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Swoole PHP network framework

Swoole – a popular PHP network framework, has been enabled on our platform

Swoole – one of the most efficient PHP network frameworks, has been enabled on our servers. Learn more about the Swoole framework and about how you can use it on our platform.

How to increase php security

How to strengthen the security of your PHP code

Check out our selection of proven tips for strengthening your web environment and keeping the PHP configuration less susceptible to malicious activities.

Suhosin support enabled on our platform

The Suhosin security extension now supported on our platform

Suhosin – a popular PHP security extension that effectively protects against potential pitfalls in your application’s code, has been enabled on our platform.

php 7 released officially

PHP 7.0.0 on the table officially

The long-anticipated and heatedly debated new stable version of PHP – PHP7, is finally here. Learn more about it from our blog.

PHP 5.7 with all chances to become PHP 7

PHP 5.7 (PHPNG) has been updated to the latest bug-fix version. The PHP community is giving out signals that PHP 5.7 is actually a herald of the new production version – PHP 7, which is due later this year.

PHP 5.6.0

The new official PHP version (5.6.0) is now installed on all our servers

The PHP Development Team announced PHP 5.6.0 as the new official PHP release today. Check out the new features, compatibility changes and improvements in PHP 5.6.0.

PHP NG enabled on our servers

PHP NG now enabled on our servers for development purposes

PHP NG has been enabled on all our servers for development purposes. This is expected to be the new release candidate in 2015 because of its amazing memory consumption & performance gains.

Just a few days after it was officially announced by the PHP development team, the latest bugfix-only release of PHP 5.6.0 is now available on all servers within our hosting network. This is the third-in-a-row Release Candidate version of PHP 5.6.0, which accumulates all bug fixes that have been reported by the large PHP community worldwide. The latest version boasts a wide range of improvements and brand new features that are aimed at making PHP much safer and easier to work with. Here is a list of the key new features included in the new release: - added support for constant scalar expressions - numeric and string literals and/or constants are now allowed in static-value contexts, such as constant and property declarations or default function arguments. - variadic functions via ‘...’ - the variadic functions can now be implemented through the ‘...’ operator, instead of the func_get_args() function. - аrgument unpacking via ‘…’ - the аrrays and traversable objects can be unpacked into argument lists when calling functions through the ‘...’ operator. - exponentiation via ‘**’ - a right associative ** operator and a **= shorthand assignment operator have been added to support exponentiation. - use function and use const - the use operator now supports importing functions (via the use function construct) and constants (via the use const construct), apart from classes. - phpdbg - PHP now includes an interactive debugger called phpdbg, which is implemented as a SAPI module. - default character encoding - the default_charset is now used as the default character set for functions that are encoding-specific, such as htmlspecialchars(). The default value for this setting is UTF-8. - large file uploads - files larger than 2 gigabytes in size are now supported. - SSL/TLS improvements - peer verification is enabled by default, support for certificate fingerprint matching is now included, mitigation against TLS renegotiation attacks is activated; many new SSL context options, which allow better control over the protocol/verification settings when using encryption, are included too. You can see a full list of the new features and functionalities of the new PHP 5.6.0 release here: All PHP users are encouraged to try out the new version carefully, and to report any bugs in the bug tracking system - The next Release Candidate version of PHP 5.6.0 is expected to be released in mid-August.

PHP 5.6.0 now released on all hosting servers

The latest bugfix-only release of PHP 5.6.0 is now available on all servers within our web hosting network. Learn more on the specificities of this release from our post.

PHP 5.5.5 and PHP 5.4.21 are now available in the Hepsia Control Panel

PHP 5.5.5 and PHP 5.4.21 available in the Hepsia Control PanelWe have update the PHP versions we offer to the latest releases – PHP 5.5.5, PHP 5.4.32 and PHP 5.3.27. Learn more in the latest blog post.

PHP 5.5 and PHP 5.4.15 available in the Hepsia Control Panel

PHP 5.5 and PHP 5.4.15 available in the Hepsia Control PanelPHP 5.5 and PHP 5.4.15 are now available in the Hepsia Control Panel. Find out more about PHP 5.5 in our latest blog post.

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