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Server Side Programming with PHP (Personal Home Page) Ref. Intranet Design Magazine
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Enter PHP an open-source server-parsed embedded scripting language hypertext preprocessor PHP 3 the most popular version of PHP although PHP 4 is out
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Why PHP? modest learning curve free and open development database connectivity stability availability for a variety of platforms.
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Factors in choosing a development path (Scripts, ASP, JSP) past experience platforms time-to-market and so forth.
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PHP's primary strength Rapid development of dynamic web pages. Developers without heavy programming experience can leverage PHP to complete tasks otherwise cryptic or obtuse in alternative languages. such as pulling records from a database and inserting them into an HTML table. The architecture of the PHP language is simple but powerful.
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The Very Basics PHP pages require a web server with PHP support. At this moment, there are only two real
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course DR.XIAO CS taught by Professor Cs307 during the Fall '00 term at The University of Akron.

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