Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Rasmus Lerdorf (the creator of PHP), Michael "Monty" Widenius (the main developer of the MySQL database and the founder of MySQL AB and Monty Program Ab) and Mark Zbikowski (one of the key developers of Windows NTFS and Windows 2000/XP/Vista and the designer of the DOS executable file format) are spending several days with our team. Ask them anything!
You will learn to create a PHP web page from which we will connect to MySql database, handle user authentication and show certain data only for registered users. It's more then suitable for PHP beginners, have fun!
We’ll show you how to run your WordPress cluster in a highly-available environment using Memcached node, two Apache servers, an NGINX load balancer and two replicated MySQL databases. In this case if one Apache server fails, the sessions are stored for backup on the Memcached node. The other server can fetch the sessions from Memcached and then proceed serving the session.
Local development refers to the process of building a website from a virtual server, and not needing to be connected to the Internet in order to run PHP and MySQL. This tutorial easily walks you through the process.
Mule ESB Cookbook will assist you to learn step-by-step manner and build solutions from the basics using Community version of Mule ESB 3.4. Each task is well illustrated through recipes and code contained in the examples is engaging to your requirement and practices in real time use.
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