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accepted Continuous Integration for different languages
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asked Continuous Integration for different languages
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comment Returning the object/$this
The last paragraph is what I am looking for. Thank you.
Dec
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accepted Returning the object/$this
Dec
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awarded  Commentator
Dec
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comment Returning the object/$this
@Telastyn I'm not concerned with method chaining, itself, but the returning of self, when otherwise you wouldn't return anything. Also, could you elaborate on your thoughts about method chaining?
Dec
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asked Returning the object/$this
Dec
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comment When deploying code to a production server, how are non-source code assets such as images and PDFs managed?
In our particular case, the assets do need to be synced across the various stages of deployment. RSync had occurred to me, and it may be ideal, but I was hoping for something easier for our less server friendly devs.
Dec
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awarded  Supporter
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comment When deploying code to a production server, how are non-source code assets such as images and PDFs managed?
Two reasons:a) Can't even do an initial commit of 15GB b) Our VC is hosted, and has us at a 2GB cap.
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asked When deploying code to a production server, how are non-source code assets such as images and PDFs managed?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Storing Form Data in a class
Nov
13
comment Automatically verifying INSERTs when building a PHP(5.3.3) application
Every Query returns an array, you can compare your $_POST or $object->data to the data is query array. However, it is a bit much to do that myself, if someone has done it elsewhere. As for validation, it isn't just validation that has to be managed, processing and converting of data changes from what we receive to what we want.
Nov
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comment Automatically verifying INSERTs when building a PHP(5.3.3) application
An Example: A User->Enters Data into Form->We Process/Sanitize/Validate->INSERT. If data breaks during validation or a name attribute has a typo after a change, data may come through as null during an insert, which doesn't always create an error, and goes on through.
Nov
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comment Automatically verifying INSERTs when building a PHP(5.3.3) application
@Cerad It sounds horrible, but I can't control that error checking will be available in the development environment, and often INSERTS work, but that doesn't mean it is passing the correct data. I really do need to streamline/automate the manual testing I'm doing now.
Nov
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revised Automatically verifying INSERTs when building a PHP(5.3.3) application
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comment Automatically verifying INSERTs when building a PHP(5.3.3) application
@Snowman No I'm actually fairly new to automated testing as a process. All the code and DB testing tools I find seem to test code or the DB separately, or use a version of PHP above the one I'm on(5.3.3);
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asked Automatically verifying INSERTs when building a PHP(5.3.3) application
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