October 20, 2014

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PHP 5.6 in Zend Studio 12 Early Access Version (for experimentation only)

The latest Zend Studio 12 Early Access includes support for PHP 5.6. Every user can install the new PHP binaries through the Welcome Screen (Help > Welcome Screen), but note that they are marked as experimental at the moment. You can also easily add your own version of PHP executables. First of all you need […]

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October 13, 2014

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Z-Ray for Zend Server 7

The following is a guest post by Rob Allen I see that Zend Server 7 has now been released. I’ve been running the beta for all my development work for a while now and the main reason is the new Z-Ray feature. Z-Ray is a bar that is injected into the bottom of your page showing lots […]

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September 15, 2014

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Blaming in Zend Studio

Very often when debugging issues I stumble upon a problematic line of code and ask myself “Who added this? When? What purpose for?”. If the source code is maintained in a Git repository then there is a designated Git command – blame – that can greatly help answering these questions. Zend Studio, with the help […]

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August 13, 2014

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Highlighting Breakpoints Like in Zend Studio 5.5

Looking at the feedback we receive, it seems that lots of our long-time users feel nostalgic for the pre-Eclipse era of Zend Studio. Here is one hint how you can bring the look and feel of the latest Zend Studio a little bit closer to the one experienced with the legendary Zend Studio 5.5. In […]

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July 23, 2014

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Zend Server WebAPI spotlight: Continuous Integration

Hey everybody, In this series of spotlight articles I will go over Web API actions that will be useful for implementing Continuous Integration. These Web API actions are those that provide feedback about execution and allow you to move and deploy your application to facilitate testing. Note that this article won’t tell you how to […]

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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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July 15, 2014

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New Zend Studio 11 “Mobilizes” PHP Applications & Boosts Developer Productivity

Newest Zend Studio Version Boosts Eclipse PHP Support, Facilitates Web Service Development and Cloud Deployment, Delivers Ultimate Debugging, and Offers New Pricing Options. Mobilizing PHP Applications Zend Studio 11 makes it easy to create mobile applications on top of existing PHP applications and server back-ends. The new integration with Apigility, an open-source API builder, allows developers to uniquely […]

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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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