Using C# in PHP and Vice Versa

Posted on February 5, 2019, in category Uncategorized

Interoperability is one of the most valuable use cases of PeachPie: using C# (.NET) classes, interfaces and methods right in PHP code and vice versa. Let’s take a look at individual cases and how to achieve interop with PeachPie.

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What’s new in PeachPie 0.9.31?

Posted on January 28, 2019, in category Information, News, tags: , , , , , , ,

As we make the final preparations before publishing version 1.0, lots of new additions have been made ahead of the latest release of PeachPie. Let’s take a look at what’s new.

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2018 recap

Posted on December 27, 2018, in category Information, tags: , , , ,

It’s been a fruitful year, as we take a look back at 2018 to see what we achieved and forward to 2019 to set our sights on bigger and better things.

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What’s New in PeachPie 0.9.18 – Attributes and Generics

Posted on November 26, 2018, in category Announcement, Information, News, tags: , , , , , ,

We just released PeachPie 0.9.18, which targets some syntax extensions, so that PeachPie can provide more and much needed CLR interoperability features. Extending the syntax does not affect any existing PHP code and only provides developers with more options.

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PeachPie extension for Visual Studio

Posted on November 19, 2018, in category Announcement, Information, News, tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

We’ve had an extension for the lightweight VS Code IDE for quite some time, but now was as good a time as ever to create one for the full Visual Studio.

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How to run PHP on Android with PeachPie

Posted on November 12, 2018, in category News, Tutorial, tags: , , , , , , , ,

One of the key advantages of PeachPie over its predecessor, Phalanger, is that we can also target .NET Core in addition to the full .NET Framework. This allows PeachPie-compiled PHP apps to run on all platforms .NET Core supports, which makes for some pretty funky possibilities.

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