Posts in category "Development"

What’s new in PHP 8?

19.11.2020

On November 26th 2020, there will be a new version of PHP released. This new release has a number of new features, as well as implementing some non-backward compatible changes. Seravo has already started testing and deploying the release candidates of PHP 8.0 to our servers.

WordPress.Org Calls For PHP 8.0 Testers: Seravo Answers

28.10.2020

On October 6th 2020, the WordPress Core team put out a call for testers. Specifically, there was a requirement for testing WordPress with PHP 8.0 rel...

Migrating from deployer.seravo.com to Github actions

10.8.2020

The WordPress.org plugin repository still uses Subversion in 2020, and a lot of developers have been frustrated about this for many years already. Mo...

Webinars for WordPress Developers

5.5.2020

This spring has changed the world in many ways. One small change of plans is that we have had to put the WordPress training that we do in Finland on ...

How HTTP/3 Will Make the Internet Faster

31.1.2020

When HTTP/2 was released in 2015 as an official IETF standard it was a major improvement over the old HTTP/1.1 protocol that had been in use since th...

PHP 7.4 released

3.12.2019

The PHP project announced the release of PHP 7.4 on November 28th, 2019. As usual, they have also published a migration guide to assist developers in...

Give your content a boost with blocks

24.10.2019

With version 5.0 WordPress got its new Gutenberg editor, which brought a host of notable changes to the post and page handling with it. The most impo...

WP-CLI v2.3 released

23.8.2019

WP-CLI is a great tool which we use heavily at Seravo and if you are a developer we hope you do too. Version 2.3 is a smaller release but with some n...

Best PHP code style for WordPress developers?

16.7.2019

Code style has always been a topic of huge debate since programming was a thing. One of the more famous and debated questions, namely the usage of ta...

Upgrade to PHP 7.3 for better performance and security

25.6.2019

If you are running WordPress on any ancient PHP version older than 5.6, I have some bad news for you: as of WordPress version 5.2, the minimum PHP ve...