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PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report October 2016 Edition - July 2016 nominees

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This is the October edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Johnny Mast to comment on the outstanding features of all the past month nominees and winners PHP and JavaScript packages, the prizes that the authors earned, starting with the nominees from the month of July 2016.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn why the nominated packages were considered to be innovative, as well the current rankings of the Innovation Award Championship by author and by country.

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This is the latest podcast hangout episode on the PHP Innovation Award  and the JavaScript Innovation Award about the nominees of July 2016. We comment only on past nominees to avoid influencing the voting results. This way we are only talking of packages published already in June. The nominees of July were voted on August. In September the results were announced.

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JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of July 2016 (0:18)

1JavaScript Summarize Text
Extract summaries of Web pages
Everton da RosaBrazil50.00%3One ebook of choice by Packt
1Async Function Call
Call chained functions asynchronously
Andras TothHungary50.00%3
3JavaScript Manipulate Table
Compose HTML tables programmatically
MiguelVenezuela<1.00%1One downloadable e-book of choice by O'Reilly

JavaScript Innovation Award Rankings of 2016 (8:28)

1Andras TothHungary622
2Dantigny francoisFrance518
3Juan JoseSpain16
4Martin LatterUnited Kingdom15
4Edvaldo SzymonekBrazil15
4Karl HolzCanada15
7Pierre-Henry Soria14
7David WhitworthGermany14
9Everton da RosaBrazil13
9Till WehowskiGermany13

Award Winners by Country of 2016

7United KingdomUnited Kingdom15

PHP Innovation Award Winners of July 2016 (10:28)

1PHP Small Server Administrator
Web panel for small Debian and Ubuntu servers
Aleksey NemiroRussian Federation24.14%11One big elePHPant Plush Mascott
Call PHP classes from JavaScript using AJAX
Thierry FeuzeuCameroon17.24%10One downloadable copy of Komodo IDE
3Faster PHP IP2Location
Faster method to find the location of IP addresses
Chi HoangFrance13.79%9SourceGuarding PHP encoder tool
4Rabbit ORM
ORM for CodeIgniter based on Laravel's Eloquent
Fabio MazzoBrazil10.34%8
5PHP String Socializer
Replace text with hash tags and social media links
Luciano SalvinoArgentina6.90%7PhpStorm IDE 1 year individual subscription
Standalone template engine that compiles into PHP
Jorge CastroChile6.90%7
5CMS Airship
Content management system with security features
Scott ArciszewskiUnited States6.90%7
5PHP Silex REST Multi Lazy Load
Create REST APIs with module lazy loading
John DiazColombia6.90%7One ebook of choice by Packt
9Automator Shell Action Tools
Process console input and environment variables
Karl HolzCanada3.45%3One copy of DWebPro Standard License
9Deferred Exceptions
Queue exceptions and throws them afterwards
magogRussian Federation3.45%3
Identify card issuer and bank from numbers
Yorch PonceMexico<1.00%1

PHP Innovation Award Rankings of 2016 (38:36)

1Christian VighFrance754
2Bharat ParmarIndia334
3Dave SmithUnited States432
4Luciano SalvinoArgentina331
5Johnny MastThe Netherlands228
6Aleksey NemiroRussian Federation227
7Jeremiah OgbomoNigeria226
8Kacper RowinskiPoland224
9Bruno Henrique Ferreira de OliveiraBrazil221
10andrea battellocchiItaly220

Award Winners by Country of 2016

2United StatesUnited States1391
5Russian FederationRussian Federation659
6The NetherlandsThe Netherlands342


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