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

October 20, 2014

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The latest Zend Studio 12 Early Access contains partial 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 […]

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

July 15, 2014

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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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Zend Server 7 is coming!

June 20, 2014

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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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Set up a Complete PHP Environment on Linux with Vagrant

September 10, 2013

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Guest Post by Ran Argaman This post will explain how to install a fully functional Linux PHP environment using Vagrant and Oracle’s VirtualBox on a windows host machine. “Host” stands for the machine that the virtual machines are running on, not necessary to be a physical machine. We will use Microsoft’s Windows 7 on this […]

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Guest Post : PHP’s Remarkable Hexadecimals

August 23, 2013

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Guest Post by Sharon Lee Levy, ZCE Intro During the past year, I have been giving a presentation whose title varies between “PHP: Numerics and Wizardry” and “PHP: Quirks, Gotchas & Wizardry” Both talks discuss among other topics, hexadecimal support in PHP.  While it is true that the use cases for hexadecimals are less frequent […]

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