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Testing a Dropdown List in Symfony & Mink

Introduction

I just recently checked in my mink_test code to github, this is to provide people with a good simple example of PHPUnit test cases for testing a Symfony project. 369 more words

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fully dynamic fluxbox menu

I needed the ability to generate a menu dynamically in Fluxbox for various things that change on a regular basis.

Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be a facility built into fluxbox to allow for this. 1,273 more words

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Symfony LDAP Component AD Authentication

Introduction

I previously wrote a very popular article called Symfony AD Integration which uses FOSUserBundle and FR3DLdapBundle, and I wanted to provide a simpler method that uses the Symfony LDAP Component. 863 more words

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Watch value of a variable across multiple threads

Everyone is well aware of various ways of watching value of variable during a debug sessions. Watch, Immediate, Local Variables are just few examples. When working on a multi-threaded application, there may be scenarios that a method is called by different threads which means that a variable may have different value across different threads. 149 more words

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AJAX in Symfony Project

Introduction

I wanted to create a simple AJAX application in Symfony, in order that I could create some simple pages to use as sample code for some Mink Functional Tests that I could check in to github so that others can get familiar with using Mink for Functional testing in a Symfony project; however, I found a lack of articles out on the internet that were up to date or even suitable. 634 more words

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Poor Man’s Hierarchy Data Tree Solution in SQL

Due to the nature of my current development projects, I have gotten away from heavy SQL programming, which I did quite often when working in the many corporations I was employed by during my long career in professional development as a software engineer. 2,149 more words

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Scroll bars Re-engineered

Scroll bars is an effective tool that novices to advanced users use every day without appreciating its effectiveness and usefulness. Various vendors have evolved its design including its position in an application, workflow with gestures and even visibility. 329 more words

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