MySQL 8 is the latest and greatest version of MySQL and with the recent news of Ubuntu 16.04 reaching end of life, it’s time to finally upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04. By default, Ubuntu 18.04 comes with MySQL 5.7 available via apt. MySQL 8.0 comes with a lot of new features. Running MySQL 8 with a […]
The April 2021 monthly update on Amezmo. Let’s go over what has changed on Amezmo and what new features are available now.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to log SQL queries in Laravel application. You will create a custom QueryLogger class and bind it to the service container.
Follow this step-by-step guide to increase the max upload size in PHP. A complete analysis of the 3 requirements to increase the max upload size in PHP-FPM and Nginx.
As of December 1st, 2020, all Amezmo customers have been upgraded to hourly billing. Of course, hourly billing is the preferred billing structure for businesses and developers. Continuing with our mission of making PHP hosting and deployment easier for all developers, we’ve listened to your feedback. So long as hourly billing is here, it will […]
Hosting applications for PHP 8 is now available. The Amezmo runtime has been updated to include the latest version of PHP 8. This is an exciting time for us, and the PHP community because this anticipated release includes an array of new features and bug fixes. This post won’t attempt to highlight the new features, […]
On November 21st, 2020, we updated our pricing plans to better reflect the needs of our customers. Effective immediately, customers that have any Pro instances will automatically be switched to the new price which can be seen on the Amezmo pricing page. In addition to lowering the prices for our Pro plan, we’ve introduced an […]
Composer 2 is now supported on Amezmo by default.
Finding the true implementation of a Laravel facade is easy. In this post, we dive into the Laravel Internals to uncover the true implementation of the Mail facade.
Split a string with the explode function in PHP. Why is it called explode anyway?