With the new PHP 8.2 coming out soon, have you tried checking out its compatibility with your browser yet? Also, watch out for these tips to enhance your browser's performance.
OPcache is an opcode cache that uses shared memory to store precompiled PHP script bytecode for speedier execution. OPcache will speed up PHP-based services, saving you time when building your script.
Error handling in PHP with try-catch blocks is remarkably similar to error handling in other programming languages. The PHP runtime looks for a catch statement that can handle a PHP exception when it is thrown.
A new set of PHP 8 features has been released, including the JIT compiler and matched expressions. Read this blog for more information.
When, Where, and How to use Exceptions and Errors in PHP? Read through about Custom Exceptions, Global Exceptions and Non-Capturing Catches in this blog post with simple examples.