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How to compile PHP 7.1 in Ubuntu 16.04

PHPOn December 1, 2016 the PHP development community released version 7.1, which added 12 new features , we mention some of them below:

Nullable types: Type declarations for parameters and return values can now be marked as nullable by prefixing the type name with a question mark. This signifies that as well as the specified type, NULL can be passed as an argument, or returned as a value, respectively.
Void functions: The void type functions should not return any value so they should use an empty return or omit it completely, I think that if you omit the return it gives more clarity to the code since it is more consistent with the definition of void, the NULL value is not a valid return value for void functions.
Symmetric array destructuring : The shorthand array syntax ([]) may now be used to destructure arrays for assignments (including within foreach).

Compile php-5.6 with fpm support

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On August 28 the PHP development team released version 5.6 which includes innovative features such as: functions with arguments variable using the operator , exponentiation operations by making use of the operator **, import functions and constants using the use keyword among others. Today LibreByte will show as compiling php-5.6 with fpm support.

Compile PHP 7 on Debian 8

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A look at PHP-5.6

On December 3 the PHP community released version 7 of this popular programming language considered to be one of the biggest updates in all history of PHP due the engine (Zend Engine) was refactored in order to achieve best performance.