vom: 08.08.2012 von: Philadelphia Visual FoxPro User Group
Philadelphia VFP User Group--August 14--Bazian on PHP  
The Philadelphia VFP User Group meets Tuesday, August 14 at 6:30 PM in Room 158, DeVry University, 1140 Virginia Drive, Fort Washington, PA. Feel free to bring dinner to eat during the presentation. Menachem Bazian will preview his Southwest Fox preconference session, PHP for the VFP developer. Often a Visual FoxPro application will have to share data with a web application. You may be asked to write web reports or simple routines to interact with your data. When it comes to web technologies, Linux is far more prevalent than Windows. In fact, 66.1% of all internet web servers are running Apache whereas only 18.4% are using IIS. When it comes to server side languages, PHP commands 77.3% of the market. PHP and Apache also have the benefit of being cross platform. Apache runs on Linux and Windows, PHP runs on Apache or IIS. Although PHP can look very strange at first, there are strong correlations between Visual FoxPro and PHP. Learning to work with PHP is not that difficult, even if you have never seen it before. This session will give a primer on PHP and discuss how you can work with your client-server data in both Visual FoxPro and on your web application.

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