Join Drew Falkman for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring mcrypt and PHP, part of MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applications.
- The next piece is a little more complicated.…In this particular instance,…we need to download and create the mcrypt extension.…This is used specifically in Laravel.…It uses to encrypt data on the server,…and it's 256-bit encryption.…There are a couple files we need to download to get it.…One of them is the actual PHP installation.…To determine what version of PHP you're using,…you're gonna wanna type in php -v.…
So here you can see I'm using PHP 5.5.14.…This is the default PHP version…that comes with Yosemite.…Let's go ahead, then, and download that version.…PHP has a Special Releases page…that will highlight all of the releases…that have come out in recent history.…We can look for 5.5.14,…and here it is.…I'm gonna download…the tar.gz version.…
You can download it from whichever repository you like.…See if we can find one in the US here.…There we go.…How about php.net directly?…While I'm downloading that,…I'm also going to download the libmcrypt…from this URL.…This is at sourceforge,…and this will download the source.…
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Skill Level Intermediate
1. About PHP Frameworks
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