|The Weekly Top 10: PHP Web Development Resources|
|Friday, 23 September 2016|
PHP is the topic of this week's round up of blog posts. We have a cheat sheat for upgrading from 5.x to PHP 7, a couple of reports of the improved performance you can expect from doing so and multiple framework comparisons. In short loads to digest for the PHP developer.
A comparison of ten of the most popular PHP frameworks: Pros and cons, top features and specialists' opinions.
The PHP Framework Interoperability Group (PHP-FIG, or just FIG for short) is at a crossroads. At SitePoint's invitation, I'd like to offer a more positive outlook on FIG and the PHP community, and demonstrate why FIG can, and should, continue to have a positive impact on the PHP ecosystem.
If you've done any reading on the benefits of PHP 7, you'll already know that the PHP team have claimed that PHP 7 leads to massive performance improvements, but what effect do these changes have on Joomla? In this article, we aim to find out.
PHP 7 is the next big thing in terms of programming languages. This post will cover the most important things to check on your site before upgrading to PHP 7 from PHP 5.5 or PHP 5.6.
This a common question we hear when it comes to development: if we should use one framework, which one is the best? I am probably going to raise the same debate too through this post, even though my first intention is to avoid it.
The world of PHP frameworks has grown wider in the past few years. This post discusses a few points to consider while choosing a PHP framework.
In our previous blog post we compared the performance between Magento CE 1.9 and Magento CE 2.0. This blog post continues our series of articles about Magento 2 and concentrates on the performance analysis related specifically to PHP 7.
These days, developers need to build complex websites and web apps, and above a certain complexity level, it can take too much time and hassle to always start from scratch. Hence came the need for a more structured, natural way of development. In this post, we carefully handpicked 10 popular PHP frameworks that can best facilitate and streamline the process of backend web development.
This tutorial explains how to install the Nginx web server on Debian 8.
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