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What to Expect in PHP 5.0

The discussions about the new PHP 5.0 release is rife in the web developer community. This article will highlight the key aspects of PHP's advances to improve your web application's functionality.

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By: Ben Shepherd
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April 03, 2003
  1. · What to Expect in PHP 5.0
  2. · A Bit of PHP History
  3. · PHP 5.0 Will Take the World by Storm
  4. · Conclusion

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What to Expect in PHP 5.0 - Conclusion
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So there you have PHP programmers. PHP 5.0 will be a fine asset to your web application. With the use of the Zend Engine 2.0, large scale web applications using PHP 5.0 will now be with an advantage thanks to PHP's continuous drive toward object orientation.

When PHP 5.0 is released, DevArtices will provide the latest articles and tutorials to assist you with your PHP programming.

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