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peachpie - PeachPie - the PHP 7 compiler and runtime for .NET and .NET Core

  •    CSharp

We recommend using the project with caution and testing it thoroughly before utilizing PeachPie in a production environment. There may still be inconsistencies and incompatibilities with the PHP language; if you run into any issues, kindly let us know and we'll do our best to address them. Take a look at our Roadmap to see which features and extensions we still have to implement. PeachPie is a modern PHP compiler based on the Microsoft Roslyn compiler platform and drawing from our popular Phalanger project. It allows PHP to be executed within the .NET framework, thereby opening the door for PHP developers into the world of .NET – and vice versa.

peachpie-samples - Sample projects demonstrating use of Peachpie - the PHP compiler and runtime for

  •    PHP

Sample projects demonstrating use of Peachpie (www.peachpie.io) - the PHP compiler and runtime for .NET. You can use these samples to learn more about how the compiler works and to start experimenting with it. Feel free to contribute your own samples to this repository. We welcome all contributions that meet our standards of code.

peachpie-wordpress - WordPress running on .NET Core.

  •    CSharp

This project demonstrates how to start an ASP.NET Core server, integrate WordPress into its pipeline and add additional PHP plugins into it. Even though the project is noticeably small, it contains the entire WordPress CMS. How? This complex PHP web framework was already compiled into the .NET Standard library (see PeachPie compiler platform for more information) and packed into a NuGet package. This demo may just reference it.

wpdotnet-sdk - SDK for .NET/C# development on top of WordPress

  •    PHP

This project contains the complete source code of WordPress with the additional "must use" WordPress plugin that exposes the PHP API to .NET. The purpose is for this code to be compiled by PeachPie, resulting in the output running purely on Microsoft .NET Core. Therefore, if everything works as it should, you will see the standard unchanged WordPress in the same way as you would in the traditional PHP version. The difference is that the compiled website runs on .NET Core in the background. Also this approach allows to take advantage of ASP.NET Core request handling and makes it possible to extend WordPress with C# (i.e. plugins, themes, etc.).








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