Building a Twitter Analysis Tool Using MySQL, PHP, and NetBeans

Justin Bolter (Sun Microsystems, Inc.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.33, 6 ratings)

In this session we’ll be building a PHP+MySQL application that uses the
Twitter API and has some AJAX fun with it.

You’ll also get a chance to see what it’s like to build an application in a PHP IDE like NetBeans. Those of you who use ‘vi’ might want to see how the other half lives, and scoff at us under your breath. Or you may actually get turned on to the power of a good IDE and realize hey, I could use some of that.

In this session we will be demonstrating

- Building a PHP+MySQL+web services+AJAX application in NetBeans
- Using the Twitter search API
- Using AJAX-based graphing tools to provide dynamic graphing to your application

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Justin Bolter

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Justin Bolter is a Technology Evangelist in the Sun Microsystem’s Developer Outreach organization. He recently joined the evangelist team to work with scripting languages and emerging web technologies. His primary areas of focus are PHP, JRuby, Groovy, JavaScript, JavaFX and Social Networking. Justin joined Sun over 4 years ago after graduating from UC Santa Barbara with a B.S. in Computer Science.

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04/25/2009 2:42pm PDT

Indeed I would qualify this as a dream session! Well-prepared, following a very good pace, with a clear goal; just the exact amount of material for the time allowed. Congratulations!

04/24/2009 4:38pm PDT

Don’t know why people only gave 3 stars. It is one of the most useful sessions I attended in this conference. It is clear, organized and useful.

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