Archive for the ‘Changelog’ Category

What’s New and Exciting in PHP 7.1?

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The PHP community has gone viral with the latest PHP 7 announcement and all the goodies it brings to the language. The PHP 7.1 release has more good news and features to offer. This article highlights the most important ones, and you should check PHP R...

What’s New and Exciting in PHP 7.1?

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The PHP community has gone viral with the latest PHP 7 announcement and all the goodies it brings to the language. The PHP 7.1 release has more good news and features to offer. This article highlights the most important ones, and you should check PHP R...

Contributing to PHP: How to Fix Bugs in the PHP Core

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Previously, we covered contributing to PHP’s documentation. Now, we will be covering how to get involved with PHP’s core. To do this, we will be looking at the workflow for fixing a simple bug in the core. Since submitting new features to PHP has ...

What a Year! Help Us Make 2016 Even Better!

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It’s been a wild ride here at the PHP channel. The peer review program took full swing and produced results so good they resonated across other channels. Our average traffic has continued to gradually rise, and reader engagement is up, too - no doubt...

Learn PHP 7, Find out What’s New, and More

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PHP 7, the next version of the world’s most popular programming language, has been released. We’d love to shoot fireworks and get drunk with our newfound power (seriously, the language is in the true big leagues now, functionality and performance-w...

Re-introducing PDO – the Right Way to Access Databases in PHP

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PDO is the acronym of PHP Data Objects. As the name implies, this extension gives you the ability to interact with your database through objects. Why not mysql and mysqli? The very valid question people ask when confronted by a new technology is simpl...