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PHP Articles Report February 2017 Edition

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This is the February 2017 edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP articles published recently.

In this edition they discuss articles about the fastest method to evaluate the performance of a PHP Web application hire a server that can handle its needs in terms of CPU, RAM and disk, sending postal mail and cheques using an API, gamify a site the site link secret path, parsing and converting text with an amount in English to the respective number, and a simple tutorial on how to use MySQL with PDO in PHP 7.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these PHP articles.




Introduction

This is the latest podcast hangout episode on the latest PHP Articles and book reviews published on the PHP Classes site.

You may listen to the audio recording, or watch the hangout video below.


Latest Articles

PHP Tutorial on How to Convert English Words to Numbers (1:03)

PHP Site Gamification Using a Secret Path (4:48)

Simple Tutorial on using MySQL with PDO that works with PHP 7 (7:21)

The Fastest Method to Evaluate Tune the Performance of Any PHP Web Application Server using MySQL or PostgreSQL (11:10)

Tutorial on Sending Postcards, Letters and Checks by Postal Mail Using LOB REST API using PHP (14:21)

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