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PHP 7 Hosting Overview and Release Date
  • June 29, 2015
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With the recent Alpha release of PHP 7, A2 Hosting is proud to be one of the first providers to offer PHP 7 Hosting. PHP 7 is available on A2 Hosting’s Turbo Web Hosting service. Our PHP Switcher makes it easy to move between multiple PHP versions including PHP 5.1-5.6, and of course PHP 7.

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PHP Devs: Do You Still Inline Your HTML?
  • May 30, 2013
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I’m surprised whenever I look at recently written PHP and see folks are still writing their HTML inline with their code. Perhaps it’s because so many PHP tutorials teach this style, or maybe people just aren’t aware of the advantages of separating it out. If you still write this way, feel free to comment on why. I’ll try to explain the advantages of separating it out here. I won’t get into the details of Model-View-Controller programming here, see that Wikipedia article or a blog post I will probably eventually do about it. But for now I will just plead that you separate out your display HTML from your functional PHP code.

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PHP 5.5 Deprecates MySQL Functions
  • December 19, 2012
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The release of PHP 5.5 has been announced, and it will be deprecating the old standard MySQL functions (such as mysql_query). It’s been known that this was coming for a while, and developers have been encouraged to migrate to MySQLi or PDO, but many haven’t. If you’ve been putting it off, it’s probably time to make the jump before moving to PHP 5.5. Of course the MySQL functions will still work in 5.5 but you’ll have to suppress the deprecated warnings.

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