International PHP Magazine - December 2006 Issue | PDF | 51 Pages | 1.5 Mb
In this issue:
- PHP – A Language Implementer’s Perspective By Graeme Johnson and Zoë Slattery: In this article we will describe some experimental work in building a PHP engine from existing virtual machine components. We were interested in seeing if we could reuse high performance VM components to create a high performance PHP implementation. We will talk about the process that we went through and what we learned about PHP along the way.
- Service Component Architecture for PHP By Matthew Peters: In this article we will survey some of what Service Component Architecture (SCA) for PHP offers the programmer. We have high hopes that the combination of reusable components, which can be called either locally, or remotely via Web Services, with the same interface will be of interest, and that anyone who works with Web Services may be interested in the ease with which an SCA component can be deployed as a Web Service: a simple matter of adding annotations and dropping the component under the web server’s document root.
- AJAX Growing Up – Part I By Robert-Jan de Vries: Since AJAX has become a mainstream technology for a ‘richer’ Internet, most programmers have successfully implemented it or have at least experimented with its possibilities. As the complexity of AJAX-based applications grows, so does the need for reliability. This article is divided into two parts, each part aiming to hand you a practical solutions to a problem that you are likely to run into on your quest for a reliable web application.
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