Tag Archives: PHPUnit

Building a Hypermedia API in CouchDB

The latest issue of php|architect includes an article of mine on Building a Hypermedia API in CouchDB. The article’s description: This article demonstrates how to create a hypermedia data API using CouchDB, a document database and application server that is accessed through an HTTP API. URIs identify CouchDB resources such as databases, documents, attachments, and [...]

TEK·X Day Two

It’s hard to believe tomorrow is the last day of TEK·X. Where did the time go? Today started with Matthew Schmidt’s 10 Developer Trends in 2010. He talked about agile development, browser standards, AJAX, security vulnerabilities, RIAs, touch interfaces, key/value stores, version control, cloud computing, and dynamic languages. While not a bad keynote, the topics [...]

Unit Tests Are Not About Testing

I had the suspicion for a while but it didn’t become clear to me until recently that unit testing really is not about testing. Sure, you are writing tests and there is certainly value in having “tests.” However, the real value of unit testing becomes evident when you stop thinking of it in terms of [...]