Peachpie joins the .NET Foundation

Posted on July 25, 2017, in category Announcement, Information, News, tags: , , ,

We have some exciting news to share. The Peachpie project has officially joined Microsoft’s .NET Foundation. This article will explain what this means for us and for the community.

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Argument Unpacking in .NET

Posted on July 5, 2017, in category Announcement, Information, News, tags: , , , , , ,

This week, our article will include two topics: we shine the spotlight on the newly implemented feature of argument unpacking and on this occasion, we would also like to introduce the new compatibility matrix in our Wiki.

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Optimizing PHP Code with Peachpie – Part 1

Posted on June 21, 2017, in category Benchmark, Information, tags: , , , , , , ,

Optimizations are one of the great advantages of compilers and just-in-time compilers, and one of the key features of Peachpie. In this post we’ll show you that with Peachpie we achieve far more than “just” compatibility with a significant amount of existing PHP code and great possibilities of interoperating between PHP and .NET.

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The Latest Peachpie Analytics

Posted on June 13, 2017, in category News, tags: , , , , , ,

We have been working on additional diagnostics and analytics tools in Peachpie, which you can use in our Visual Studio Code extension now. This article describes the latest features.

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Trip Report: Microsoft Build 2017

Posted on May 30, 2017, in category Information, News, tags: , , , , ,

Things have been a little quiet around the Peachpie project for a few weeks, but there is a good reason for that; we were invited to attend one of the biggest IT conventions in the world: Microsoft Build. Here are our thoughts about it.

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What’s New in Peachpie 0.7.0

Posted on April 26, 2017, in category Announcement, Information, News, tags: , , , , , , , ,

After some work around the usage of Peachpie, we got back to implementing core functionalities in the compiler itself. We are edging closer towards completing the project in its initial form and being able to run full real-world applications.

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