Applications

CW10 – May 22, 2008 – Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide and Open Flash Charts

Angelo discusses the Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide 2nd edition and explains how to implement Open Flash Charts into your PHP project. Don’t forget to E-mail comments and suggestions to compiledweekly AT gmail.com. Links: Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide at Amazon Open Flash Charts Download This Episode

MetaWeblogAPI Web Resource

If you are looking for excellent resources for the MetaWeblogAPI and derivatives (Blogger 1.0, WordPress, MovableType APIs), look no further. SixApart has an excellent web site that documents all of the APIs pretty well. www.sixapart.com/developers/xmlrpc/

Line-bar graphs and Pie charts for your web application

If you ever needed to display reports of information in a visual way in your web application then you’ll appreciate Open Flash Chart. This flash based charting library has everything. From line graphs, bar graphs, pie charts, mixed line/bar graphs and more with the ability to add hovers, custom colors, sizes and web links. The […]

Sun acquires MySQL

If you have not herd, Sun Microsystems is acquiring MySQL. I think this is a great move, especially since Sun has embraced the open source community as strong, if not stronger, than other large companies such as IBM, Yahoo and Google. Article: http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/sun-to-acquire-mysql.html I think the move is a good one for MySQL. With the […]

Lighty Web Server Fast with static pages

Three months ago I started looking at an alternative web server to serve URL redirects.  The need arose when I found that Apache web server would consume a lot of system memory when testing simulated spikes to the server.  Apache could handle between 1,200 to 1,700 requests a second.  Though the number of requests per […]

Freeware CD/DVD burning application – InfraRecorder

If you are looking for a full featured and simple to use CD/DVD burning application, look no further. Check out InfraRecorder found at Source Forge. Link: http://infrarecorder.sourceforge.net/ I just used it to do some basic burning and it worked beautifully. It’s light weight and gets you going. Check it out!