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Stefan Mischook's Blog:
Killerphp Videos Now Available for Download
August 19, 2008 @ 07:56:03

Stefan Mischook notes today that the videos he offers, including several on PHP can now be purchased as a set from his site.

I've had many request for access to the videos either on a DVD or in a downloadable format for viewing offline. So after many months of brushing it off, I now have the videos for you.

The download version will cost you about $20 USD and the DVD is around $30 USD. Of course, you're still free to watch them online as many times as you'd like.

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PHP-GTK Community Site:
MkDevDVD (DVD Manager for Linux)
July 13, 2007 @ 13:49:00

The PHP-GTK Community Site has posted about a quick little application today - MkDevDVD - a DVD manager for Linux.

MkDevDVD is a /dev/dvd manager for Linux, which in itself does not sound too exciting. It allows you to quickly switch /dev/dvd between a symbolic link to your CDROM device, or mount a DVD ISO so that media players like Xine and Mplayer work correctly when looking up your DVD.

The application is currently in release 1.0 and can be downloaded directly here or you an get more information about it and how to install it from the project's homepage.

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Community News:
PortableWebAp.com
December 29, 2005 @ 10:23:35

Via a link from del.icio.us today, the PortableWebAp project has come to my attention.

PortableWebAp is a portable platform for web applications. With it you can run php web applications from a CDROM, DVD, USB Drive, from any directory from any hard drive. No installation is necessary.

It'll only run on Windows 98 or higher machines, but it has everything you need right there in one, handy package. It (currently) comes installed with PHP 5.1, SQLite 3.x, PDO, and the PHP command-line version - all in about 5MB. Once it's running, it can drop down to the system tray for a less intrusive execution. And, by default, it runs on port 800 so as not to interfere with anything already working on the standard port 80. And, of course, it's pretty cheap - a small price for a lot of time saved.

You can check out the project here...

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