RADICORE v2.02.0 released01 February 2017
RADICORE v2.01.0 released01 November 2016
RADICORE v2.00.0 released01 October 2016
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How to implement Two Factor Authentication01 February 2008
Support for PHP4 dropped, support for PHP7 started01 October 2016
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DB or not DB, that is the question05 March 2017
On not using the "right" standards13 December 2016
Object Oriented Database Programming01 November 2016
Radicore for PHP
Radicore has been tested with the following versions of PHP:
- PHP 4.3.8 and above, with the following extensions:
- PHP 5.0.0 and above, with the following extensions:
You do not have to tell the code which version to use as it is clever enough to work it out for itself. You do, however, have to ensure that all required extensions are available.
The following database connectors (classes from which I create Data Access Objects) are also included:
- MySQL version 4.0.6 to 4.0.25, which uses the original MySQL extension. Note that MySQL stopped active support for version 4.0 on 30th September 2006.
- MySQL version 4.1 and above, which uses the improved MySQL extension. Note that MySQL stopped active support for version 4.1 on 31st December 2006.
- PostgreSQL version 8 and above.
- Oracle 10g and above
- SQL Server 2008 R2 and above
When the database supplier terminates active support for a particular version of their product it also means that there can be no guarantee that Radicore will function on that unsupported, obsolete version. Radicore uses features which are available in the current version of the database, so it may cease to function if used with an older version of the database in which those features do not exist.
Although you have to define in the CONFIG.INC file which RDBMS you are using - MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle or SQL Server - there are different class files available for MySQL and Oracle due to different API names with different versions. There is no need to specify which class file to use as the framework is clever enough to work it out for itself.
The software has been built and tested using the Apache web server. No guarantees can be given regarding the reliability or performance with other web servers.
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