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Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 10 - the Built-in Web Server, PHP 5.3.6 & PHP.js
March 30, 2011 @ 08:20:02

PHPClasses.org have posted their latest episode of the "Lately in PHP" podcast today, a discussion between Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert about the built-in web server that's planned for inclusion in future releases of the PHP language.

PHP is going to come with a built-in Web server, so you will no longer need Apache or any other Web server software to run PHP applications. This is the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert in the episode 10 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also talk about some security fixes and the PHP.js project. As usual, you can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page player, by downloading the mp3 or by subscribing to their feed.

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JSClasses.org Blog:
Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 5 (PHP.js)
March 29, 2011 @ 11:40:15

In the latest episode of the Lately in Javascript podcast, Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal interview Brett Zamir about PHP.js, a project that tries to bring PHP methods to the Javascript environment.

PHP.js is a JavaScript library that provides the same functions as the PHP language in JavaScript. Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal interview Brett Zamir, one of the main developers of the PHP.JS project, to tell us more about it on episode 5 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast. On this episode they also discuss the JavaScript related improvements of the latest releases of Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 4, Chrome 10 and Opera 11.

There's an in-page player if you'd like to listen immediately or you can download the mp3 and subscribe to the feed to get this latest episode delivered locally.

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PHP.JS gets a new home (and compiler)
May 27, 2009 @ 14:44:43

Kevin van Zonneveld has pointed out that the project PHP.JS (porting PHP functions over to Javascript) has a new home:

PHP.JS is an open source project trying to port PHP functions to JavaScript. We've been around for a little while on my blog at http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net/, but have worked really hard and now moved to a dedicated site at http://phpjs.org. We've also created a 'compiler' that let's you generate a custom php.js library with only PHP functions you need. You can save that configuration & upgrade your library regularly online.

They currently have almost 400 functions converted with more being added all the time. Check out the project's new site for full details.

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Vinu Thomas' Blog:
PHP functions in Javascript using PHP.JS
January 09, 2009 @ 08:45:12

Vinu Thomas has mentioned a project that is trying to port as many of the standard PHP functions over to Javascript as possible - PHP.JS.

PHP programmers usually have to handle HTML & Javascript front-end coding as well and I'm sure a lot of us have been frustrated with the lack of those easy to use PHP functions in Javascript like those array, encode/decode and string functions. Here's a Javascript project which provides you just that.

The project currently has over two hundred and thirty functions ported and put into a single, easy to download library (with three versions - normal, mini and packed). Then you're just a script tag away from including it and putting it to good use. You can find out more on the PHP.JS homepage.

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