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Fedora 27: changes in httpd and php - Remi Collet

The Apache HTTP server and PHP configuration have changed in Fedora 27, here is some explanations. 1. Switch of the Apache HTTP server in event mode Since the first days of the distribution, the severs use the prefork MPM. For obvious...Show More Summary

How to Read Big Files with PHP (Without Killing Your Server) - SitePoint PHP

It’s not often that we, as PHP developers, need to worry about memory management. The PHP engine does a stellar job of cleaning up after us, and the web server model of short-lived execution contexts means even the sloppiest code has...Show More Summary

Interview with Joshua Ray Copeland - Voices of the ElePHPant

ogprogrammer Audio Show Notes PHPUG Las Vegas ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Joshua Ray Copeland appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Implementing CORS in Zend Expressive - Rob Allen

On a recent project, I needed to implement CORS support for my Expressive API. The easiest way to do this is to use Mike Tuupola's PSR-7 CORS Middleware. As this is a standard Slim-Style PSR-7 middleware implementation, we need to wrap...Show More Summary

End of PHP 7.2 FTBFS marathon - Remi Collet

QA is a very important part of my daily work, and since PHP 7.2 is available in Fedora rawhide, we have to ensure everything works as expected with this new version.   As already explained, Koschei is our QA tool, used to monitor the...Show More Summary

PHP Versions Stats - 2017.2 Edition - Jordi Boggiano

It's stats o'clock! See 2014, 2015, 2016.1, 2016.2 and 2017.1 for previous similar posts. A quick note on methodology, because all these stats are imperfect as they just sample some subset of the PHP user base. I look in the logs of the last month for Composer installs done by someone. Show More Summary

One year without -m - Stefan Koopmanschap

One year ago I blogged about starting a new practice: Not using -m when committing something to Git. -m allows you to directly insert the commit message, which makes the whole process of committing faster, but not necessarily better. Committing...Show More Summary

Post comments to Known with Micropub - Christian Weiske

Last year I wanted to backup a friend's instagram account, and chose a local Known instance as target. Posting "normal" text and photo posts into a blog is standardized now: Simply use Micropub with a client of your choice. I wrote shpub...Show More Summary

PHP 7.2.0RC6 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 RC6. This release is the sixth Release Candidate for 7.2.0. Barring any surprises, we expect this to be the FINAL release candidate, with Nov 30th's GA release being not-substantially different. Show More Summary

Interview with Philippe Gamache - Voices of the ElePHPant

philoupedia Audio Show Notes ConFoo PHP Québec OWASP ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Philippe Gamache appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Customising Whoops in Expressive - Rob Allen

I find the Whoops error handler page in Expressive quite hard to read and particularly dislike that the error message displayed in the top left is hidden if it's more than a few words long. To fix this, I discovered that you can provide...Show More Summary

High Availability PHP - Nomad PHP

January 2018 - US Presented By Josh Butts January 18, 2018 20:00 CST The post High Availability PHP appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Introduction to Bitcoin for Developers - Piotr Pasich

Interest in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency is greater than ever. The value has just reached 6500 USD and it shows no signs of decreasing in the near future. Moreover, the whole cryptocurrency market is growing – every day brings new applications, ICOs, exchange systems, and ideas to be developed or maintained by programmers. Implementing new features […]

Your First PHP Code - SitePoint PHP

The following is a short extract from our new book, PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja, 6th Edition, written by Tom Butler and Kevin Yank. It's the ultimate beginner's guide to PHP. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership,...Show More Summary

Disclosure: WordPress WPDB SQL Injection - Technical - Anthony Ferrara

Today, a significant SQL-Injection vulnerability was fixed in WordPress 4.8.3. Before reading further, if you haven’t updated yet stop right now and update. The foundations of this vulnerability was reported via Hacker-One on September 20th, 2017. This post will detail the technical vulnerability as well as how to mitigate it. Show More Summary

Docker Devbox - Gundars Meness

A Vagrant/Ubuntu/Docker based local development environment has been released. It runs on Windows, Linux, Mac. I use it daily for PHP etc work, few testers say it’s stable enough. Feel free to test more, especially on Mac, and open some...Show More Summary

How to Optimize MySQL: Indexes, Slow Queries, Configuration - SitePoint PHP

MySQL is still the world's most popular relational database, and yet, it's still the most unoptimized - many people leave it at default values, not bothering to investigate further. In this article, we'll look at some MySQL optimization...Show More Summary

PHP 7.1.11 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.1.11. This is a bugfix release, with several bug fixes included. All PHP 7.1 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source downloads of PHP 7.1.11 please visit our downloads page, Windows source and binaries can be found on Show More Summary

PHP 5.6.32 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.32. This is a security release. Several security bugs were fixed in this release. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version.For source downloads...Show More Summary

PHP 7.2.0 Release Candidate 5 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 RC5. This release is the fifth Release Candidate for 7.2.0. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary

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