I’m huge fan of Continuous Integration and all possible automation which can save me any time during development process. I’m using plenty of different tools in my daily work, but there is always place for something new.
Basically each decent IDE has FTP client build in, but sometimes you don’t have access to your IDE but obviously you got your code in GIT repository. If you are using Bitbucket or Github you are lucky – you can use FTPloy .
This article is related to my previous one about setting up PHPCodeSniffer with CodeIgniter coding standards.
Installation on Linux boxes is pretty yeasy:
sudo pear channel-update pear.php.net yum install php-pear-PHP-CodeSniffer php-phpunit-phpcpd On Mac OS X you have couple options. Pear or Homebrew:
brew install php-code-sniffer
And following that, on regular boxes CodeSniffer will be here:
on Mac OS CodeSniffer will be located here:
/usr/lib/php/pear/PHP/CodeSniffer/Standards or… /usr/local/Cellar/php-code-sniffer/1.5.6/CodeSniffer/Standards
CodeIgniter standard can be downloaded from this location https://github.
Just bunch of very useful tools to help us with testing and building REST API.
requestb.in – just bin for your API calls. Very easy to capture and test calls from APPS
www.runscope.com – older brother, or actually mother of requestb.in – full featured serivce to test APIs
Capturing and storing longs it’s bit painful task. It’s not so bad if you are running one application on one server, but if you go with multiple servers, or just don’t want to “login” to check logs – you have to go with remote logging tools. I know only 2 and didn’t look for more. First of them is tool called
second one is