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    For at present the first beta version of PHP 7.0 was released with new characteristics. After years of discussion about the nature of PHP 6, it was decided last year to skip this language version and the same one to publish PHP 7. The move was justified by the fact that there were a number of failed attempts for a version 6, which could provide with users now in view of the realignment of confusion.

    PHP 7 will be released later this year November 12, 2015. The new PHP is compared to its predecessor be much faster under the version number 5.6. Therefore, in announcements of up to twice the speed of the speech, compared to PHP 5.0 the next PHP is probably even 14 times faster. It will ultimately be interesting how the revised engine with Facebooks HHVM (Hip Hop Virtual Machine) can hold their own, their performance results had led to the current developments.

    PHP 7 is also 64-bit capable; New operators such as zero Coalescing (??) and Combined Comparison (<=>) should also allow for a more compact notation of complex algorithms. The backwards compatibility to PHP 5.x is intended to be preserved, developed with PHP 4.x systems have to be replaced, however, since you said goodbye to some older and no longer supported APIs.
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    Re: PHP 7.0 First Beta version released

    PHP 5.6 is stable version itself. Actually, I was waiting for the 6 as many suggested that it would be the most stable version for shared servers. But anyway, let’s see what PHP 7 offers to hosting industry.

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      Re: PHP 7.0 First Beta version released

      Originally posted by Irene9001 View Post
      PHP 5.6 is stable version itself. Actually, I was waiting for the 6 as many suggested that it would be the most stable version for shared servers. But anyway, let’s see what PHP 7 offers to hosting industry.
      The performance improvements in PHP 7 are significant. I am really looking forward to its final release, which will apparently come by the end of the year. The reason to skip PHP 6 is not just the confusion it might represent, but also many PHP 6 books were sold (yes, while PHP 6 was very early pre-release software at the time!)
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        Re: PHP 7.0 First Beta version released

        Originally posted by Ben View Post
        The performance improvements in PHP 7 are significant. I am really looking forward to its final release, which will apparently come by the end of the year. The reason to skip PHP 6 is not just the confusion it might represent, but also many PHP 6 books were sold (yes, while PHP 6 was very early pre-release software at the time!)
        I am also optimistic about the PHP 7 release. But the thing that surprise me every-time, why PHP has so many branches? It is not just PHP there are whole swing of other applications too, for an instance WordPress. It seems like they are making their lifetime too short. Is it really makes sense? I mean why they don’t provide stable version for a longer time-span?

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