Hi Experts. I just saw this video.I have been working on php applications.I just saw this Windows Azure with PHP integration. It looks very secure and safe programming.May I know whether this combination is having much openings in industries. How can I start implementing the code with Windows Azure. What is Windows Azure, is it cloud computing kind of. Waiting for your reply.
Thanks Shaik, Hyderbad, India
I'm rather new to Windows Azure, but the video introduction does make it seem rather simple and straight forward to get through, right from initial development and testing right through to first deployment. Thanks for the helpful resource.
Great video, simple, only in 3 steps.
Only I have a question. When or how to get the sdk and windows azure account to test with other applications?
Searching the Web for PHP integration in Azure I've found that in previous versions, there was a template project for PHP in Visual Studio 2010. Do you know if this template or another one for PHP in Azure, will be available in the near future?
Thanks, in advance.
I've just try the same command lines on my machine:
scaffolder run -out=./sample
And have the following errors:
2: Error in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Azure SDK for PHP 4.1.0\scaffolders\DefaultScaffolder.phar:224 - unpack(): Type V: not enough input, need 4, have 0 2: Error in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Azure SDK for PHP 4.1.0\scaffolders\DefaultScaffolder.phar:228 - unpack(): Type V: not enough input, need 4, have 0 2: Error in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Azure SDK for PHP 4.1.0\scaffolders\DefaultScaffolder.phar:228 - array_values(): The argument should be an array 8: Error in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Azure SDK for PHP 4.1.0\scaffolders\DefaultScaffolder.phar:232 - Undefined offset: 2 8: Error in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Azure SDK for PHP 4.1.0\scaffolders\DefaultScaffolder.phar:233 - Undefined offset: 5 8: Error in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Azure SDK for PHP 4.1.0\scaffolders\DefaultScaffolder.phar:234 - Undefined offset: 4
Do you know where they could come from (PHP version, spaces in the directory path, etc.)?
Replying to myself: I was using 2 versions of PHP in my path env parameter. Every thing went right after removing the wrong one (PHP 4.XX) .
I don't have windows, I am a unix developer. Can I use windows Azure PHP instances to deploy and run my application or does azure only work with windows?
And what about Mac ? How can I publish to Azure from my Mac?
and what about database connection. How it handle if a had a entire system accessing a MySql server?