The Underground PHP and Oracle Manual
by Christopher Jones, Alison Holloway
Publisher: Oracle 2008
Number of pages: 290
This book is designed to bridge the gap between the many PHP and the many Oracle texts available. It shows how to use the PHP scripting language with the Oracle database, from installation to using them efficiently. The book contains much unique material on PHP's Oracle OCI8 and PDO_OCI extensions.
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by Paul Hudson
This book teaches PHP from scratch, no PHP programming skill is assumed. The topics are ordered in such a way as to allow newcomers to progress smoothly and quickly in their learning without having to copy thousands of lines of code.
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