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by Ed Lecky-Thompson,Heow Eide-Goodman,Steven D. Nowicki,Alec Cove

ePub Professional PHP5 download
Author:
Ed Lecky-Thompson,Heow Eide-Goodman,Steven D. Nowicki,Alec Cove
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978-0764572821
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0764572822
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Wrox; 1 edition (November 26, 2004)
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by Ed Lecky-Thompson (Author), Heow Eide-Goodman (Author), Steven D. Nowicki (Author), Alec Cove . This book is good for some programming ideas and for scratching the surface of how to design good PHP5 web applications. 4 people found this helpful.

by Ed Lecky-Thompson (Author), Heow Eide-Goodman (Author), Steven D. Nowicki (Author), Alec Cove (Author) & 1 more. ISBN-13: 978-0764572821.

This book has a pragmatic focus on how to use PHP in the larger scheme of enterprise-class software development

This book has a pragmatic focus on how to use PHP in the larger scheme of enterprise-class software development. NET ship with out of the box. This book addresses this issue by covering the following material

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What is this book about? With the release of PHP 5 and the Zend Engine 2. .

NET architectures that currently dominate corporate software development. Lecky-Thompson is the founder of Ashridge New Media, a professional new media technology consultancy based outside London. Eide-Goodman is a member of NYPHP and LispNYC who uses PHP in his day job to do Web sites, services, and back-office transformations among SQL Server, Interbase/Firebird, and MySQL.

Professional PHP5" covers a wide range of topics-including how to implement object-oriented concepts in PHP5, UML modeling, and design patterns-and features a discussion on project management paradigms. Nota: Los envíos a España peninsular, Baleares y Canarias se realizan a través de mensajería urgente.

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Steven D. Nowicki Steven D. Nowicki is Director of Software development . Nowicki is Director of Software development at The Content Project, a Santa Monica, California–based consulting firm currently developing a massive enterprise resource planning and contact management system comprising more than 300,000 lines of OO PHP code. Introduction Professional PHP5 was written for PHP developers who are interested in expanding and leveraging their development skills by utilizing the features of PHP5. This book covers some advanced techniques in PHP, so we assume that you have a solid grounding in the basics of PHP application development.

Heow Eide-Goodman is a member of NYPHP and LispNYC who uses PHP in his day job to doWeb sites, services, and back-office transformations among SQL Server, Interbase/Firebird, and MySQL. Edward Lecky-Thompson is the founder and director of Ashridge New Media, a professional new media technology consultancy based in Berkhamsted, just north of London, England.

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What does this book cover?. Unlike Java or. Parts 2 and 3 present objects and object hierarchies that, when completed, comprise a robust toolkit that developers will be able to reuse on future projects.

What is this book about?

With the release of PHP 5 and the Zend Engine 2, PHP finally graduates from it earliest days as a lightweight scripting syntax to an powerful object oriented programming language that can hold its own against the Java and .NET architectures that currently dominate corporate software development. This book has a pragmatic focus on how to use PHP in the larger scheme of enterprise-class software development.

What does this book cover?

Unlike Java or .NET, there is little discussion of the application of design patterns, component architectures, and best-practices to the development of applications using PHP. Software written in the absence of this sort of higher-order architecture will never be able to match the robust frameworks that Java and .NET ship with out of the box. This book addresses this issue by covering the following material: 

Part 1 discusses the OO concepts that were initially explored in Beginning PHP 5 and a demonstration of how to implement them in PHP 5. This section also covers UML modeling and provides a brief introduction to project management techniques that are covered in more depth in Part 4. Parts 2 and 3 present objects and object hierarchies that, when completed, comprise a robust toolkit that developers will be able to reuse on future projects. These chapters are designed to arm the professional PHP developer with the sort of constructs that are available out of the box with platforms such as Java and .NET — from simple utility classes like Collection and Iterator, to more complex constructs like Model/View/Controller architectures and state machines. Part 4 shows how to use the toolkit from Parts 2 and 3 to create real-world applications. We look at the development of a robust contact management system that will leverage the componentry and concepts already discussed and introduce project management and software architecture concepts that enable developers to accurately identify business requirements, design scalable, extensible platforms, and handle change management effectively. It covers the waterfall and spiral project management paradigms and include a discussion on eXtreme Programming and other approaches to software development. The Appendices include an extended discussion on the effective use of CVS, introduce the Zend Studio IDE and related tools, and discuss performance tuning and scalability.
  • This book is great for experienced developers looking for some ideas in how you can use PHP to implement your application designs.

