PHP 7 – what’s new and feature spotlight

You might already know that PHP 7 is now a stable release. PHP 7 is a new major version, still it has very few backward incompatible changes. However, lots of functions have been deprecated. This is the most important version update for PHP since the release of PHP 5 in the year of 2004. Drastic performance… Continue reading PHP 7 – what’s new and feature spotlight


Why I’m writing this? Obviously, because I’m a PHP programmer 🙂 and I felt how hard it is to decide which bundle (LAMP stack) should be used. I’ve worked on Linux back in 4-5 years ago, then Windows for a long time, and currently working on Mac platform. I’ve used all these three bundles over… Continue reading XAMPP vs WAMP vs MAMP

Some useful htaccess rules

htaccess is basically a directory level configuration file for Apache based web servers. It allows you to set different decentralized configuration directives per directory and all sub-directory wide. You can say it an access control configuration file. htaccess works differently in CGI, fCGI, and Apache Module modes. Below are some useful htaccess rules that we… Continue reading Some useful htaccess rules