Know Your Environment: PHP Server Module Reporter
Jeremy Martin gave me the opportunity to guest post on his blog so I dropped a little PHP knowledge on his audience. I've created a script that analyzes a hosting environment and returns a list of installed PHP modules. What's missing? What's there? What else do I get?
Click here to jump over to Jeremy's blog to check out the article!
New York, NY · October 12-14
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