Archive for the ‘Zend’ Category

How PHP Executes – from Source Code to Render

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Inspired by a recent article on how Ruby code executes, this article covers the execution process for PHP code. Introduction There's a lot going on under the hood when we execute a piece of PHP code. Broadly speaking, the PHP interpreter goes through ...

Running an Elastic LAMP Stack on AWS

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This article introduces what is probably one of the simplest ways of setting up and running an elastic LAMP stack on the cloud - using Zend Server on AWS. Note: to be clear elastic does not refer to ElasticSearch here. More specifically, the workflow ...

Implementing the Range Operator in PHP

We sometimes come across some amazing posts in other locations, and with the permissions of their authors, repost them on SitePoint. This is one such instance. In the post below, Thomas Punt implements the range operator in PHP. If you’ve ever been i...

Easy Continuous Delivery with ContinuousPHP and Zend Server

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The continuous delivery approach aims at making the process of continuously deploying code to production error-free, or at least less error-prone, using automated tasks, tests, builds and deployments. Minimize risk and downtime, maximize quality and va...

How to Build a NASA Photo Gallery with Zend Expressive

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This article was peer reviewed by Abdul Malik Ikhsan and Matthew Weier O’Phinney. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! In this article, we are going to use Zend Expressive to build a photo ga...

Debugging WordPress on Azure with Z-Ray

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We all know that WordPress is an amazingly rich, extendable and simple platform. That’s probably one of the reasons it powers so much of the web today. But in some cases this richness can be the downfall of your site. If you load too many plugins, fo...