PHP

What is OPcache and How to Install it?

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.

A Complete Guide to PHP Debugging

If you're using PHP or adopting a PHP application, you need to know how to debug in PHP. In this guide, you will learn certain PHP debugging methods.

How to Find WordPress Performance Bottlenecks

Many factors can cause WordPress to slow down, but you don't need to be a techie to address them. In this article, I'll go over the most frequent bottlenecks that slow down WordPress and show you how to fix them with Atatus.

PHP Profiling: Find Slow Code in Your Application

Profiling tools keep track of essential details like how long statements and functions take to run, how many times they're called, and so on. The output can be examined to determine where bottlenecks exist.

How to Log to Console in PHP and Why Should You Do It

In this article, we'll show you how to log to the console in PHP, why it's a good idea to log to console in PHP, and how it's just as simple as logging to the console with JavaScript. So you may enjoy the powerful web programming language like PHP.

A Guide To PHP Performance Monitoring

PHP is one of the most popular programming languages for building web applications. With the complexity of today's web applications, it's vitally important to monitor our applications for performance issues.

Monitor your entire software stack

Gain end-to-end visibility of every business transaction and see how each layer of your software stack affects your customer experience.