    There are some obvious mistakes and bad design choices in the book, but most intelligent developers will spot these.

    The last part of the book is an end-to-end review of a PHP5 life cycle, and it's pretty worthless if you're at all a postmodern developer.

    This book is good for some programming ideas and for scratching the surface of how to design good PHP5 web applications.

  • First, visit wrox dot com and download the sample code that is available for free on their site.

    If you think you want this book, you probably already have php5/Apache/mySQL installed on your development workstation.

    Unzip the sample code, browse it using your favorite IDE. Note the usage of PostgreSQL instead of MySQL. Take a shot at executing the very simple OO sample files in the first chapter. Notice the syntax errors, the use of depracated functions, and errors in filenaming.

    This book was rushed through development, much like most poorly developed applications. Very much a shame. I bought the book based off of previous Amazon reviews but failed to visit the user forum on the wrox site.

    You'll notice there that the topic of greatest interest for this book is that of disappointment in it's development. In print for most of this year and not a single errata to correct the carelessness of the authors' inattention to detail.

    0 stars for typos.

    0 stars for poor sample code.

    0 stars for the editors.

    1 star for providing great general reference in the non-code oriented chapters.

    1 star for giving me the chance to fix the errors in sample code and offering it up to wrox in exchange for refund of this purchase.

    Be warned. This is a great reference book, the code is bukaki.

  • I have been a PHP programmer for several years now, and this book just took things to a new level for me. It inspired me to build more scalable and secure applications and to become a better programmer. Though this book is about Object Oriented PHP, it also covers things like Project Management, templating, and specific Design Patterns.

    This book is chock full of great code examples - real world examples. The authors have a great writing style that makes this book an easy read without getting bored or lost.

    If you are looking to become a professional PHP programmer, this book is a must read. It allows you to get a better grasp of OOP and its patterns and approaches.

  • I gave it 3 stars for the inspiration that the discussion of a great breadth of PHP/OOP topics provides. There's everything from design techniques to coding practices to project management. Unfortunately, the treatment of most topics is somewhat cursory and many of the code examples are either not thought out carefully or don't work. Thus the code, although it takes up a substantial part of the book, has to be seen as illustration material only. Some of the concepts I found confusing. For example, I am not quite able to understand the purpose of a collection class (chapter 5), given PHP's dynamical typing and associative arrays. Furthermore, the MVC model (chapter 13) is introduced as having a fourth "infrastructure" component. I am not sure what architecture model this would constitute, but it is probably not an MVC model. There are many such quirks in ths book. Programmers who are interested in advanced OOP concepts will find this book to be a good overview of methodical -as opposed to ad hoc- software construction with PHP. In order to actually learn and apply these techniques, a more thorough introduction to object-oriented theory and design is probably required.

  • I agree that this book must have been rushed through development considering all the typographical errors, but I also agree that most of them are obvious and easy to overlook. I also agree that all the examples are written for PostgreSQL. I use both PostgreSQL and MySQL, so I don't have a problem with converting the code to use the new PHP mysqli functions. Other than quoting field names, there aren't many differences between PostgreSQL syntax and MySQL syntax. What this book does is start from chapter 1 showing you how to use Object Oriented Programming with PHP, and it does an excellent job of carefully covering each step so that you have a solid foundation to move to the next chapter. I love this book! Even with a mistake in the code on the errata page, it still rocks. Wrox books are the best!

  • For years I have relied on the reviews on Amazon to help me select the technical books I would purchase, this is only the 3rd time I've been moved to actually write a review and the first 5-star rating I've given. I bought this book because it seemed to have a lot more depth on oop in php5 than other titles available. What I got was that, plus a whole lot more.

    If you are a garage php programmer, a hobbyist or a novice... if you don't make your living programming (or aspire to) - then this book is not for you.

    On the other hand, if you are a professional, you will find that this book is written by professionals with you in mind. All of the excellent PHP5 related instruction and reference is discussed in the context of serious development methodologies and practices. It gives you insight as to how a serious development team can (and does) approach large-scale development projects in PHP. Any by the way, it ends forever any doubts you may have that PHP could or should be used for such projects.

    Nice job guys! I only regret that I have but 5 stars to give.