|blog post in No Food for Thought||EasyPHP review - not so easy to choose over XAMPP In recent years, I ranted about 2 of the main options for installing a development AMP (Apache, PHP) stack (including Xdebug) on Windows, namely XAMPP and [http|
|blog post in No Food for Thought||Leaving the PHP Framework Interoperability Group Last December, I struggled with documentation tags while using Eclipse with a private PHP project. I eventually realized Eclipse wasn't necessarily the one to blame. [https://github.com/php-fig/fig-st|
|blog post in No Food for Thought||Memory usage of Apache's PHP children processes I ran a PHP benchmark for which I allowed PHP to take as much memory as it wanted. The benchmark worked, but I then realized Apache was using 2 GB of RAM. The parent process was fine, but it turned ou|
|blog post in No Food for Thought||WampServer? Wait! Short version Do not use WampServer. Long version The first time I installed an AMP on Windows, I chose EasyPHP. When I came back to PHP development on Windows, around 2013, I chose WampServer.|
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