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Knut Urdalen's Blog:
Seamless AJAX with PRADO
Dec 18, 2007 @ 11:18:00

Knut Urdalen shares a note about the latest issue of the International PHP Magazine - the December 2007 issue - that he has an article in.

The December issue of International PHP Magazine includes my latest article "Seamless AJAX with PRADO - An introduction to ActiveControls". In this article I discuss some AJAX design patterns and show you how to make use of them in AJAX enabled components that ships with the PRADO framework.

More information about this issue (and subscribing to the International PHP Magazine) can be found on this page of their site and details on the PRADO framework are over on the project's website.

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Knut Urdalen's Blog:
Seamless AJAX with PRADO
Dec 18, 2007 @ 11:18:00

Knut Urdalen shares a note about the latest issue of the International PHP Magazine - the December 2007 issue - that he has an article in.

The December issue of International PHP Magazine includes my latest article "Seamless AJAX with PRADO - An introduction to ActiveControls". In this article I discuss some AJAX design patterns and show you how to make use of them in AJAX enabled components that ships with the PRADO framework.

More information about this issue (and subscribing to the International PHP Magazine) can be found on this page of their site and details on the PRADO framework are over on the project's website.

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Davey Shafik's Blog:
Where fore art thou International PHP Magazine?
Oct 13, 2007 @ 15:13:00

Davey Shafik has blogged about a seemingly sad thing happening over at the International PHP Magazine - problems the magazine seems to be having concerning content and releases.

Back in the day, when I first started writing, I wrote a number of articles for the International PHP Magazine. However, today, looking at their site, for a reason I forget, I noticed something. Actually, several things...

He (and others) have noticed unfit content (Ruby stories on a PHP magazine website), lagging behind on the release of new issues and problems getting in contact with the magazine's offices to find out what might be the issue.

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Davey Shafik's Blog:
Where fore art thou International PHP Magazine?
Oct 13, 2007 @ 15:13:00

Davey Shafik has blogged about a seemingly sad thing happening over at the International PHP Magazine - problems the magazine seems to be having concerning content and releases.

Back in the day, when I first started writing, I wrote a number of articles for the International PHP Magazine. However, today, looking at their site, for a reason I forget, I noticed something. Actually, several things...

He (and others) have noticed unfit content (Ruby stories on a PHP magazine website), lagging behind on the release of new issues and problems getting in contact with the magazine's offices to find out what might be the issue.

tagged: intlphpmag content issue release intlphpmag content issue release

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Elizabeth Naramore's Blog:
July Edition of IPM Published
Jul 13, 2007 @ 14:38:00

Elizabeth Naramore points out the recent publication of the latest International PHP Magazine issue for July of 2007:

I was happy to contribute to their recently released June edition. I did an interview with the new PEAR Group on the future of PEAR. I'm glad to see such enthusiasm and collaboration among the newly elected group.

You can check out the issue and order your copy from the International PHP Magazine website (here's the table of contents too showing the rest of the articles/columns in this month's edition.

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Elizabeth Naramore's Blog:
July Edition of IPM Published
Jul 13, 2007 @ 14:38:00

Elizabeth Naramore points out the recent publication of the latest International PHP Magazine issue for July of 2007:

I was happy to contribute to their recently released June edition. I did an interview with the new PEAR Group on the future of PEAR. I'm glad to see such enthusiasm and collaboration among the newly elected group.

You can check out the issue and order your copy from the International PHP Magazine website (here's the table of contents too showing the rest of the articles/columns in this month's edition.

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Alison Holloway's Blog:
Int'l PHP Magazine Article - The Oracle PHP Connection
May 02, 2007 @ 08:26:00

Those of you out there that work with PHP and Oracle might want to check out the new article that Alison Halloway mentions in her blog today - a reprint of a fellow Oracler - Richard Rendell's article, "The Oracle PHP Connection" [pdf].

In this article we take a look the connection methods used for PHP and Oracle database using the PHP OCI8 extension. Specifically we cover non-persistent and persistent connections while offering some suggestions for choosing the right approach. In addition we will cover some upcoming features in the next major release of the Oracle database to significantly improve scalability of PHP applications.

He talks about [pdf] the types of Oracle->PHP connections, what the database name connection strings are (with examples) the environment variables for connections, closing the connections, a look at connection pooling, and an overview of using DRCP (Database Resident Connection Pooling) to accomplish it.

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Alison Holloway's Blog:
Int'l PHP Magazine Article - The Oracle PHP Connection
May 02, 2007 @ 08:26:00

Those of you out there that work with PHP and Oracle might want to check out the new article that Alison Halloway mentions in her blog today - a reprint of a fellow Oracler - Richard Rendell's article, "The Oracle PHP Connection" [pdf].

In this article we take a look the connection methods used for PHP and Oracle database using the PHP OCI8 extension. Specifically we cover non-persistent and persistent connections while offering some suggestions for choosing the right approach. In addition we will cover some upcoming features in the next major release of the Oracle database to significantly improve scalability of PHP applications.

He talks about [pdf] the types of Oracle->PHP connections, what the database name connection strings are (with examples) the environment variables for connections, closing the connections, a look at connection pooling, and an overview of using DRCP (Database Resident Connection Pooling) to accomplish it.

tagged: intlphpmag oracle connection oci8 persistent scalability intlphpmag oracle connection oci8 persistent scalability

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International PHP Magazine:
April 2007 Issue Released
Apr 23, 2007 @ 11:47:39

The International PHP Magazine has released their latest issue for April 2007:

The April issue (Issue 04.07) of International PHP Magazine is available on virtual newsstands. This issue provides you with the latest PHP Databases information. The Oracle PHP connection, an introduction to the MaxDB PHP interface, Slony replication and IBM databases are some of the topics covered in this issue which gives you a holistic view of the databases in vogue in PHP.

Articles included in this issue cover topics like:

  • Robert Bernier's look at slave/master replication for your databases
  • Coverage of the MaxDB functionality for PHP from Thomas Simenec
  • an article from Richard Rendell about the Oracle drivers and functionality for PHP
  • Srini Bhagavan and Kellen Bombardier's look at what IBM has to offer PHP
If you're already a subscriber, you can download your copy today or, if you haven't subscribed yet, you can either get a single issue or a full year subscription.

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International PHP Magazine:
April 2007 Issue Released
Apr 23, 2007 @ 11:47:39

The International PHP Magazine has released their latest issue for April 2007:

The April issue (Issue 04.07) of International PHP Magazine is available on virtual newsstands. This issue provides you with the latest PHP Databases information. The Oracle PHP connection, an introduction to the MaxDB PHP interface, Slony replication and IBM databases are some of the topics covered in this issue which gives you a holistic view of the databases in vogue in PHP.

Articles included in this issue cover topics like:

  • Robert Bernier's look at slave/master replication for your databases
  • Coverage of the MaxDB functionality for PHP from Thomas Simenec
  • an article from Richard Rendell about the Oracle drivers and functionality for PHP
  • Srini Bhagavan and Kellen Bombardier's look at what IBM has to offer PHP
If you're already a subscriber, you can download your copy today or, if you haven't subscribed yet, you can either get a single issue or a full year subscription.

tagged: intlphpmag issue release database oracle maxdb ibm intlphpmag issue release database oracle maxdb ibm

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