If you’re a developer or you follow web development trends, you’re probably aware that a new, major update to PHP was released late last year. You may be wondering if …Continue Reading
Over the years, the PHP programming language has become one of the most popular methods for building dynamic web applications. In November, we will see the release of version 7.4. …Continue Reading
There are many different ways to build a website. A lot of people opt for the ease of use of a Content Management System (CMS), which can be an excellent …Continue Reading
Choosing the right programming language or framework for your next project is always complicated. Ask a dozen developers for their opinion and chances are you’ll get a dozen different answers, …Continue Reading
A few weeks ago we published a WordPress infographic showing the staggering growth of the platform. One of the key statistics in the infographic is that over 11% off all …Continue Reading
In previous blog posts, including our comparison of HHVM vs PHPNG, we talk about how PHP 7 typically beats HHVM by up to 20% and it is up to 100% faster than PHP 5.6 (even though we do need to run our own performance comparisons here at A2 Hosting). These numbers are definitely provide a nice broad overview of the dramatic performance boost and memory efficiency enhancements offered by PHP 7.Continue Reading
If you are not a developer, you probably aren’t familiar with HHVM and PHPNG. If you’re hosting your site with A2 Hosting though, it’s more than likely your site is powered by PHP. The beta version of PHP 7 was just released on Friday so it doesn’t hurt to learn how this new version of PHP can dramatically increase the performance of your site. First we need to step back about 7 years and look at another project called HHVM to get a better idea of the direction of PHP 7 and why PHP developers focused on certain features in this version.Continue Reading
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