Peachpie compiler itself is up to version 0.5.0 and so we wanted to focus on adding more functionality to our Visual Studio Code extension. This short article explains what is new in the Peachpie extension.
We regularly try to produce samples for everyone to try out how to work with Peachpie compiler. These samples are usually common usecases where we show how to get started with a Peachpie-powered application quickly. In this article, we would like to give a detailed tutorial on how to get the samples working and what you can achieve with them.
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.
We have talked a lot about calling PHP from within C# thanks to Peachpie, but the beauty of this compiler is that the interoperability feature works both ways. In this article, we will take a look at some of the ways you can use C# in PHP.
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.
Peachpie is a compiler of the PHP language to .NET. The project is still in progress, but there is a plethora of interesting usecases for the compiler. This article is a tutorial for some of the more advanced interoperability options between PHP and C# using Peachpie.
As we continue making progress with the development of Peachpie, we have implemented several constructs that demonstrate the benefits of using a PHP compiler to .NET. This week, we would like to show some official PHP benchmarks and explain why this is significant.