The Peachpie project is finally at a point where it can be used for real world purposes and applications. This article will show some more advanced interoperability options that are now available for you to try.

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There are many obvious advantages of running compiled PHP on .NET, such as higher performance, using .NET libraries and services or being able to develop cross-platform applications. This article will try to introduce a more subtle benefit that may be harder to grasp, but is one of the most compelling ones: security.

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There has already been a considerable progress in the Peachpie project in 2017, as many new functionalities were implemented. Therefore, we upped the version of Peachpie compiler to 0.4.0-Preview.

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As we are taking a short break from working on Peachpie due to other obligations, not much progress has been made on the project itself. We would, however, like to touch on a very important aspect of getting the maximum out of your applications: choosing the right web server.

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Last week we made a second appearance on Microsoft’s Channel 9 show “On .NET” to give an update on the progress we have been making with Peachpie compiler. As discussed in the livecast, we were quite interested in examining the performance differences of ASP.NET versus ASP.NET Core.

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It has been a while since our last article, as we have been working on integrating the ASP.NET Core pipeline into Peachpie compiler. This opens up a whole host of new possibilities, which we would like to demonstrate in this blog post.

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As announced in the last blog post, there has been some major progress in the development of the Peachpie platform over the last couple of weeks. Peachpie is now capable of running compiled PHP applications on IIS and on the Microsoft Azure cloud.

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No benchmarks this week, but we do have a few announcements. Not only about the technology itself, but also about the infrastructure that surrounds it.

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Read about what happens to PHP static fields when compiled to .NET.

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Last week we introduced the recently implemented include functionality and benchmarked how Peachpie fares with it compared to standard PHP. This week we would like to present another newly included feature and to show what else we will be working on in the coming weeks.

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