Z-Ray Technology Preview Released!

I’m happy to announce the availability of a new version of the Z-Ray Technology Preview! This new version includes new features, extended platform support, installation improvements and bug fixes. Platform Support Following your feedback, and as part of our ongoing effort of making Z-Ray available for as many PHP developers as possible, Z-Ray can now be installed on Mac. So if you’re running Homebrew… Read more »

Announcing Expressive 1.0.0RC1!

Today, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the first release candidate of Expressive, a PSR-7 middleware microframework. Expressive allows you to write PSR-7 middleware applications for the web. PSR-7 is a standard defining HTTP message interfaces; these are the incoming request and outgoing response for your application. By using PSR-7, we ensure that your applications will work… Read more »

Z-Ray for Yii2

Daniel Berman   October 12, 2015   No Comments on Z-Ray for Yii2
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Over the past few months, I’ve been asked quite a lot when Z-Ray would support the Yii2 framework. So here, finally, is the answer – this brief article introduces the new Z-Ray plugin for Yii2 developed by Techies India Inc. First, and as a short reminder to those new to the concept of Zend Server plugins – plugins are basically pieces of… Read more »

Developing Joomla on AWS with Z-Ray

Development in the cloud is all the rage these days and the PHP world is no exception to this rule as more and more developers are opting to move their development work to the cloud and other virtual environments (did I hear someone say Docker?) The workflow detailed below showcases only one of the many options currently available for PHP developers, but… Read more »

Extending Your Eclipse IDE With Zend Studio

Zend Studio has a long history and for all these years the primary way for delivering it was through an installation package. You download a big installation package, extract it and, voilà, you have a PHP IDE ready for use. But what if you want to have the same IDE used for different programming languages, e.g. PHP and Java, or… Read more »

Zend Studio 13 Debugging Improvements

Zend Studio 13 includes a new set of very useful enhancements that make configuring and monitoring PHP debugger settings simpler. Most of the new features described in this article were developed to reduce the amount of possible pitfalls that users may encounter while setting up the debugger configuration in IDE. Smart detection of debugger settings When creating a new PHP… Read more »

Z-Ray Tip #1: Sharing The Wealth

Hi guys. This brief post heralds the beginning of a new blog series with the sole purpose of providing tips on developing with Z-Ray. While Z-Ray boasts a highly intuitive and easy-to-use UI – there are still some shadowy areas that could benefit from a pointer or two. So here goes! This first tip highlights an extremely useful feature in Z-Ray that is probably… Read more »

What’s New in the Zend Studio 13 PHP Editor

The new Zend Studio 13 includes PHP 7 support, and the PHP 7 Express migration assistant to help you migrate your existing PHP code to the upcoming PHP 7 version.  Plus, it adds lots of improvements and new functionalities. We are always working to make the life of PHP developers easier and more productive. With this short article I will… Read more »

Running Drupal on AWS using Zend Server

In this post I’m going to walk you through the steps for creating a new development environment consisting of a Drupal application running on AWS. I’m going to use an EC2 instance with Zend Server and RDS to handle the database part, and the AWS networking functionality to handle networking. First, I’m going to launch a Zend Server instance using… Read more »