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Chris Jones' Blog:
Speeding up DBMS_OUTPUT in PHP OCI8
October 27, 2008 @ 08:48:59

In this new post to his Oracle blog, Chris Jones shows how to set up DBMS_OUTPUT to work with the OCI8 extension available for PHP.

Immediately after OOW, Alison and I have got straight into updating the Underground PHP & Oracle Manual. We've had our heads right down. [...] When reviewing the DBMS_OUTPUT section I tried using a PIPELINED PL/SQL function and found a significant speed improvement over the basic method.

He shows a few different methods for getting it working and includes both the code, SQL to create the functions and a bit of stats at the end showing which method is the fastest (the pipelined version wins out by quite a bit every time).

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H3rald.com:
Rails-inspired PHP frameworks
May 05, 2006 @ 07:21:19

The H3rald site has posted a new article that looks at a collection of PHP frameworks that have been inspired by Rails' example.

There are various articles online examining many PHP frameworks, providing short reviews or comparative charts, but I could not find yet an article examining the so called "Rails-inspired frameworks" anywhere on the web, so I decided to write my own…

I'm talking about those PHP frameworks who give at least part of their success to Ruby on Rails2, but don't call them clones or ports as some of their creators may get offended.

He comments on how Rails' entrance into the world of the web was a "shocking" experience and how, as soon as developers saw the benefits of an easy to use "semi-sentient" web development framework, they jumped on board - including several PHP developers out there. To illustrate the point, he gives six PHP frameworks up as examples:

Under each example, there's a list of the license, size, databases supported, a tutorial, and a description of the framework (including the pros and cons of using it). He also includes a few comments on each with his personal opinions and a few extra facts thrown in.

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Community News:
The Pipeline Project (MVC-based Framework)
January 03, 2006 @ 07:02:08

Ryan Johnson over at the Pipline Project emailed in today to let us know about their project, Pipeline, an MVC-based framework that's targeting itself at "the little guy" sites out there.

The project is in its very early stages, and so we ask you to know that there will be more to come, and that this is just the first developer preview. However, we can stand behind it in our belief that it's a highly evolved specimen, and will be of interest to anybody developing web applications, or just writing about them. In the future we will be releasing commercial products under the Livepipe brand, but for now all of the work we are announcing today, or in the near future, will be released under the MIT license for all to enjoy.

You can grab the latest version (their first developer preview of Pipeline) from their download page, or check out their roadmap and blog for more...

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