PHP 8.1 is expected to release on 25 November 2021. Know the updates before the release so that you can make use of it in your project.
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.
During the execution of a PHP application, it is possible for it to generate a wide range of warnings and errors. We'll go through all of the different ways to activate PHP errors and warnings in this tutorial.
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.
If you're not familiar with the term "PHP worker", it's probably because you've never had to use them. They're background processes that run on your server that execute PHP code. Know what they are and what happens when your site does not have PHP workers.
One of the most appealing aspects of being a PHP developer is the abundance of resources and support available, such as development tools. Here are a few PHP performance tools to think about when developing your PHP application.
To help solve the debugging problem in PHP, here's a primer on what debugging is and its techniques, how they work, and what makes them different. Look into the blog for detailed illustration with simple examples and know more about it.
With PHP 8, there are a number of new features that make it a great fit for large-scale enterprise applications, including web services and micro-services. Here we have discussed the new features released recently.