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 »
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 »
Recently, we released Zend Framework 2.5.0, which features a big change: we split the framework into separate components. Starting with this version, Zend Framework has become a metapackage container that aggregates the components via composer. If you go to the zendframework/zf2 repository, you will no longer see any code; the new repository contains a minimal structure with a composer.json resembling… Read more »
The latest Zend Server 8 on Amazon Web Services Marketplace (8.0.1) introduces some exciting new features tailored for Amazon Web Services users. We received a lot of feedback from users over the past few months, and many of the new features are a direct result of this feedback. Please keep sending us anything you’ve got via all the available channels. We… Read more »
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