PHP

scout

Monitor a Laravel app with Scout

Last month we talked about the PHP monitoring landscape in 2019 and announced that Scout APM would soon be available for monitoring your Laravel applications too (as well as your Ruby, Python and Elixir apps of course!). Now that our PHP monitoring agent is ready for beta testing, we thought it would be a good idea to show you folks how easy it is to get started with it and to highlight the main features to the Laravel community.

stackify

A Guide to Streams in PHP: In-Depth Tutorial With Examples

You’ve already used PHP streams in your PHP development. However, they’re transparent, so you may not have noticed them. Streams are powerful tools. In this article, you’ll learn to harness the power of streams in your PHP development and take your applications to the next level. Streams provide on-demand access to data. This means you don’t need to load the entire contents of your dataset into memory before processing can start.

scout

2019 PHP Monitoring Options

There is no denying the popularity of PHP. It has been a constant force in the web development world since its release way back in 1995. And now in 2019, thanks to Laravel, it is still going as strong as ever! Here at Scout, recently we have been working hard on providing a PHP performance monitoring agent to sit alongside our existing ruby, python and elixir agents.

zenaton

Getting started with Zenaton in a PHP Laravel project

One of our main goals when building Zenaton is to make sure our product is simple to use. We believe what is important to you is your business logic and that you should be able to start working on complex business workflows without having to dive into deep technical documentation first. If you’re currently building software using PHP and the Laravel framework, we’re going to walk you through getting started with Zenaton.

tideways

A New and Improved Application History

Tideways history functionality is still mostly based on the features available 4 years ago, before we introduced Services and Environments, Downstream Layers and many others. Time for a redesign of the history to include support for all the features and data that are available now. By using the UI elements from the performance overview our we also introduce a familiar look and feel, where the previous history screen used its own widgets.

stackify

PHP vs Python: Which Should You Choose in 2019?

There are dozens of great languages to learn. Today we’ll be breaking down the differences between two of the best: PHP vs Python. Which one is best for your application? Which is going to give you the best return on your development time? We’ll pit these two head-to-head and find out which is the best choice for you.

tideways

Use Tideways for applications of all sizes with the new Flex plan

The PHP community is large and diverse in their approach to build and run PHP applications. We have seen hundreds of small applications running on a handful of servers and one product running on multiple clusters and hundreds of servers across the globe. Still, we believe all PHP applications regardless of size benefit from monitoring, profiling and exception tracking functionality.

datadog

How to collect, customize, and analyze PHP logs

PHP logs are not just about errors. You can use logs to track the performance of API calls and function calls, or to count the occurrence of significant events in your applications (e.g., logins, signups, and downloads). Whether you’re operating a microservices architecture or a monolith, implementing a comprehensive PHP logging strategy will allow you to track critical changes in your applications and optimize their performance.

sqreen

Building a dynamic instrumentation agent for PHP

PHP instrumentation can be handled in many ways. When we built our PHP agent at Sqreen we made a series of architectural decisions that enabled us to maximize performance, but also allowed us to access the internals of the language. These methods offer a powerful way to instrument any kind of function, whether directly exposed to PHP users or not.