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Stoyan Stefanov:
Server-side React with PHP - part 2
September 19, 2013 @ 09:35:38

In a a previous post Stoyan Stefanov introduced a setup where you could render React templates on the server-side with the help of PHP and the v8 parsing. In this second part of the series, he extends that system and shows how to use it to update views based on new data.

Part 1 ended with todos. The first one was to couple the server-side generated code with the client-side React, so that any updates past the initial page load will be handled by React's client JS, which is where React shines. Let's see how you can do just that.

He gives an example similar to his previous one - displaying a table - but shows how to inject some values from PHP as a JSON string into the component. This time he saves the output of that rendering into a variable and reuses it as a part of a whole site render later.

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Link: http://www.phpied.com/server-side-react-with-php-part-2/

We Love PHP Blog:
Using V8 Javascript engine as a PHP extension
July 25, 2012 @ 11:50:36

From the "Web Love PHP" blog there's a new post showing how to use the V8 Javascript engine as a PHP extension in your application.

Just got to something described as: This extension embeds the V8 Javascript Engine into PHP. It is called v8js and the documentation is already available on php.net, examples and the sources are here. V8 is known to work well in browsers and webservers like node.js, but does it work inside PHP? YES!

They show how to get it installed (on Ubuntu) via a PECL install and a test script with some Javascript in a string variable that's parsed by the "executeString" function on a V8 object. There's also an example of how you can mix the functionality between the two - a simple script that uses a PHP PDO object fron inside the Javascript to perform a SQL query and set some information into the session.

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