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The PHP IDE I have been using a lot lately and really like is PHP Designer 2008 (http://www.mpsoftware.dk/phpdesigner.php). Though I am a fan of free software and open source projects (I also tried the free PHPEclipse http://www.phpeclipse.de/tiki-view_articles.php as I enjoy using Eclipse for Java programming), I actually purchased this one, for about $50 or so. The only problem I see with PHP for Delphi is the price.  For a bit more money, one could buy Zend Studio made by the folks who support PHP and is considered the flagship PHP IDE.  Delphi for PHP's screenshots look nice, if I get some time I may just have to download a trial.
Posted 13 years ago
Delphi for PHP 2.0 ships
After selling tens of thousands of units of the initial version of Delphi for PHP, first released in February of 2007, in early March, CodeGear announced the availability of version 2.0.
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I'm glad you found this KB post intersting inspiring you to ask (and answer) your own question. -Adam
Posted 13 years ago
Storing your .NET Application Settings
Storing settings and configuration information for your .NET application can be achieved in a number of ways including using the app.config file and the ConfigurationManager class, using the registry, and in your own custom configuration file.
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I believe that the short notation for megabyte is MB while megabit is Mb.
Posted 14 years ago
Megabits (mb) per second. A bit is either a 0 or 1 (a digit) and a byte is a string of 8 bits. 8 mbps (megabits per second) equals 1 MB/sec (megabytes per second). Therefore 54 mbps is equal to a max of 6.75 MB/second.
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Possible solution to the problems stated below can be found at:, http://www.prestwood.com/ASPSuite/kb/document_view.asp?qid=100497
Posted 14 years ago
LB: New NT Service Version of Load Balancer available
Prestwood Load Balancer 1.1 is now available. Now Load Balancer runs as a service.

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