Node.JS and PHP Part 2

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In the previous article, we laid the groundwork for a Node.JS broadcast server. Now that it is working, the next step is to throw some PHP into the mix. We will begin by creating a PHP script that will post to our Node.JS server. Once that step is complete, it is just a few lones of code to complete the script, posting to PHP and returning the result!

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Node.JS and PHP Part 1

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It was recently suggested to me to try out Node.Js and websockets to replace some ajax calls I was using in a web app. After scouring the web for a few hours, I realized that I would have to compile forum knowledge and my own experimentation due to the lack of any actual getting started articles on this subject. I decided that I would document all of my efforts and post them here. This is the first article in my tutorial series on setting up Node.Js, Socket.IO and PHP in a simple socket application.

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