Posts marked with “mysql”
The July 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine is ready to download! Some things just work like magic This month we look at regular expressions, cryptography, PHP references, and function programming to help you demystify how they work and add them to your arsenal of solutions. Also in this issue, we look at using the Mailchimp […]
The June 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine is now available! Less tightly coupled code is easier to debug and re-use. This month we look at techniques to decouple different aspects of your code: including using asynchronous & distributed workers, transducers, middleware, and secure web services. Also in this issue, we have a library to use […]
The December issue of php[architect] magazine is now available. This month’s issue packs a variety of tools for all your project needs. In this issue, you’ll learn how to Profile your applications to identify bottlenecks, see how the FigDice engine offers a novel approach to templates, why you should be using the MySQL native driver, […]
Martin Rusev is developing a new database query library for PHP 5. The project shows promise, but it has some distance to go before it competes with other available libraries.
MySQL, the popular SQL database, has announced a new release of their Community Server edition. This is version 5.1.45.
Drizzle is poised to be the database of choice for the future of cloud computing.
Lithium hits version 0.7, bringing 170 commits from 6 different developers…including SQL support.