PHP is a free cross-platform, server-side scripting language for creating dynamic content.
The PHP syntax is borrowed from C, Java, and Perl with the goal of allowing you to
quickly create dynamically generated web-pages quickly. PHP is open software and is distributed under the GNU GPL or PHP-specific license.
The latest version of PHP can be downloaded from the www.php.net web-site.
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Articles from Around the Web
Accessing Databases with Class from Dev Shed
Learn how to create an easier interface to SQL databases with PHP's class and object features.
PHP/MySQL Tutorial from WebMonkey
WebMonkey's 3 part tutorial that teaches you to use PHP and MySQL to build a data-driven site.
PHP3 Introduction from DevShed
Introduction to PHP and web database interfacing with MySQL. PHP3 is an HTML-embedded scripting language allowing web developers to create dynamic, database-driven websites.
Setting up Database Driven Web Sites with PHP and MySQL. from DevShed
Walk through installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL to create a simple web-enabled database.
Connecting to MySQL with PHP3 from Vermont Web Wizard
This tutorial is written to bring you up to speed on connecting to the MySQL database using PHP as the front-end.
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