Category Archives: PHP

Next Generation PHP

PHP sees the future of the core Next Generation PHP developers have announced that the next kernel programming language PHP would come from the Next Generation project. Developers worked on the integration of a JIT compiler that improves application performance. … Continue reading

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Google – New programming languages must emerge

Google points out the limits of JavaScript and calls for the emergence of new programming  languages, including its own initiative – Dart For Google, the web applications are likely to exceed desktop applications, provided that developers have at their disposal … Continue reading

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How to set different PHP settings for subdomain / subdirectory?

Normally, your hosting account’s PHP configuration file exist in at /conf/php.ini and the setting applied globally for your account. But if there is need to change the default settings for one of your subdomain or subdirectory then follow these steps: … Continue reading

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Introduction to WordPress Content Management System

History of WordPress CMS Since year 2000, there have been various technological revolutions that have taken great importance in the evolution of Information Technology (IT) and the Internet. However, in the year 2004, the revolution took a shape that had … Continue reading

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Introduction to Joomla Content Management System

History of Joomla CMS On the origins of the WWW or World Wide Web, pages that were designed were static in nature and really simple, the language on which HTML2 rested, did not allow much to do. If you had … Continue reading

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