Tag: phing

simple scriptable popups in GNOME

As you may or may not already know, we’re into Phing here at Magma Digital. You can fire off all sorts of complex tasks and at the end, you get a report (if you’re using a CI platform). I personally don’t like relying on email for such notifications though. If my build succeeded, then I don’t

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PHP Benelux 2012 – a synopsis

We recently published a blog on how Jeremy Coates, our Managing Director, was one of the speakers at PHP Benelux 2012, an International Conference in Antwerp, Belgium on the 27th and 28th January 2012. The conference focuses on developers from around the world discovering the latest techniques, discussing PHP and internet development. Like several other PHP conferences, the organisation and

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PHP Benelux, will we see you there?

As many of you may already know, Magma Digital strongly believes in supporting the web community and promoting best practice within our wider industry. That’s why we are pleased our Managing Director, Jeremy Coates, has been selected as one of the speakers for PHP Benelux 2012 which takes place next week. The conference helps developers from around the world

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Phing presentation at PHPNW

Last week I gave an hour long presentation at the PHPNW user group in Manchester about ‘Phing‘ the PHP project build system. Here at Magma Digital, we use Phing as part of our Continuous Integration (CI) set up. Phing is the glue that holds the PHP analysis tools we use together for the Jenkins CI

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