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A step-by-step how-to guide to install, configure, and test a Linux, Apache, Informix, and PHP server
Learn how to install, configure, and test a Linux, Apache, Informix, and PHP (LAIP) server. LAIP provides a very powerful and dynamic mixture for a Web server.
Also available in: Russian  
Articles 08 Jun 2006
A step-by-step how-to guide to install, configure, and test a Windows, Apache, Informix, and PHP server
Learn how to install, configure, and test a Windows, Apache, Informix, and PHP (WAIP) server. Windows, Apache, Informix, and PHP together form a very powerful and dynamic combination for a Web server.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 27 Jul 2006
IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Pair J2EE with PHP to implement a common Web application infrastructure
Enterprise Java applications deployed on WebSphere Application Server and Web sites deployed in Apache, MySQL, and PHP environments have traditionally been considered competing, mutually exclusive solutions. However, you can run WebSphere and PHP together to match their relative advantages to your Web development requirements.
Articles 27 Apr 2005
How to develop content management systems for hospitals
Healthcare web design, marketing, and technology solutions are usually built using custom technologies and tools. Modern content management systems like WordPress and Drupal running on open source technologies like Apache, Linux, MySQL, and PHP can do the job better, faster, and cheaper. This article explains various techniques hospitals can use with IBM and open source software to solve complex content management problems.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 16 Nov 2010
Connecting PHP applications to IBM DB2 Universal Database
PHP is a powerful and increasingly popular server-side scripting language for creating Web content. After a brief overview of the features of PHP and an introduction to PHP scripting, the article describes how to compile PHP as a dynamically-loaded Apache module with DB2 support. The article concludes with several examples that demonstrate how to connect to, insert data into, and select data from a database using PHP.
Articles 03 Jul 2001
Introduction to LAMP technology:
This tutorial explores the Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP, or LAMP, Web development framework and shows how that framework can help you build applications to solve common business problems. The tutorial begins with an exploration of the LAMP architecture, then introduces fundamental PHP concepts. After a solid grounding of PHP, the tutorial explains MySQL support, with coverage focusing on database concepts and how to access MySQL from PHP. All of these techniques are discussed within the context of a real-world customer management example.
Tutorial 03 May 2005
Connecting PHP Applications to Apache Derby
PHP (PHP:Hypertext Processor) is an open source scripting language for building Web pages. With PHP and Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) you can dynamically generate Web pages from data stored in IBM Cloudscape and Apache Derby databases. This article shows you how to install and configure PHP on Windows. Also, you'll gain an understanding of the PHP scripting language by learning how to connect to, insert data into, and select data from a Derby database.
Articles 30 Sep 2004
Create a secure WordPress blog using SoftLayer
This article guides you through setting up a safe and secure WordPress blog on your own IBM SoftLayer virtual server using the LAMP (Linux Apache MariaDB PHP) stack. It also covers how to set up a simple email service and install a Memcached database for faster PHP sessions.
Also available in: Russian   Japanese   Spanish  
Articles 27 Jun 2014
Five simple ways to tune your LAMP application
The Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP) architecture is one of the most popular choices for web server architectures in use today. Author John Mertic examines five things every LAMP application should take advantage of for optimum performance.
Also available in: Russian   Japanese   Portuguese  
Articles 25 Jan 2011
Use PHP on System i, Part 1: Introduction and examples
Learn how to install PHP and DB2(R) on System i(TM), and understand how to port a MySQL application to DB2 on i5/OS(R). Understand the history and architecture types of PHP, including the new architecture that uses i5/OS with an Apache HTTP server and the IBM DB2 database to bring PHP applications to System i(TM). Read examples of PHP Web applications. Learn how PHP applications are especially beneficial to small and medium businesses, because open source PHP applications are often inexpensive and easily accessible. [The product option for the CCA Cryptographic Service Provider has been changed from option 13 to option 35. The title has been changed to indicate the first article in a series. -Ed.]
Also available in: Russian  
Articles 08 Feb 2007
Debugging techniques for PHP programmers
Explore various methods for debugging PHP applications, including turning on error reporting in Apache and PHP, and by placing strategic print statements to locate the source of more difficult bugs through a simple example PHP script. The PHPeclipse plug-in for Eclipse, a slick development environment with real-time syntax parsing abilities, will also be covered, as well as the DBG debugger extension for PHPeclipse.
Articles 29 Nov 2005
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