Setting up MediaWiki on .NET with Peachpie

Posted on February 26, 2018, in category Announcement, News, Tutorial, tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

The Peachpie compiler platform has already proven to be able to run massive real world applications without modifications. We have already tested WordPress, an older version of CodeIgniter and PHPUnit, but now it’s time for another massive PHP project: MediaWiki. What is Peachpie? Peachpie is a complete re-implementation of the PHP language to be executed […]

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Posted on January 27, 2018, in category Announcement, News, Snippets, tags: , , , , , , ,

We have recently come across a phenomenal tool that illustrates the power of Roslyn. And we immediately knew we had to make it work with Peachpie.

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First WordPress benchmark

It’s been a while since we produced any benchmarks, so it’s time to put Peachpie to the performance test again. And it’s not going to be a small one – this time, we will benchmark an entire real world application in WordPress.

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Maintaining backward compatible Peachpie and PHP code simultaneously

Posted on January 18, 2018, in category Information, tags: , , , , , , , ,

When you consider transforming your PHP code to .NET using Peachpie, you’ll probably worry about backward compatibility and the development process itself, or whether you can maintain both platforms within a single code base. Here is why you don’t have to.

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Introducing Peachpie 0.9

Posted on January 16, 2018, in category Announcement, News, tags: , , , , , , , ,

Lots of changes have been made to the Peachpie project this year already. So much so that we reached the next milestone in our roadmap and thus upped the version to 0.9. This article will explain what’s new and what’s still to come.

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2017 Wrap-up

Posted on 28, 2017, in category Information, tags: , , , , , ,

As 2017 is drawing to a close, let’s take a look back at the progress we made this year and preview what you can expect in the next year.

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