Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional offers comprehensive information on using the PHP scripting language in conjunction with Oracles database platform. PHP is one of the most prominent open source technologies in the area of web development, while Oracle is one of the most widely deployed and used database products.
Youll learn to reap the benefits of these core technologies by using them in unison to create dynamic, data-driven web applications. The book is packed with practical examples based on the many years of real-world experience of authors W Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla. This book is an ideal read for web designers or programmers wanting to create applications with PHP in an Oracle environment.
* The book covers a solid alternative to the "M" in the LAMP stack.
* Database examples are based on real-world scenarios.
* The text shows off Oracles strong enterprise features.
* The authors highlight Oracles robust internationalization support.
* Covers a solid alternative to the "M" in the LAMP stack
* Database examples are based on real-world scenarios
* Shows off Oracles strong, enterprise features
* Highlights Oracles robust internationalization support
About the Author
W. Jason Gilmore is a Columbus, Ohio–based developer, consultant, writer, and editor. He’s a cofounder of the CodeMash conference and is a member of the 2008 MySQL Conference speaker selection board. In his previous capacity as Apress’s open source editor, he fostered the publication of more than 60 books, along the way helping to transform the open source line into one of the industry’s most respected publishing programs.
Through W.J. Gilmore, LLC, (http://www.wjgilmore.com/) Jason provides an array of consulting and web development services to small businesses around the country. Contact Jason at wjATwjgilmore.com if you’re looking for competent, timely, and cost–effective services.
Bob Bryla is an Oracle 8, 8i, 9, and 10g Certified Professional with more than 15 years of experience in database design, database application development, training, and Oracle database administration. He is the primary internet database designer and an Oracle DBA at Lands' End in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Bob works with PHP and Oracle on a daily basis to support the back end of the world's #1 clothing web site, landsend.com.