Language syntax’s, performance, PHP, Ruby, Java and who’s better? Ahhhh! –
I was reading on The Server Side and came across this post:
which is part of this overall discussion:
Lately, I seem to have a problem log-in into Gmail from my Internet Explorer, this happens both at work (IE over Vista) and at home (IE over XP).
I get this wonderfully informative error message:
Doing a couple of “refresh” helps sometimes.
But what really helps is using FireFox instead of Internet Explorer- This problem does not happen in FireFox.
I am Writing a PHP application that needs to run a back end .NET application. When creating a running the WCF web service out of the box, the PHP could not connect to the web service.
The PHP returns "Caught exception: Cannot process the message because the content type ‘text/xml; charset=utf-8’ was not the expected type ‘application/soap+xml; charset=utf-8’."
WCF is running a new version of web services than expected by the PHP.
Change the binding type of the WCF service from binding="wsHttpBinding" to binding="basicHttpBinding".
This insures that your .NET web service would support clients and other services that conform to the WS-I standards.
When trying to debug a WCF ( windows communication foundation) .NET 3.5 framework library, you might encounter a problem where Visual Studio (VS 2008) refuses to run or debug the WCF web service.
The error you get from the WCF test client when trying to debug the WCF service is this – "WCF Test Client: Unrecognized option ‘targetclientversion’ specified"
Release 1.1 adds a fully functional JAVA server-side implementation to the pre-existing PHP server-side implementation. Now, Ajaxdo, AJAX
persistent Data Objects, enables applications can work in a JSP/JDBC environment and port easily from PHP to JAVA and vise-versa.
Code, examples and documentation can be found here.
When designing enterprise application architecture, talking to clients and doing interviews for my group, I sometimes tackle the “scale up vs. scale out” software architectural dilemma.
To set the stage lets define what scale means as well as what scale-up and scale-out mean.
Release 1.0 contains a framework for gathering statistic runtime information on spring web application, a configurable dashboard view with a default AJAX implementation and an example application that demonstrates the Spring-Dashboard basic abilities.