We support some legacy PHP code for several clients. Because of this, we have been strongly suggesting that they upgrade their code to PHP 7.3 so they can get off of older PHP 5.6 (and some even older – yikes!) servers.
SOAP has been described by many as an easy way to build and consume web services. Up until yesterday, my opinion of that was greatly different. One 3 separate projects, we had found 2 different ways to get it to work properly, none of them the same. On 2 we resorted to using cURL and posting them ourselves! Yikes!
Recently on a project the client asked to be able to post testimonials on their site. Normally we install the Testimonials Widget, as it gives us a lot of flexibility, has short codes so we can add to different pages and categorize them, and more. So, in this case, we did, as well, and added a few for them for their approval.
We work on a rather large project that interacts with files stored in the Rackspace Cloud. Users often …