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495. Developing for PHP Scalability using Web Application Performance Testing of a Load

Updated on: 2016-12-13

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If your web site project is expected to handle many concurrent requests, then you must develop with scalability in mind, so you can eliminate or minimize down time.

While there are many facets to scalability, load testing is how you prove your concept in development instead of crossing your fingers and hoping everything works out in production.

Learn some of the basic concepts behind load testing, like bottlenecks, scaling, concurrent virtual users and instantaneous peak.

Read this article learn how to perform proper Web site load testing with the WAPT tool.


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493. PHP Performance Comparison and Evolution 2016 and 2017 with Speed Benchmarks from PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 7.1 with OpCache and PHP 8 or PHP 7.2 with a PHP JIT

Updated on: 2017-01-17

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Since its creation in 1994 by Rasmus Lerdorf, the PHP language has gone through many improvements. Performance is one of the main criteria developers consider when they evaluate upgrading to a newer version.

Read this article to learn how performance improved across the latest PHP versions starting from PHP 5 up to the latest developments, including the recent version 7.1 with opcache optimizations, as well as the experimental JIT branch that will be become part of PHP 8 or PHP 7.2 the next version.


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485. YouTube Downloader and Converter PHP Script to MP4 and MP3 that is Working in 2016 and 2017 for Any Website

Updated on: 2017-01-18

Posted on: 1 month ago

Many users want to download YouTube videos, either to watch offline or to take backups of their own videos.

Despite it is against YouTube terms of use, many of those users resort to PHP scripts to automate download. However, since YouTube has changed the way their video players work, PHP scripts that worked in the past, do not work anymore.

Read this article to learn about existing PHP scripts that can solve the problem of downloading YouTube videos using PHP in any Website.

As a bonus you may also learn how to search in YouTube for movie trailers of 2018, 2017, 2016, or any other year, as well get more information about movies and TV show episodes from the IMDB site.


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482. Best PHP IDE Comparison of 2017 and 2016 of Editors for Windows, Mac and Linux either Free or Commercial

Updated on: 2017-01-17

Posted on: 2 months ago

Most PHP developers use an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) to become more productive. There several PHP IDEs, some more advanced than others, some are commercial and others are free.

Read this article to compare the features of some of the most popular IDEs being used by PHP developers, so you can decide which one suits you best.


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476. PHP Articles Report October 2016 Edition

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This is the October edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP articles published recently.

In the edition the discuss articles about finding great developer jobs in 2016, implementing non-obvious MySQL optimization tricks, improving the protection of OAuth based applications against user account leaks, how to calculate VAT in PHP for products in any european country, as well several other articles to help software developers to create their own software product businesses.

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472. How to Stream Your PHP Code on Livecoding.tv

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Livecoding.tv is a live streaming platform that allows people to share code, exchange programming experiences, and socialize, while improving their code.

Read this article to learn how you can expose your PHP programming skills while you program live, as well how you can embed your recording live streaming videos in PHP Classes, so other PHP Classes users can learn how you are doing your work.


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465. PHP Articles Report September 2016 Edition

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This is the September edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently.

They commented on articles about logging events and show them with nice graphs, getting currency exchange rates for the present or any past date, getting PHP jobs in high growth companies, using error monitoring services, generating SQL to install database schemas, and several articles and videos to help developers create software product businesses.

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452. Fast PHP Comet Chat System Tutorial

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Comet is a form of communicating with a Web server using HTTP requests that do not finish returning a response, so they can continue to communicate to the Web browser.

Read this article to learn how to use the Comet approach to implement a simple Web chat system.


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450. Non Obvious MySQL Index Optimization Tricks part 1

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Every developer knows that adding indexes to database tables may speedup database queries. However, in several circumstances, this may not be the case, and your application may actually get slower when you add indexes.

Watch this short video that is the first part of a talk that teaches what are indexes under the hood, how to determine when you should add indexes to your database tables, when you should not add indexes, and
alternative solutions to optimize MySQL based applications without adding indexes that could slow down your application.


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449. PHP Articles Report August 2016 Edition

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This is the August edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently.

They commented on articles about using the HTTPoxy vulnerability that affects some well known PHP applications, how to use the pthreads extension, and several articles and videos to help developers create software product businesses.

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