Created by: jgmdev
Date: 03/02/2014 @ 8:41:39 pm
While doing some casual reading at the news site slashdot, I stumbled at an article that got my attention titled "Free (Gratis) Version of Windows Could Be a Reality Soon". As always, the user comments are really fun to read so I was ready with my bag of popcorn for some action show. Many comments mentioned that it could be a strategy from Microsoft to compete with the rising start Chrome OS, also a way to steal some google search market by trying to reach more users with bing which would be shipped by default on the speculated free version of windows, with some special kind of browser or shell.
So as a google search user myself, I opened bing.com on my beloved firefox and gave it a try with the intention of comparing the accuracy of bing vs google using the term "wxphp". Bing results where pretty similar to those of google with the difference that results didn't got saturated with the wxphp.com site. After navigating various result pages I came across this german site http://perfektes-php.de/php-beyond-the-web/ which mentions a book that seems to include some pages about wxPHP so from this page I landed on what seems to be the official "PHP Beyond the Web" book's site. On the table of content wxPHP is listed on section 5.11, besides that I don't know which kind of information those pages hold since you have to buy the book to read it.