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PHP Database Driven Websites User Group- Atlanta, GA

From: Scott Perkins <2scott(at)bellsouth(dot)net>
To: postgresql-general <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: PHP Database Driven Websites User Group- Atlanta, GA
Date: 1999-10-20 15:46:39
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fm: Scott Perkins, Coordinator, Atlanta PHP Database driven Websites User Group
2scott(at)bellsouth(dot)net   770 / 973-3860

The Atlanta Linux General Store has offered to host our website and we are
working out the details of a coursework/curriculum that will be offered
regarding PHP and open source databases.  

Also specific club project details are being worked out such that many of the
libraries available for use with PHP, MYSQL & PostgreSQL will be studied for

Certainly the administrative, shopping cart, forum discussion, classifieds, and
graphics libraries will be looked at.

If anyone has any current PHP projects underway please let me know.

As response to PHP B.O.F. Technical Discussion Questions at Atlanta Linux
Conference, the below URL's are direct bullseye to described resources which
should address many questions regarding PHP /database driven web development.
The first is the Main Website for PHP. The remainder are some I've selected from
locations other than the Homepage and many from the homepage as well.

PHP Homepage ( very extensive ) containing links to some of the below:

Very Good Article comparing PHP and MOD-PERL running under APACHE (skip 1st
several pages concerning Apache to get to PHP discussion.
(PHP for Perl programmers)

Article about Web Development including PHP

Creating non HTML inages dynamically:

PHP technical review

PHP tutorial

Site navigation w/PHP

Image Creation w/PHP

Creating Threaded Discussions with PHP

PHP developer addins and libraries and mail-list archives

PHPLIB.   A session manager, shopping cart,and much more for developers.

PHPMyAdmin is intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the
  web. Currently it can:
   + create and drop databases
  + create, copy, drop and alter tables
  + delete, edit and add fields
  + execute any SQL-statement, even batch-queries
  + manage keys on fields
  + load text files into tables
  + create and read dumps of tables
  + export data to CSV values
  + administer multiple servers and single databases

PHPMyAdmin Homepage:

PHP-to-MySQL database tutorial:

PX The PHP Code Exchange:

PHP helpsite:

Classified Ads APP

E-Commerce/Shop Cart

Shopping Cart:



FishCartSQL  Ecommerce:
PHPGem is a program accelerates the process of creating of PHP scripts for
working with tables.
Phorum- Forums and message boards are popping up all over the place. To this
point the most popular has been the free perl one at Matt's Script Archive. This
project is trying to design a better forum with the use of PHP and a database.
We are currently using MySQL

NeoBoard- a web based threaded message board written in PHP.  NeoBoard uses
MySQL to manage its messages.
The SQLFusion project  ( Now PHPFusion ) is a collection of components in java
for netobject Fusion. It's an easy and fast way to build php3 and mSQL -> Mysql
web sites with NetObject Fusion. Currently being refined but offering much
promise as a Rapid Application Dev. Tool (PHP code generator) for beginners.
W-Agora is a web-based and customizable forum package. It allows you to install
forums, BBS,guestbooks and all derived things.

MYSQL Manual-

MYSQL tutorial-   http://www.314

Linux website-

MYSQL website:

PostgreSQL website:

Apache Server website:

Prentice Hall book "Core PHP" by Leon Atkinson

NEW "Programming Browser Based Apps (using PHP)" by Dave Medinets ( fm Amazon
only I think )

O'Reilly published book "MYSQL" by Yarger, Reese & King

. . .  Several additional books about PHP expected within a few months.

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