There are 4 articles tagged as "events"

Events in a Zend Expressive application

on August 04, 2016. in Programming, Development. A 6 minute read.

Three weeks ago I wrote a post on how to utilize Tactician in a Zend Expressive application. Today I want to expand on that post a little by adding the possibility to trigger and listen to events using the Zend EventManager component.

Creating a chat bot with PHP and Dbus

on January 08, 2012. in Development, Programming. A 3 minute read.

Now that we know how to use DBus to communicate with Pidgin from PHP and how to listen to DBus signals, it’s time to put it all together by creating a simple chat bot! Nothing fancy, just a simple script that runs somewhere on some server and, by using a Pidgin account, can respond to some basic queries we send it.

Listening to Dbus signals with PHP

on December 26, 2011. in Development, Programming. A 3 minute read.

In my previous post I described (tried, at least) how to communicate with Pidgin from PHP, by using the Dbus PHP extension.

A Zend Framework 2 EventManager use case

on October 19, 2011. in Development, Programming. A 4 minute read.

With Zend Framework 2 beta 1 released yesterday and some free time to spare, I decided to finally try and tackle one of the “scariest” additions to the Zend Framework - the EventManager component. Now, I won’t go into details about this whole event voodoo, Matthew already did that. Twice.