Tag Archives: PHP


WebServ vs. DB Serv

Neliela dilemma. Vai ieliekot lietotāja datus instancē būs efektīvāk nekā lieki pieprasījumi uz DB. Lai gan no otras puses, ieliekot instancē mums nepieciešams vairāk webservera atmiņas. read more »



PHP4 supports tiks pārtraukts nākošā gada augustā.  Tā kā tie, kuri vēl nav migrējušies uz PHP5 – būtu vien pēdējais laiks. Iemesls kāpēc tiek pārtraukts supports tika minēts resursu trūkums, jo kā zināms PHP strādā pie jaunās PHP6 versijas.


Creating an Ajax Process Using PHP and Oracle

For some time now, Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), has been all the rage in the Web development world. Coming to the forefront with some of Google’s features (Suggest, Maps, Gmail, and so on), Ajax performs server requests without the user having to submit a form or click on a link. In other words, the Web browser can make the server request, and handle the response, without the user doing anything or even knowing that this is happening. The immediacy that Ajax brings is not only a great convenience, but it can also be downright cool. read more »


PHP 5.2.0 Released

The PHP development team is proud to announce the immediate release of PHP 5.2.0. This release is a major improvement in the 5.X series, which includes a large number of new features, bug fixes and security enhancements. Further details about this release can be found in the release announcement 5.2.0, the full list of changes is available in the ChangeLog PHP 5. All users of PHP, especially those using earlier PHP 5 releases are advised to upgrade to this release as soon as possible. This release also obsoletes the 5.1 branch of PHP.

For users upgrading from PHP 5.0 and PHP 5.1 there is an upgrading guide available here, detailing the changes between those releases and PHP 5.2.0.

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