32 Stories by Leonardo Losoviz
Learn how to use DependencyInjection and service containers to manage the services in your complex PHP app.
Transpiling your code from PHP 8.0 to 7.1 allows you to use the latest features of the language while reaching the most possible users.
GraphQL's lack of support for server-side caching is a well-known disadvantage. But there are indeed ways to use HTTP caching with GraphQL.
A monorepo makes it easy to maintain a coherent state for your project and submit pull requests with code from multiple packages.
Rector is a reconstructor tool for PHP. Learn how you can use it to code with modern PHP features yet still deploy to legacy...
We argue the benefits of supporting nested mutations as an opt-in feature in GraphQL.
PHP developers want to have access to the latest features of the language, but for various reasons, they may not be able to. It...
With Rector, we can write code with PHP 8.0 features and deploy it to an environment running lower versions.
See how code-first GraphQL servers — which have no schema definition language — can manage to provide support for schema-type directives.
Even if you already know the libraries used by Gutenberg, it can still feel daunting to get started. Here's where to start.
Learn how to set up the development environment for WordPress' React-based Gutenberg editor, as well has how to create a new project.