I have seen a couple of articles about how to integrate external libraries to debug our PHP code (i.e. firePHP) but after you read this article you will realize that there is no need for such libraries when using Yii.
This config is built on an Ubuntu 11.04 server.
Software is nginx, php-fpm (php5-fpm).
For performance, it's recommended to run php-fpm in SOCKET mode, instead of accessing via IP:PORT. That is the method shown below.
I needed British (dd/mm/yyyy) formatted dates throughout my application but found it very difficult to find examples of how to do this - until I found this excellent forum post http://www.yiiframework.com/forum/index.php?/topic/3649-dealing-with-i18n-date-formats/
Sometimes it would be nice if we could run yiic from an action, for example a migrate database button in our admin panel.
Or because you are on a host which doesn't have shell access.
Or maybe you are not allowed run popen or exec.
There is an issue on Yii2 to redirecting / urls to /frontend/web.
In other words we need a way to hidden /frontend/web from addresses.
We will do this without changing Apache configuration and creating virtual host or setting document root (It's good for share hostings that we have not access to apache.conf)
I wanted to keep all the I18N related translations in separate files, so that I would not need to modify the view files or the model files every time I need to update or fix the translations
of application's source language.
Ok, so you have a HTML 5 file input markup on your view and you have enabled multiple attribute to true. You may also be using widgets based on HTML5 input like \kartik\widgets\FileInput. But when you read a file in Yii controller using CUploadedFile (Yii1) or UploadedFile (Yii2), you do not see a list of multiple files that you selected in your view, but only one row. Your HTML markup in your view would be something like this and you don't know why this is not working?
The Advanced PHP Cache is a PHP extension which primarily serves as an opcode cache for PHP. The basic idea is to save PHP from re-evaluating the PHP code to intermediate bytecode on each request. Installing and enabling APC already yields a significant performance benefit. However, APC is not a black box that will magically change all for the better. More over it is important to understand that APC needs memory to operate.