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SymbianOne.com:
Your S60 Web server gets a boost
December 21, 2007 @ 11:14:00

Michael Kimsal points out an article posted recently concerning a new feature of the Symbain OS for mobile phones - a web server that could support PHP and MySQL.

From the article:

Jukka on the S60 Blogs is reporting that PHP and mySQL are going to be available for S60 devices in early 2008. [...] I (Johan Wikman) can now reveal that we at the CCNC conference in Las Vegas in January, 2008 will demonstrate and release what we call the PAMP stack.

The PAMP stack stands for "Personal Apache, MySQL, PHP" and will be included in the S60 smartphones and makes it possible to install most PHP applications (that use MySQL) right off the shelf. Developers of several GTD-type applications are reported to already be in testing on the new platform.

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