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Security Improvement – New GPG Key for Packages Distribution

We updated the GPG key used to sign our packages distributed over APT and YUM repositories. If you encounter issues, you’ll need to trust the new key.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Jan 08, 2019

Disabling a recommendation

Blackfire recommendations are here to support. If some of them are noise or false positives to you, you can now disable it.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Jan 03, 2019

Collaborating on Multiple Projects via Organizations

Get more flexibility to work on multiple projects at the same time, with multiple teams.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Dec 21, 2018

PHP 7.3 support

Blackfire now supports profiling PHP 7.3 apps.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Dec 17, 2018

Supporting unmaintained PHP versions

Blackfire supports PHP 5.3 to 7.x for paid subscriptions, 7.1 and upper for free subscriptions.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 29, 2018

Blackfire Book Hard Copy available on Amazon and Barnes&Noble

Didn’t get a chance to grab a copy at the conferences we sponsored? Order online (or enjoy the free version in our docs).

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 27, 2018

Black Friday discount on Premium and Enterprise Yearly subscriptions

20% on Premium and Enterprise yearly subscriptions with the BlackFriday18 coupon.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 19, 2018

Blackfire Supports the Symfony PHP Framework Diversity Initiative

We believe that our community has much to earn in sharing with, hearing and learning from anyone who wants to be part of it, without any discrimination.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 05, 2018

Automated Testing 101

Everyone writes tests, right? Well, if you don’t, here’s a few easy things you can do to bootstrap.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Aug 30, 2018

Learn how to improve PHP performance with OpenClassRooms and Blackfire

OpenClassRooms now offers a course on PHP performance improvement, making extensive use of Blackfire to find root causes, and write performance tests.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Aug 28, 2018