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PHP is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. A lot of the applications we pre-install make use of PHP.
Surprisingly, many webhosts do not know how to update their php installations. In the past, we have written tutorials and upgraded PHP for third party webhosts free of charge.
To get most out of your PHP experience, we have compiled a lot of optional PHP extensions that you rarely find elsewhere. On our shared hosting plans PHP is run in fast-cgi mode.
All of our default php installations feature:
- Zend Optimizer to boost the performance of your average PHP script by around 450%.
- Ioncube Loaders
Custom PHP Extensions
If you have a need for a very specific php extension, our server administrators will at first evaluate if it makes sense to offer the extension for all shared hosting customers, if the requirement is too specific, we can make them available with our Virtual Private Servers (VPS) and we can even manage your VPS for you so that you only tell us what you need and we make it happen for you.
Please feel free to send us an email and ask us for the link to our phpinfo or let us know your PHP needs, if this won't convince you, what else could? :)
Seriously: PHP 5.4.15 and PHP 5.3.25 really were released!
We weren't trying to pull an April Fool's Day joke in May. A temporary glitch caused the latest distributions of PHP to not properly propagate to the mirror servers. This has been fixed at the root level, and it's now being distributed to all of the mirrors. We'll take some bacon to go with the egg on our faces, please!
If you continue to experience issues with downloading these versions after 21:00 UTC on 9 May, 2013, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, telling us from which mirror you're trying to download, and we'll get it resolved.
We apologize for the delays and confusion this may have caused, and thank you for using PHP.
PHP 5.5.0RC1 is available
The PHP development team announces the availability of the first release candidate of PHP 5.5.
This release fixes some bugs as well as some possible leaks from our last beta.
THIS IS A DEVELOPMENT PREVIEW - DO NOT USE IT IN PRODUCTION!
You can find an incomplete changelog of PHP 5.5.0RC1 here :
- Ignore QUERY_STRING when sent in SCRIPT_FILENAME in FPM SAPI.
- Fix build with system libgd >= 2.1 which is now the minimal
version required (as build with previous version is broken).
No change when bundled libgd is used.
- Fixed some bugs in SNMP
- Fixed bug where stream_select() fails with pipes returned by proc_open()
on Windows x64).
To get the full changelog, please, check the NEWS file attached to the archive.
For source downloads of PHP 5.5.0RC1 please visit the download page,
Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/qa/.
Note that our release candidate cycle is only meant to bug fixes, no more features will be added to PHP 5.5 from now.
Please help us to identify bugs in order to ensure that the release is solid and all things behave as expected.
Please test this release candidate against your code base and report any problems that you encounter to the
QA mailing list and/or the PHP bug tracker.
We would like to thank all people helping us making PHP better by testing it and reporting problems, as well as all its
contributors for their great work on this 5.5 version of PHP.
PHP 5.4.15 and PHP 5.3.25 released!
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.15 and PHP 5.3.25. These releases fix about 10 bugs aswell as upgrading the bundled libmagic library. All users of PHP are encouraged to upgrade to PHP 5.4.15.
For source downloads of PHP 5.4.15 and PHP 5.3.25 please visit our downloads page, Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/.
The list of changes are recorded in the ChangeLog.
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