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A Closer Look at the PHP Fog Facebook Jumpstart

From the desk of John-Michael Glenn, Software Engineer In case you’re unfamiliar with the term “Jumpstart”, it’s our one-click method of creating a new app or framework in the PHP Fog cloud. The type of app or framework is up to you, from well-known projects like WordPress to newer frameworks like Slim. We love these Read more…

Announcing the PHP Fog Command Line Interface Tool

We’ve heard from direct customer feedback and via our NPS surveys that our customers love PHP Fog, but setting up their SSH keys can be cumbersome. We want you to deploy your apps with velocity and grace, so we’ve released a new tool for PHP Fog: the PHP Fog Command Line Interface (PF CLI). The Read more…

Share the Love, Earn Some Cash: Our New Referral Program

We think PHP Fog is the best PaaS out there for PHP applications, but you know, we’re biased. Then again, lots of you think so too. We have tens of thousands of apps deployed on our service to date and it’s growing every day! And we’d never have gotten here without you telling your friends Read more…

PHP Fog’s New Add-On Platform – MongoLab and NewRelic support

At AppFog, we never stand still. Yesterday we gave you free forever and even more free, today we give you one of the most asked for features ever… MongoLab and NewRelic. Starting price for MongoLab and NewRelic: FREE! Click here to get started today! We have been asked how we can stay in business giving Read more…

Announcing SSL support for custom domain names

Custom SSL certificates now work to secure your domain names on PHP Fog! As our #1 feature request, we could not be more excited to support custom SSL. This will allow a level of security in your cloud hosting that you have never had before. Hosting great eCommerce apps like Magento (a soon to be Read more…

Upgrading Applications now available on PHP Fog

We have been busy lately with new funding, hiring, and launching the AppFog service, but that’s not all, we’ve been working on great new features for PHP Fog. You can start developing your application on the free Shared Cloud, and when you are ready to launch you can upgrade your application to a scalable Dedicated Read more…

Announcing Environment Variables

Today we launched the Environment Variable feature because you asked for it. You can access this feature from the App Console in the “Environment Variable” tab. Environment Variables let you specify data that you do not want in your source code repository like passwords and whether your app is in development or production mode. You Read more…

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