Although I am firmly in the Node + Serverless camp these days, I completely agree with this article. If you are just starting out with development or a non-programmer starting a new business that needs to hire developers, PHP is an incredibly smart place to put your trust. You can create an extremely well-architected application on PHP that will…
Oh yes! I went to college in Lakeland, lived in Publix Commons, and ran cross country practices at George Jenkins High School! So I know the chain’s history well!
The modern version of Publix got its start in the early 1940s and steadily expanded in Central Florida. But they didn’t really explode statewide until more like…
I haven’t experimented with this in a long time, but someone on the Gist commented that the array works if you do it like this:
$var = ; $var['values'] = ['integerValue' => 10]; $document->setArray('myvar', $var);
I hadn’t tried pagination yet. And I’ve only done proof of concepts with it at this point. But I just tried to do it and it is giving me fits.
I am not getting an error like you say you are; however, I can’t figure out how to get it to work. And there is little to know documentation or StackOverflow about it yet.
Pagination should be pretty straight forward with the limit, startAt and endAt methods. See these two links: