MySQL and PHP are very interactive with one another. Follow this quick-and-easy tutorial to learn how to create a PHP statement that will acquire data from a MySQL database.
Monty Widenius and his “Save MySQL!” site have been fairly busy. Following a launch in late December, they’ve collected the signatures of about 21,000 people who feel that Oracle shouldn’t be allowed to exercise control over the world’s most popular open source database.
On the 3rd of September the European Commission has decided to conduct a phase two inquiry, which includes forwarding surveys to Oracle’s competitors and customers as well as organizing “crowded“ private hearings.
Today, I’m going to write about PHP, The most popular server-side scripting language. There are lots of articles & tutorials online that help novice PHP developers to learn PHP step by step. In this post I’ve listed some of the best PHP tutorials, articles & resources in some of the […]
This content-rich video will help outline the various benefits of building a CMS (Content Management System) with PHP and MySQL. The benefits discussed are: 1) Earning potential is much higher, clients are happier with a unique powerful site. 2) Easily break away from the WordPress and Joomla design molds. 3) […]
This video contains a great visual demonstration in flow-chart form of how Flash, PHP, and MySQL integrate and work with one another. The speaker uses real-life scenarios of how the interaction of these three elements are used in development and implementation.
PHP is one of the more popular programming languages on the web today. Many sites, and web applications use PHP because of it’s very easy to use with popular database software like MySQL. Because of this, PHP can also be abused, and cause security issues with your site via a […]