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Title : PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor for SIP
Author(s) : S. Bhatia, A. Niemi
Filename : draft-bhatia-sipping-sip-php-00.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 10-Jul-01
Due to the similarity of SIP and HTTP, many mechanisms that have
been instrumental in the success of the World Wide Web have been
replicated in SIP. PHP is a robust, cross-platform scripting
language, which has been tailored to simplify and accelerate service
development on the World Wide Web while empowering the developer
with easy and yet reliable connectivity with all modern databases.
This draft discusses the creation of SIP services using PHP.
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