Posts Tagged: PHP

Installing PHP 7 on Ubuntu 16.04

In my last post Compiling PHP 7 on CentOS I showed how to compile PHP 7 on CentOS. In this post I will use the basis of that post and transfer the instructions for Ubuntu Linux. This will be a truncated example so if you want the details please refer to that post. This post was also inspired by Lorna Mitchell in her post http://www.lornajane.net/posts/2016/php-7-0-and-5-6-on-ubuntu which she shows how to add ppa repository for multiple php versions, though this a good and quick way, compiling your own PHP you can compile different versions and run these at the same without having to switch and also it is good the learn to compile software ourselves as this gives us control how it is compiled and installed, it is relatively quick as this once learned can be done in 10 minutes and if you write a bash script can be automated too.  Read More ...


How To Use Zend Tool

Before I continue this series I thought I would discuss Zend Tool. This came about when Matthew Setter who has an excellent blog on Zend Framework at Master Zend Framework tweeted me after I wrote 'Hello World Part 1' and asked if I ever use the Zend Tool. Though I don't use it as I have my own coding style which I like to have in all my applications, I can see how it can be useful as with the 'Hello World' series I could of done this in one part with a few lines of code. So with that in this article I will show you how to install the Zend Tool and create your first app with it. This tutorial should be good for Linux and Mac.  Read More ...


Building A Zend Framework 2 Application – Hello World Part 3

This is the final part of our 'Hello World' series. In 'Hello WorldPart 2' we created the Controller, Module classes and set up the module configuration with the 'ServiceManager' and the autoloading. Now it's time to add the views so we can see some results for this. Remember we set up the 'ViewManager' in the module configuration, in our 'template_map' we made reference to four view scripts now we will create those view files.  Read More ...


Building A Zend Framework 2 Application - Installing Zend Framework

The first part of this tutorial is to install the Zend Framework library. For this tutorial I will be using PHP 5.5, but you could use PHP 5.4 but you should not be using anything less as version 5.3 has entered it's end of life now. I am also using an Ubuntu Server 14.04 on a virtual machine (VM), the install is a minimum install with only a SSH server installed so I can reach it via putty, or a terminal window. My method of teaching will be using a non automated way, I believe this will help you have a greater understanding of Zend Framework and installing software in a server environment.  Read More ...


Installing and configuring Mcrypt and JSON for PHP 5.5 in Ubuntu

Ok now I have updated my system to Ubuntu 14.04 from 12.04 there has been a few changes, also if installing from scratch then a couple gotchas will hit you namely to do with PHP 5.5. In their wisdom the json extension has been removed from the PHP 5.5 so to fix this we will have to install it. So as we are talking about Mcrypt as well lets do this all at once.  Read More ...


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