September 20, 2006
Continuing my first post on the subject, here are a few more useful web design resources:
PHP5 has been around for a while, but since I was never able to get it working on my old host I’m just now beginning to use it. These articles cover some of the big changes going from PHP4 to PHP5.
Despite the somewhat rabid enthusiasm in the web programming community for Ruby on Rails (and other esoteric languages), I’m still a fan of PHP, especially now that I can start using the PHP5 object oriented model. It has its quirks, but it always seems to work well for me.