One of the ways you can get up to speed in learning PHP — or any Web technology for that matter — is by using an excellent editor complete with all the things the you need to get things done. Most beginners start out with the familiar HTML Editor called DreamWeaver. The nice thing about DreamWeaver is that it is packed with many tools to speedup the development process of a page. It also supports a good number of server-side technologies including JSP, PHP, ColdFusion (from the same company called Macromedia), and the ASP.Net Languages C# and VB.Net. A host of features will be available to you once enable DreamWeaver’s support for your favorit server-side technology. It allows for syntax-highlighting, function-lookup, reflection, intellisense and many other things that could save you time and sanity when coding your script.
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The popularity of Java and .NET these days has relagated the lonely ODBC on the sidelines. To heck with ODBC? It is inherently slow and besides newer technologies for database connectivity are all over the place. In fact, they come bundled with the platform or framework or the SDK you are using.
Problem arises when you are not so free to use those fancy technologies. Now, for all its sake, read further as this one actually happens to a programmer I know and you might get a chance to experience the same as a working programmer.
Jeff was asked by his IT Department Head to develop an application to generate reports against an existing in-house developed HR Application with MS SQL Server at the backend. The reports will be used by Department Heads accross the office over their local area network. He is not to install anything on the already slow client machines.
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