PHP

The Most Popular Programming Languages of 2016

Our annual look at the relative popularity of programming languages reveals that while Java still rules, other options—from JavaScript to Go—are catching up.

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New Relic PHP Agent Now Includes Framework Support for Laravel 4

If you’re programming in PHP, there’s a good chance you’re using the Laravel web framework. Laravel is the most starred PHP framework on GitHub, and that’s one of the reasons why we’re pleased to announce that the New Relic PHP agent version 4.6 now contains built-in support for Laravel 4. How does it work? The…

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New Relic PHP Agent Now Supports Symfony 2

We’re proud to announce today that we now support Symfony 2 in the PHP Agent version 4.2! Symfony 2 has been earning a very strong reputation for itself amongst PHP developers around the world. Built by the very smart folks at Sensio Labs, Symfony 2 has helped PHP developers manage common functions using a very…

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Naming Your Application: All You Need to Know

An earlier blog article described why you need a unique name for your application at the time of deployment. This ‘application name’, also known as app_name or ‘appname’ is used, along with your account id, to keep track of your data But how do you go about naming your application? The most common way is…

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Application Naming and “Roll-up” Applications

New Relic collects information by account, and then by a unique application identifier or name, also known as app_name or appname.  This is a frequently overlooked setting! Most of our agents provide a default application name, such as “My Application” or “PHP Application,” if you do not specify the name in your New Relic configuration…

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