Category: PHP

PHP 5.5.12 and 5.4.28 released and available on ServerGrove

This week the PHP development team released PHP 5.5.12 and 5.4.28. The release contained numerous bug fixes, including an important one for CVE-2014-0185 regarding PHP-FPM. If you run PHP with PHP-FPM we recommend you upgrade ASAP. If you are using our repositories, upgrading is simple. Here are instructions on how to use (or upgrade) our Ubuntu/Debian or CentOS PHP […]

May 01 / 2014
Author Pablo
Category PHP
Comments No Comments

Upcoming Conferences

WeCamp

PHP New Zealand

PHP Summer Camp Croatia

PHPNE

MadisonPHP

brnoPHP

SymfonyLiveLondon

ZgPHP

PHPSouthAfrica

PHPNWUK

SymfonyLiveNYC

PHPForumParis

PHPARG

PHPWorld

TechMeetupUY

SymfonyConMadrid

Running Composer with HHVM, not so fast!

HHVM is an open-source virtual machine developed by Facebook and designed for executing programs written in Hack and PHP. It offers increased performance for PHP, most of the time. You can already use HHVM in ServerGrove servers by using our packages. We have read numerous blog posts and articles suggesting to use HHVM when running […]

April 17 / 2014
Author Pablo
Category PHP
Comments 3 Comments
Tags ,

Upcoming Conferences

WeCamp

PHP New Zealand

PHP Summer Camp Croatia

PHPNE

MadisonPHP

brnoPHP

SymfonyLiveLondon

ZgPHP

PHPSouthAfrica

PHPNWUK

SymfonyLiveNYC

PHPForumParis

PHPARG

PHPWorld

TechMeetupUY

SymfonyConMadrid

Symfony2 components overview: Process

This post covers the Symfony2 process component and is the 11th post from our series on Symfony2 components. The Symfony2 Process component, allows us to execute commands in sub-processes. Installation The recommended way of installing the component is through Composer: If you have never used Composer before check out our Composer 101 post. The component […]

April 16 / 2014

Upcoming Conferences

WeCamp

PHP New Zealand

PHP Summer Camp Croatia

PHPNE

MadisonPHP

brnoPHP

SymfonyLiveLondon

ZgPHP

PHPSouthAfrica

PHPNWUK

SymfonyLiveNYC

PHPForumParis

PHPARG

PHPWorld

TechMeetupUY

SymfonyConMadrid

How GZIP Compression Works

Even in today’s world, with fast networks and almost unlimited storage, data compression is still relevant, especially for mobile devices and countries with poor Internet connections. This post covers the de-facto lossless compression method for compressing text data in websites: GZIP. GZIP compression GZIP provides a lossless compression, that is, we can recover the original […]

April 14 / 2014
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Shared Hosting, VPS
Comments 3 Comments

Upcoming Conferences

WeCamp

PHP New Zealand

PHP Summer Camp Croatia

PHPNE

MadisonPHP

brnoPHP

SymfonyLiveLondon

ZgPHP

PHPSouthAfrica

PHPNWUK

SymfonyLiveNYC

PHPForumParis

PHPARG

PHPWorld

TechMeetupUY

SymfonyConMadrid

Symfony2 components overview: ExpressionLanguage

This is the 10th post in our series on Symfony2 components and we will cover the latest component added to Symfony: the ExpressionLanguage component. This component was added in version 2.4 and  provides a way to have dynamic aspects in static configurations. For example, it can be used to evaluate expressions in configuration files, create a DSL ,or build a business rules […]

April 07 / 2014

Upcoming Conferences

WeCamp

PHP New Zealand

PHP Summer Camp Croatia

PHPNE

MadisonPHP

brnoPHP

SymfonyLiveLondon

ZgPHP

PHPSouthAfrica

PHPNWUK

SymfonyLiveNYC

PHPForumParis

PHPARG

PHPWorld

TechMeetupUY

SymfonyConMadrid