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Will the next databridge version use procedural mysqli or object orientated mysqli?

Thread began 8/07/2013 4:40 am by biesheuvel378713 | Last modified 8/14/2014 11:53 am by Jason Byrnes | 604 views | 8 replies |

biesheuvel378713

Will the next databridge version use procedural mysqli or object orientated mysqli?

I was just wondering, I read that the next databridge will use mysqli wich is a good thing, will it use procedural or object orientated mysqli?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It may use either in different scenarios. We haven't finalized the output code, so some details will be figured out later in the development cycle.

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biesheuvel378713

Maybe I'm just to curious (forgive me if I am;) ) but will databridge still use a connection file, so if in case I've build a website with databridge and I want to chage the server for the website I just have to adjust one file?

Just curious (and impatient)

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes... but it will be more than just updating the connection file since you'll have to update all of the Recordsets, Update, and Insert statements to use the new functionality as well.

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biesheuvel378713

Oh forgot to reply, thanks for your information, can't wait to see the new databridge!

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henrik441511

I am also thinking of new updates will take care of SEO - maybe SPA concepts - I bought an SEO php plugin at dmxzone and thought it could be used togeteher with webassist - both php - got this answer !!??

Hello Henrik,The way data generated with webassist plugins is different than the way we render the data with HTML5 Data Bindings. HTML5 Data Bindings uses AJAX in order to render the data faster (client-side) and search engine bots are not "good" at reading AJAX rendered data, that's why you need the HTML5 Data Bindings SEO - in order to make your dynamic content on the page "readable" by the search engine bots.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Using Design Extender and Power CMS, SEO is already available. You can create content areas for meta-keywords, meta-title and mete-description and add those content areas to you pages in the associated tags.

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henrik441511

Thanks for information, i am well aware there are advantages and disadvantages to this i'm trying to figure out how to use pretty Url in a php enviroment. What i was thinking of is simple procedural URL routing if this get implemented in future releases and how to get along with this, but maybe its off the topic here.
Regards
Looking forward

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

For SEO friendly URLs, you need to use htaccess and mod rewrite

you can find more information by searching google for:
mod rewrite seo friendly url

Here is one result that gives a basic example:
http://www.seocentro.com/articles/apache/mod_rewrite-create-search-engine-friendly-urls.html

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