July 17, 2014

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Zend Server Web API Spotlight: Z-Ray

Hey Everybody, Zend Server 7.0 is released and with it an exciting new feature: Z-Ray. This new feature exposes your application’s inner workings and logic to you, its developer. To say that Z-Ray makes life easier is an understatement but there will be plenty of other blog posts to praise it and show how it […]

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June 25, 2014

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Test Drive the Upcoming Version of Zend Studio

This week we just released the new Zend Studio 11 Beta. With this release, we took into consideration many of your feedback.  But we need your help again. I know you are busy coding but if you have some time to spare, we would appreciate it if you could spend some of it to try out […]

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June 20, 2014

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Zend Server 7 is coming!

Summer is here, and while kids are looking forward to vacation time, we’re looking forward to the official launch of Zend Server 7, our most exciting Zend Server release ever! Why are we so excited? This release contains some of our most innovative features to date, and has something that we think is going to […]

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April 29, 2014

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Zend Server Web API spotlight: Connecting to a Zend Server cluster, part 3

Hey Everybody, In my previous posts in the cluster series, I covered different ways to connect Zend Server directly to a cluster. This method of connection was introduced in Zend Server 6.0.0, giving it the much needed flexibility. Using the direct approach, a server can either create a cluster or connect to an existing cluster and all […]

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March 12, 2014

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Zend Server Web API spotlight: Connecting to a Zend Server cluster part 2

Hey everybody, In a previous post I introduced the serverAddToCluster Web API action which allows us to initiate clusters and join existing ones with Zend Server. That post showed some code and discussed how the clustering process is started; now I will talk about how we should track the progress of our cluster and deal with […]

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February 14, 2014

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Zend Server Web API Spotlight: New in Zend Server 6.3

Hey everybody, I’m taking a brief pause in our scheduled programme of Web API tips and tricks, to let you know about the recently released Zend Server 6.3. I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you about news and additions in Web API version 1.7 for Zend Server 6.3: Web API Samples kit I’ve […]

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February 12, 2014

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Announcing Zend Server 6.3!

We’ve just released the latest version of our platform for Continuous Delivery of applications.  What’s new in Zend Server 6.3? Language and Platform Support Zend Server now supports PHP 5.5. With this release, Zend Server supports production environments on three major versions of PHP: 5.5 (supported for the first time), 5.4, and 5.3.Zend Server 6.3 […]

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February 4, 2014

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Announcing Zend Studio 10.6

We’ve just beefed up our PHP language support! The latest version of Zend Studio now fully supports PHP 5.5. PHP 5.5 support allows you to use features like generators, the finally keyword, new password hashing API, array and string literal dereferencing and more. Support includes content assist and syntax check as well as CLI script […]

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January 30, 2014

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Zend Server Web API spotlight: Connecting to a Zend Server cluster

Hey everybody, Having introduced the basics of Zend Server Web API we can now turn our attention to particular workflows, areas of interest and functionality. In this post, I will show you the basic steps our system goes through to connect to a Zend Server cluster and what happens behind the scenes. We’ll see some […]

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January 23, 2014

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BOOK: Zend Framework 2.0 by Example – Beginners Guide

Zend Framework 2.0 by Example – Beginners Guide PACKT Publishing $49.99 (USD) 208 Pages PACKT Publishing publishes books on lots of open source topics. Often very specific and cutting edge topics. That specificity can make the audience for such a book smaller that the already relatively small market for software development books.  So the price […]

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