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JetBrains PhpStorm is a commercial IDE for PHP built on JetBrains' IntelliJ IDEA platform.
Edit php.ini, located at /xampp/php/php.ini if you use XAMPP
Turn the following properties
implicit_flush = On
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
; This switch controls whether Xdebug should try to contact a debug client which is listening on the
; host and port as set with the settings xdebug.remote_host and xdebug.remote_port. If a connection
; can not be established the script will just continue as if this setting was Off.
xdebug.remote_enable = 1
; Type: string, Default value: dbgp
; Can be either 'php3' which selects the old PHP 3 style debugger output, 'gdb' which enables the GDB
; like debugger interface or 'dbgp' - the brand new debugger protocol. The DBGp protocol is more
; widely supported by clients. See more information in the introduction for Remote Debugging.
xdebug.remote_handler = "dbgp"
; Type: string, Default value: localhost
; Selects the host where the debug client is running, you can either use a host name or an IP
xdebug.remote_host = "localhost"
; Type: integer, Default value: 9000
; The port to which Xdebug tries to connect on the remote host. Port 9000 is the default for both the
; client and the bundled debugclient. As many clients use this port number, it is best to leave this
; setting unchanged.
xdebug.remote_port = 9000
Came across this excellent collection of resources (https://github.com/marcelgsantos/learning-oop-in-php) to learn object-oriented programming and related concepts for PHP developers. A lot of tutorials on OOP Fundamentals, OOP Advanced, Object Oriented Design, Design Patterns, Refactoring, Architecture, and more. …
Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick) is offering as for today a relative old version PHP 5.3.3, if you want to have a better version, you’ll have to trust an unofficial APT repository. Here is How Thanks to the NGINX team, you can find nearly the latest version of PHP online at https://launchpad.net/~nginx/+archive/php5 Create a new file php5-ppa.list vi /etc/apt/sources.list.d/php5-ppa.list and depending on the version of your ubuntu, you can replace the word maverick with the oldest oneiric, natty, or the latest lucid …
Impact of Zend Optimizer on PHP PerformanceThe Zend Optimizer FAQ answers the question "Why use the Zend Optimizer?" with this statement: "The standard Zend run-time compiler used by PHP is indeed extremely fast, generating code that is usually 2 to 10 times faster. But an application that uses the Zend Optimizer typically executes another 40% to 100% faster."Read the results of the load test HERE. …
If you consider using PHP on a new server, use nothing else than PHP 5.2.3, it may be a pain to rewrite or patch foreign code, but PHP 5.2 is more secure and 100% faster than PHP4, moreover PHP4 is soon dead! PHP 4 end of life announcement "Today it is exactly three years ago since PHP 5 has been released. In those three years it has seen many improvements over PHP 4. PHP 5 is fast, stable & production-ready …
The Alternative PHP Cache (APC) is a free and open opcode cache for PHP. It was conceived of to provide a free, open, and robust framework for caching and optimizing PHP intermediate code. from http://nl2.php.net/apc Links:http://nl2.php.net/apc http://pecl.php.net/package/APCJoomla! performance testing "For shared hosts you can best make use of APC or eAccelerator" …