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    Post Is PHP ready for Web 2.0?

    I must confess that Is PHP ready for Web 2.0? if yes provide me better source for it

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    what do you even mean by that statement?

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    Confess? - I think you mean ask.

    Web 2 isn't really a server side technology. Web2 is more of an interactive nature on the clients machine - EG ajax powered web pages that get new content from the server without refreshing the page. So in answer to your question, yes PHP is Web2 compliant (Web2 is the same technology as the original web - html, a webserver, a server side language and a database).

    What source do you want? - You want a better source for PHP? - Go to php and download it then. IF you're asking for php source code for a project then you need to either request a programmer in the appropriate forum or learn php yourself (it also helps to tell us what the project is rather than just demand we provide the source).
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    Almost looks like the original poster has asked a jibberish question
    just to get their spamming links displayed. They develop web sites,
    so I'm assuming the quality their work is just as bad as the questions they ask.


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    Thats a good point actually.. I didn't even look at the sig.. I'll report it as spam.
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    The OP was reported on this thread yesterday. I looked at it, as well as their other posts - so did a lot of other moderators from the looks of it - and it appears to be legitimate. That said, let's please get this thread back on topic. Thanks.
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    OK ... I guess OP should re-ask the question in a different way.


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