Posts marked with “php 5.3”

PHP 5.3.3 and 5.2.14 are out

by · July 26, 2010


July 22 has seen the release of two new versions of PHP – the innovator 5.3.x and the previous 5.2.x. There are interesting news for both these new releases.


PHPDOCX: generating Word documents from PHP

by · July 21, 2010


PHPDOCX is a PHP library that allows its client code to generate Microsoft Word documents in the .docx format from PHP scripts, or to output PDF and HTML from a given Word document.


The state of PHP 5.3 support

by · June 9, 2010


If I want to use PHP 5.3 right now on my development box or server, which platform should I choose?


Lithium framework announces interim release, now at 0.9.5

by · May 3, 2010


The Lithium framework continues to make great strides, and project lead Nate Abele has announced that Lithium has hit version 0.9.5, an interim release.


Lithium continues rapid pace, hits 0.8

by · April 2, 2010


Continuing with their lightning-fast development, the Lithium team releases Lithium 0.8.


PHP 5.3 namespaces for the rest of us

by · March 29, 2010


The introduction of namespaces in PHP 5.3 is bringing a new concept in the PHP world, and knowing how to leverage the new features is important for writing concise and readable code.


Zend Framework 2.0 Taking Shape

by · March 11, 2010


There’s been lots of buzz about Zend Framework 2.0 recently, and for good reason: the feature list is truly kick-ass. With dozens of proposed changes, the second iteration of the web’s most popular framework is looking to be considerably better, more efficient and easier to use than the first, while still offering the functionality that framework users have come to expect.


Fat-Free, a new PHP framework

by · February 26, 2010


Fat-Free Framework is a new minimalistic yet very functional PHP framework. It supports PHP 5.3, and requires no additional extensions other than the core extentions shipped with PHP. It sets itself apart by trying to be usable, not the usual.


Zend Framework 1.10.2, and a glimpse at 2.0

by · February 25, 2010


With the 1.10.2 maintenance release now available, the Zend Framework community is now turning its attention to the 2.0 release. Among the new features planned are namespaces, autoloaders and even a discussion on git vs. subversion.


Free Webcast Today: Migrating to PHP 5.3 with Stefan Priebsch

by · July 31, 2009


The latest webcast in our free summer series will take place today at 1PM ET.