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Chris Jones' Blog:
Oracle Resources for PHP
June 16, 2011 @ 12:20:28

On his blog today Chris Jones has posted a long list of resources that the PHP developers using Oracle as a backend could find useful in their development.

He's broken them up into categories to help split things out a bit:

  • Some overall links
  • The OCI8 extension
  • Databases like Oracle Express Edition, MySQL, Oracle Berkley DB
  • the NetBeans IDE
  • Oracle Linux and Tuxedo
  • Oracle Instant Client

Several of the descriptions also come with their own "Install Now" links to help you get started using them quickly. There's lots of tutorial links peppered through out the post too.

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