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Ever thought about writing a plugin for WordPress in C#? We did, and this is how it would look like:

https://www.peachpie.io/2017/10/wordpress-plugin-csharp.html
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PHP components as NuGet packages for your .NET projects? Only with Peachpie.

http://www.peachpie.io/2017/08/php-nuget-pack.html
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Compiling PHP do .NET Core with Peachpie - PHP Compiler - running in part of ASP.NET Core pipeline, on Docker
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Peachpie.io gets a new look
No benchmarks this week, but we do have a few announcements. Not only about the technology itself, but also about the infrastructure that surrounds it. New website up and running We have mostly been preocupied with the compiler itself and we stuck to the we...
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What Happens when PHP Static Fields are Compiled to .NET
Another week, another microbenchmark. This time around, we would like to talk a little bit about static fields in PHP as opposed to .NET, and to show what happens when they are compiled to .NET. Static Fields In the context of PHP fields, the meaning of a "...
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Foreach and Other Planned Work from PHP to .NET
Last week we introduced the recently implemented include functionality and benchmarked how Peachpie fares with it compared to standard PHP. This week we would like to present another newly included feature and to show what else we will be working on in the ...
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How .NET Handles PHP Static Local Variables
Moving on down the roadmap, we are implementing more and more PHP functionalities into Peachpie compiler. This week, we would like to introduce a particularly popular one - Static Local Variables. Static Local Variables in PHP The benefits of Peachpie compi...
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The .NET Effect - Microbenchmarking of Include
We previously talked about the include/require functionality, which we recently managed to implement in Peachpie. Now we decided to put the compiler to the test and benchmark the include function against standard PHP and Phalanger. The 'Include' Function Sc...
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Peachpie Edging Closer Towards PHP Compatibility
As we continue working on Peachpie compiler, which can be seen on our roadmap , there are more and more new functionalities and features every day. With each update, Peachpie learns to handle a set of new things and becomes increasingly compatible with the ...
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Working towards PHP interoperability with .NET
After making an appearance on Microsoft's "On .NET" live stream to discuss Peachpie, we have been busy working on the compiler itself. One of the aspects we have particularly been focusing on is the PHP interoperability with .NET, where we have been making ...
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