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A lot of developers have not made the switch because of certain fears of compatibility issues, migration challenges and the strange awkward feeling that migrating will take away a big chunk of their time. In the first part of this tutorial we learned how to set up a PHP 7 development environment. In the second part of this tutorial , we discussed extensively about all the new features PHP 7 offers and the language constructs and features that have been either removed or deprecated.

This time, we'll show you how you can leverage all the new PHP 7 features when migrating and also the tools that will help to make the process painless! You need to be aware that for the most part, PHP 5. One of the most frustating part of our jobs as software developers is having to work on large old codebases.

In a situation where you are tasked with migrating a large PHP 5. The easiest and most obvious way of migrating is to initially clone the app on your local machine, install PHP 7 and run the app. You can walk through the errors and deperaction warnings shown in the terminal, and manually fix them step-by-step by incorporating PHP 7 features.

This can be very challenging and time consuming. Why can't we automate this process? The reports contain line numbers, issues noted, and suggested fixes along with documentation links. Note: The tool does not fix code. It only gives you reports about all the PHP files in your codebase. Happy fixing! Phan looks for common issues and verifies type compatibility on various operations when type information is available or can be deduced. It tries to aid you as much as possible in resolving these issues, by either providing the exact solution or giving hints on how to solve the issue.

Source: Jetbrains. The image below shows a typical example of an application that has classes with names that are reserved in PHP 7. Building this app will require us to set up a database to store the users, write our registration and login code and manage the users session.

Now, we won't employ the use of any framework because we don't want any form of overhead. Ordinarily, building this app would take a lot of time and setup but there is a service we can use to eliminate the hassle.

Oh, yeah, Auth0 to the rescue! Auth0 provides the simplest and easiest to use User interface tools to help administrators manage user identities including password resets, creating and provisioning, blocking and deleting users.

First thing we'll need to do is sign up for a free Auth0 account and configure a new client. Auth0 offers a generous free tier to get started with modern authentication.

Now head over to clients tab and create a new one choosing 'Regular web Application' as the client type. All of them can be found on the Settings tab of the client that we've just created. All we need is the phpdotenv package for reading environment variables and the auth0-php package that makes it easy to use the Auth0 service. Create a public folder inside the directory add the file app.

Auth0 dashboard: Allowed Callback Urls. We need a file to invoke the dotenv library and load the values that we have deposited in the. Create a new file, dotenv-loader. Finally, let's create the index. Like I mentioned earlier, it's just a basic app so don't be worried about separation of concerns. This is where we require the dotenv loader and composer autoloader. The autoloader makes it possible for us to import any class from the PHP packages installed in the app.

It has the methods to retrieve a user's profile when logged in. Later in the code, a user will be assigned a random code name from this array. This checks if the user submitted a request to log out, clears the session and redirects the user back to the homepage.

We are making use of Auth0's Centralized Login Page , and we also using jQuery to call the methods and handle button click event. Auth0's Centralized Login Page is the most secure way to easily authenticate users for your applications. Dare us! If the user has signed in, then we grab the user's info and display it along with the logout button.

You can read about how to implement API authentication with Auth0 with implicit grant. Go to your terminal and run composer install to install the dependencies. Next, run your PHP 5. If your PHP server is accessible from the terminal, then you can run it via php -S localhost Sign In. Our app is now running successfully on a PHP 5. You can grab the source code from Github to ensure that everything works as expected.

We are currently running a PHP 5. Let's migrate it to PHP 7. The good thing is that most times you might not have to change anything in the codebase. Let's see if that holds true for this app. PHP 7 Server running. App running on PHP 7 without any errors. It has been built already with PHP 5 in mind. Clone it from Github and run composer install to install all the dependencies. Then run the app on a PHP 5. API showing categories. API showing random jokes. Another PHP 7 feature we can add is function parameter typehinting.

Let's refactor that method, getRandomJokes. PHP 7 TypeError. We have been able to add some PHP 7 features. The app also runs on a PHP 7 server and everything just works fine!

PHP 7 runs on the new Zend engine 3. It also allows you to serve more concurrent users without adding any hardware. ZenCart 1. Moodle 2. Geeklog 2. Wardrobe CMS 1. Opencart 2. MediaWiki 1. Wordpress 4. It's been quite a journey highlighting everything PHP 7 has to offer.

PHP has grown tremendously over the years from a toy language to a full-blown fast and enterprise language. You can always leverage them for more information.

YES NO. Talk To Sales Sign Up. Search Results. Tools to Aid Migration One of the most frustating part of our jobs as software developers is having to work on large old codebases.

These are highlighted in red. Warnings: These are highlighted in yellow. Phan phan is a static analyzer for PHP that attempts to prove incorrectness rather than correctness. This is the scope of the app: A user will be able to register on the app. A user will be able to log into the app.

A user will be assigned a random Star Wars Code Name. A user will be able to log out of the app. Create and Configure Auth0 Client First thing we'll need to do is sign up for a free Auth0 account and configure a new client. Build the App Create a composer. This file will contain our Auth0 credentials. Then, we moved on to instantiating the Authentication class. Run The App Go to your terminal and run composer install to install the dependencies.

Open your browser and test the app. Upgrade your server to at least PHP 7. This is the directory structure of our API app at the moment: basic-api src Main. Please try again.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Ask Ubuntu is a question and answer site for Ubuntu users and developers. It only takes a minute to sign up. I need to use php5 5. The problem is I recently updated to ubuntu I tried to install it from this repo , however when It try to install it with apt I always get similar errors. You can even consider using vagrant or similar technology to assist in using both versions at the same time.

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A lot of developers have not made the switch because of certain fears of compatibility issues, migration challenges and the strange awkward feeling that migrating will take away a big chunk of their time. In the first part of this tutorial we learned how to set up a PHP 7 development environment. In the second part of this tutorial , we discussed extensively about all the new features PHP 7 offers and the language constructs and features that have been either removed or deprecated. This time, we'll show you how you can leverage all the new PHP 7 features when migrating and also the tools that will help to make the process painless! You need to be aware that for the most part, PHP 5. One of the most frustating part of our jobs as software developers is having to work on large old codebases.

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