PHP and PostgreSQL Advanced Web Programming

Category: Technical

Tag: Perl/PHP/Python

Posted on 2020-07-27, by phaelx.


Date: 2002
Pages: 800
ISBN10: 0672323826
ISBN13: 978-0672323829
Author: Ewald Geschwinde , Hans-Juergen Schoenig

Size: 2.5 MB
Format: chm
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Sams¿ PHP and MySQL Web Development, by Luke Welling and Laura Thomson, showed that there is a strong demand for books that describe how to use PHP together with a specific open-source database to develop Web applications. While MySQL is very popular, PostgreSQL is widely considered to be the more powerful of the two open-source databases. And PostgreSQL is rapidly gaining market share large organizations are beginning to use PostgreSQL instead of Oracle; the demand for PostgreSQL training and support has increased by some accounts 50% in the last six months; and Web hosting services increasingly offer PostgreSQL along with MySQL. PHP and PostgreSQL Advanced Web Programming focuses on the specific needs of a PostgreSQL developer and will detail how to make use of PostgreSQL¿s unique, advanced features to develop high-availability, fail-safe Web applications with PHP and PostgreSQL.
Computer Programming Languages,Internet & Telecommunications,Web Development & Design Programming

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