Finally, the long-awaited PHP 7.4 was officially released by Synology today, September 15, 2020. You can download the new package directly from Synology Download Center. Select your NAS model and choose the PHP 7.4 package. PHP is an open source scripting language which aims to help web developers write dynamically generated web pages efficiently. This … Read more about Synology: PHP 7.4 Is Out Today
WordPress 5.5 will be released on August 11, 2020 with a new feature. With new version 5.5 – WordPress will expose a sitemap index at: /wp-sitemap.xml This is the main XML file that contains the listing of all the sitemap pages exposed by a WordPress site. The sitemap index can hold a maximum of 50000 … Read more about Synology: WordPress SimpleXML PHP Extension
Which file system to use on your Synology NAS? There are two options, depending on DS model – EXT4 or BTRFS. Once again, Synology NAS provides a Knowledge Base article to help you choose. For most general purposes, BTRFS is the best choice; where performance is paramount, EXT4. For example, the two “Crucial” SSD’s that … Read more about Synology: Which File System To Use?
Did you know DSM 7.0 will support the TLS 1.3 feature? This is great news and here is why. TLS 1.3 was released in 2018, and now, encrypted connections are more secure and faster than ever thanks to it. If you host a website from home on your Synology NAS with DSM 7.0 and you … Read more about Synology: TLS 1.2 vs TLS 1.3
Reverse proxy can hide the existence and characteristics of origin servers. Reverse proxy can transform HTTPS requests into HTTP requests and more. According to Wikipedia.org: In computer networks, a reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned … Read more about Synology: How to Use Reverse Proxy