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In a previous article , we discussed FirePHP’s basic logging functions for debugging your PHP web applications. Although–as we have seen–it can be used for debugging purposes, its main utility is to log information about your web apps, and it does a terrific job in that regard. In this article, I will introduce you to an old concept that seems to be forgotten by most web developers today: the importance of logging. Additionally, I’ll walk you through some of functions designed to keep your logging more organized. We will talk about:
The PHP/Java Bridge is an implementation of a streaming, XML-based network protocol , which can be used to connect a native script engine, for example PHP, Scheme or Python, with a Java virtual machine. It is up to 50 times faster than local RPC via SOAP, requires less resources on the web-server side. It is faster and more reliable than direct communication via the Java Native Interface, and it requires no additional components to invoke Java procedures from PHP or PHP procedures from Java. J2EE back end clustering and Apache load balancing are supported as well as running PHP scripts within JSP, JSF or other frameworks. The bridge uses "continuation passing" to invoke procedures/methods from each environment.
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