At first glance, reusing content between PHP and Java applications might seem like a difficult task. However, this task is made significantly easier by PHPCR, an adaptation of the Java Content Repository (JCR) standard which allows PHP developers to access and modify JCR content, without requiring any special Java training or knowledge.
Magnolia CMS is an open source, enterprise-grade Java CMS which uses JCR to store all its content, including Web pages, documents and images. PHPCR enables PHP developers to create integrated Web applications to interact with this content. Common scenarios include using a PHP front-end to editing Magnolia CMS page content and page properties.
On 28 Feb 2013, David Buchmann, Software Engineer at Liip AG and one of the leaders of the PHPCR project, will present a webinar on connecting PHP applications with Magnolia CMS. This free webinar will demonstrate real-world examples of accessing and reusing Magnolia CMS JCR content through a PHP front-end. This webinar is extremely useful for Java and PHP developers of all levels, as well as decision makers interested in content portability.
Register now for this webinar at http://www.magnolia-cms.com/resource-directory/webinars/phpcr.html