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The recent restructuring of the tech giant Google under a larger company Alphabet, that was announced on Monday, has come up with a lot of news and controversies associated with it. It’s being reported that BMW claims to own the Alphabet trademark and it’s the owner of Alphabet.com domain name.
Experts say that the world’s data is doubling every two years. This epic increase in Big Data has highlighted the limitations of reliance on traditional forms of data storage and management while also focusing attention on new methods for addressing the volume and variety and veracity of structured and unstructured data. In these discussions, one of the terms you’ve undoubtedly heard lots of buzz around is the expression “NoSQL.”
What was your favorite announcement from the Google I/O 2016 keynote? Here is a roundup of the biggest news coming out of Google I/O 2016 for you:
Cloudways, a Managed Cloud Hosting Platform is growing in the web market at an agile rate. Recently, Cloudways has announced its integration of DigitalOcean data center located in Bangalore (Bengaluru), India. DigitalOcean, being one of the four cloud providers on Cloudways, has proved itself as an amazing cloud service for users across the world.
This class can connect to MySQL using MySQLi and run SQL queries. It can establish a connection to a given MySQL server using MySQLi. The class can execute either queries that return results or not. Queries that return results return them in arrays. It can also generate log files of the executed queries when in development environment.
It can take the network address of a server and the name of a protocol and it tries to establish a TCP connection to a given port of the server to see if it accepts the connection. The server port to connect is configurable but it can also use the pre-defined ports for several known protocols like IMAP, POP3, SMTP, SMTP/TLS, SMTP/SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, CUPS, LDAP, LDAP/SSL, MYSQL, and PostreSQL.
CodeIgniter is a PHP full-stack web framework that is light, fast, flexible, and secure. More information can be found at the official site. This repository holds the pre-alpha code for CodeIgniter 4 only. Version 4 is a complete rewrite to bring the quality and the code into a more modern version, while still keeping as many of the things intact that has made people love the framework over the years.