Aggregated PHP related news for developers.

‹ First  < 359 360 361 362 363 >  Last ›

Percona University at Washington, D.C. – Sept. 12

Following our events earlier this year in Raleigh, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Toronto and Portland, we bring Percona University to Washington, D.C. on September 12.This free one-day technical education event will cover many MySQL ecosystem technologies, including: Percona Server, MariaDB, MySQL 5.6, Percona XtraDB Cluster, Tungsten Replicator, Percona XtraBackup, MySQL Cluster and Percona Toolkit. We also will learn about Apache Hadoop and how it can be most successfully used with MySQL environments.Matt…

2013-08-15 01:00:18 by MySQL Performance Blog

MySQL 5.7: Introducing the Performance Schema tables to monitor Replication

MySQL-5.6 was our best release ever and we are happy to see people praising it. This motivates us to work even harder for our next release. MySQL-5.7.2 DMR is out and we have already got a number of MySQL replication features. Below is a list of these features with linked to the blogs written by their implementer themselves:    - mysqlbinlog idempotent mode    - mysqlbinlog --rewrite-db option    - Dump thread does not take binary log lock    - Lossless…

2013-09-21 12:39:00 by Shivji Kumar jha

Updating MySQL using official repositories

The announcement of the MySQL Yum repositories was a long overdue request on my wish list. While it was possible to find MySQL at it was not the GA version MySQL 5.6. (As I write this post, I check and find that indeed it now appears this may be possible I have previously installed MySQL 5.6.13 via rpms downloaded from MySQL Downloads, so I expected the upgrade to be straightforward. Following Chapter 3. Upgrading…

2013-11-05 17:21:12 by Ronald Bradford

It's all about bugs fixed: MySQL 5.6.14

Most of MySQL gurus and famous users are probably in San Francisco now, getting ready for fun at MySQL Connect. Part of that fun should come from the announcement of great new MySQL 5.6.14 release (that somewhat silently happened yesterday).I am sitting at home though and I've seen at best 3 sunny days in September. The rest of the time it rains, so hardly I can do anything more funny and useful than review of MySQL bug reports even during my weekend. Let me try to tell you what MySQL 5.6.14 is…

2013-09-21 07:06:50 by Valeriy Kravchuk

FromDual.en: MySQL Environment MyEnv 1.0.1 has been released

FromDual has the pleasure to announce the release of the new version 1.0.1 of its popular multi-instance MySQL Environment MyEnv. You can download MyEnv from here. In the inconceivable case that you find a bug in MyEnv please report it to our Bugtracker. Any feedback, statements and testimonials are welcome as well! Please send them to If you have questions about MyEnv we will answer them in the MyEnv forum. Upgrade from 1.0 or 1.0.x to 1.0.y # cd /home/mysql/product # tar…

2013-11-05 10:03:55

Cracking Wi-fi Networks WEP Encryption Using Aircrack -ng

Cracking Wi-fi networks WEP encryption using Aircrack-ng

2013-09-15 10:15:00

Tuts+ & Envato Are Coming to the UK

We’re excited to let you know that we’re currently planning our first Tuts+ and Envato meetup in the UK! We’ll have a great venue, some exciting goodies to give away, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet various Envato staff (as well as fellow Tuts+ readers!). If you’re interested in joining us, read on to find out how you can RSVP, and help us choose the meetup location.What’s Happening?Although Envato has organized plenty of meetups to date (in places such as Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur,…

2013-08-26 19:00:34

New in Symfony 2.4: Limiting Session Metadata Writes

Contributed by Adrien Brault in #9119. Today's blog post is as easy as it can get, as this new feature comes with a dedicated cookbook entry in the Symfony documentation. In Symfony 2.4, the new framework.session.metadata_update_threshold setting lets you define a certain amount of time between two session writes when nothing (except the metadata) changes in your session. Setting it to a large value helps with performance, but at the same time, it can lead to sessions being garbage collected too…

2013-11-05 02:18:00

Implementing Remote Validation in MVC

Validating MVC fields at by ajax call on controller without posting form data.

2013-10-17 08:47:00

A Visual Studio Solution Cloner

Creates copies of a Visual Studio C++ or C# solution.

2013-10-17 08:28:00

‹ First  < 359 360 361 362 363 >  Last ›

Suggest a Feed

If there's a feed you like and use and would prefer to see it here just bang the URL in below and we'll add it...providing we can. We'll email you when it's in - then we'll delete your email address...promise.

Feed url:

How it Works

We have developed links to a range of existing feeds because we found getting up-to-date and relevant news on PHP and Web Development fairly fragmented.

We use an algorithm based around likes and tweets over time to try and rank popular and most recent articles first.

This should keep the news fresh and always changing. We would love to get your feedback on improvements or additions, just let us know here: