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Stay up to speed with PHP by reading these feeds

In the PHP ecosystem we’re blessed with so many people blogging about their favourite language. Everyday new interesting content on PHP gets posted somewhere on the web.

Visiting each blog separately to see if new content has been posted is quite tedious. Luckily this problem has been solved long ago by RSS feeds. Almost every interesting blog has a feed where you can easily subscribe to with one of the many RSS readers out there.

Over the years I’ve built up quite a collection of feeds to PHP related blogs. So why not share those feeds? I’ve exported all my feeds to a gist on GitHub.

https://gist.github.com/freekmurze/b7f78708697266d507311a6e800eaeae

This file can be imported by nearly all RSS readers.

If you’re looking for a good RSS reader on macOS then I can wholeheartedly recommend Reeder. It’ll cost you a few bucks, but it’s certainly worth it. Reeder needs an RSS account to sync with. Personally I prefer Feedly, which is free.

Have fun reading all these blogs. If I’ve missed a good blog on PHP, let me know in the comments below.

Freek Van der Herten is a partner and developer at Spatie, an Antwerp based company that specializes in creating web apps with Laravel. After hours he writes about modern PHP and Laravel on this blog. When not coding he’s probably rehearsing with his kraut rock band. He loves waffles and butterflies.
  • zakius

    Ok, but is there any USEABLE desktop feedly client? I think not, better use your newsfox as long as you can, or Smart RSS or The One and Only True Opera
    Besides that, can you also supply clickable list of links to homepages? I prefer checking out things myself and then adding them manually.

  • Milan Chheda

    Good list but most of them are no-more updated. Old articles, not relevant types.