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Using Piwik Real Time Web Analytics on IIS

A month ago I have stopped using Google Analytics for my site and instead gave a try to Piwik – an open source, PHP/MySQL based real time web analytics application. Since then it has been working well for my site and overall to me it looks like a better alternative to Google Analytics.

Here are the things that I like: Continue Reading »

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ruslany on May 16th 2011 in Other

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PHP Manager 1.1 available in Web PI

PHP Manager 1.1 for IIS 7 has been released today. This is an incremental release that contains all the functionality available in PHP Manager 1.0 for IIS 7 plus additional features listed below:

  • Improved detection logic for existing PHP installations. Now PHP Manager detects the location to php.ini file in accordance to the PHP specifications.
  • Configuring date.timezone. PHP Manager can automatically set the date.timezone directive which is required to be set starting from PHP 5.3.
  • Ability to add new PHP extensions. When pointed to a PHP extension file, the PHP Manager will copy it to the right location and will enable the extension in php.ini file.

In addition, several bugs were fixed in this release. The complete list of changes can be found in the change list.

PHP Manager can now be installed with Web Platform Installer. Use the link below to install it:

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ruslany on December 9th 2010 in PHP

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Install PHP with Microsoft Web Platform Installer 2.0

While the task of setting up PHP on IIS was not a difficult one, it anyway required a lot of manual installation and configuration steps. With the PHP 5.2.9-1 release the PHP development community has put a lot of improvements to the PHP installer to make it easy to setup PHP on IIS 5.1, IIS 6.0 and IIS 7.0. The latest PHP installer can be downloaded from the PHP community site.

Now, with the release of Microsoft Web Platform Installer 2.0 Beta (Web PI), the task of enabling PHP on Windows OS has become the easiest it has ever been. Here are the three simple steps you need to follow: Continue Reading »

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ruslany on March 26th 2009 in FastCGI, PHP

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