it can be easy to get lost in your own code base. Does this function return X, or Y. Can it return null? Does the doc block still match the function? Is this function even used anymore? We will use static analysis to answer these questions, and identify potential problems in our code. We will dive into what static analysis is, and a few of the tools that are available.

Gert de Pagter

Gert de Pagter

10 July 2019

TypeScript: Our approach to developing JavaScript applications
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TypeScript: Our approach to developing JavaScript applications

At Ibuildings, when we do JavaScript/NodeJs development, we actually use TypeScript. TypeScript is an open-source programming language created and maintained by Microsoft. TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript which means that any JavaScript file is valid TypeScript. But why do we use TypeScript? With this post I want to share our approach to developing JavaScript applications.

mroest

Martin Roest

25 April 2019

What does serverless computing mean for your applications?
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What does serverless computing mean for your applications?

In our online age, the time of serverless computing has also come in recent years. This offers great advantages for working in the cloud. Especially if the software for your organisation is designed and developed for this purpose. For new applications, the development of cloud native software should certainly also be a consideration. I would be happy to explain why.

tomschenkenberg

Tom Schenkenberg

18 April 2019

Drupal + React “progressively”
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Drupal + React “progressively”

A while ago I wrote about Decoupled, Headless and traditional CMS architecture. The post is about choosing which one is right for you. I wrote about the different architecture characteristics and the consequences it has. Knowing the differences will help you pick the right one for you. Based on that post you could think that you have to choose between Decoupled or Headless. But maybe there is more to choose from.

mroest

Martin Roest

30 January 2019