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Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
Magnolia and PHPCR
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Magnolia and PHPCR

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This session will introduce the PHPCR initiative that aims to bring the JCR API to PHP. It will also show how to interact with the content stored inside Magnolia from PHP via HTTP, enabling …

This session will introduce the PHPCR initiative that aims to bring the JCR API to PHP. It will also show how to interact with the content stored inside Magnolia from PHP via HTTP, enabling integration of Magnolia content into PHP websites.

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