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Examples of PHP coding tips and best practices provided in a deep dive webinar on the PHP coding best practices which help with security.

The post PHP Coding Best Practices – Webinar Recap appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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Since its inception, Zend Technologies, and later Rogue Wave Software, has been single-handedly leading and sponsoring the Zend Framework project. Over the years, Zend Framework has seen wide adoption across the PHP ecosystem, with an emphasis on the Enterprise market. It has formed the basis of numerous business application and services including eCommerce platforms, content […]

The post Zend Framework transitions to the Linux Foundation appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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Recap of the best practices every development team should follow to ensure the security of their web applications.

The post Webinar recap: Web security best practices for PHP appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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Drawing on a recent poll, this blog post examines why PHP users have not upgraded to PHP 7+ - and explains why they should.

The post Why development teams aren’t upgrading to PHP 7 – and why they should appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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Discover the benefits of augmenting existing applications with PHP-custom scripts.

The post Augmenting third-party solutions with PHP-custom applications appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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An effective approach to resource monitoring for PHP on the IBM i platform is to take advantage of the monitoring capabilities that are part of Zend Server. This blog introduces those capabilities and shows how monitoring can be configured.

The post Monitoring PHP on IBM i appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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If you’re using PHP on the IBM i platform, you also have Zend Server installed, so why not use it?

The post PHP on IBM i – so much more than you think! appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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The importance of understanding long-term support (LTS) for PHP and the implications and benefits of upgrading Zend Server (and therefore PHP) cannot be overstated! Let’s first talk about LTS It’s important to understand that there are two ways of getting updates for PHP, one being the community and the other being Rogue Wave Software Zend. […]

The post The importance of PHP long-term support for IBM i users appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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This post offers an understanding of the IBM PASE architecture that facilitates both the execution of open source solutions and the leveraging of the ILE by those solutions.

The post What is IBM PASE and how does it relate to open source solutions? appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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What would it take to attract and keep IT professionals to the IBM i platform?

The post How do we attract new IT talent to IBM i? appeared first on The Zend Blog.

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