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Updated on: 2022-07-28

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Every time you need to solve a problem, you may realize there may be several approaches to solve that problem. Each way has its advantages and disadvantages.

This fact shows why it is helpful to learn from other developers what approach they use to solve a problem that you also want to solve.

Read this article, watch a 3-minute video, or listen to part 10 of episode 92 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn about other methods and tools different developers use to upgrade PHP versions.




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In this article you can learn:

How to Plan a PHP Version Upgrade Successfully

1. Previous Article: Why You Need to Choose the Right Moment to Upgrade to a New PHP Version

2. Previous Article: When Is the Right Time to Upgrade

3. Previous Article: How to Plan a PHP Version Upgrade Successfully

4. Previous Article: How to Setup a Development Environment Separate from the Production Environment

5. Previous Article: What Are Your App Features to Test First Before a PHP Version Upgrade

9. Previous Article: How to Use a PHP Monitoring System with Email Notification to Verify a Version Upgrade

10. This Article: How to Update PHP Version Using Methods and Tools the PHP Community Uses


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4. Methods and Tools Used by Other PHP Community of Developers

I have posted a message in a topic in PHP Facebook group where other developers answered a survey and told about their criteria about doing upgrades of their environment.

Those comments are really, really interesting. You should take a look to also learn from others.

Finally, the last part of this podcast episode is about methods and tools that are used by other PHP community developers to decide when to upgrade, what to upgrade, how to upgrade.

I have posted a message in a topic in PHP facebook group where other developers answered a survey and they told about their criteria about doing upgrades of their environment.

Those comments are really, really, interesting you should take a look to also learn from others. I'm certain that I don't know everything and I can always learn from other developers like yourself and other developers that post it in PHP Facebook you can go there. So you probably have your own methods, your own tools. 

And it should be interesting if you could share what are those tools what are those methods, so we can also learn from each other with any methods and tools that you use and work well for you. okay? So for now that is all that is the end of this podcast. 

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