PHP and ASP/ASP.NET have emerged as the two primary applicationdevelopment frameworks for developing web applications. PHP is opensource, and it is the most popular Apache module in use, by far. This bookcovers the key topics that developers familiar with basic PHP syntax need tomaster to become fully productive and effective with PHP 5. These topicsinclude customizing PHP through writing PHP extensions, object-orientedPHP programming, using and building PEAR components, PHP shellscripting, and XML with PHP. Simply put: Readers will understand how toextend PHP to meet the needs of any development project, no matter howcomplex
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"This book, written by my colleague, Andi Gutmans, and two very prominent PHP developers, Stig Bakken and Derick Rethans, holds the key to unlocking the riches of PHP 5. It thoroughly covers all of the features of this new version, and is a must have for all PHP developers interested in exploring PHP 5's advanced features"
—Zeev Suraski, Co-Designer of PHP 5 and Co-Creator of the Zend Engine
In this book, PHP 5's co-creator and two leading PHP developers show you how to make the most of PHP 5's industrial-strength enhancements in any project—no matter how large or complex. Their unique insights and realistic examples illuminate PHP 5's new object model, powerful design patterns, improved XML Web services support, and much more. Whether you're creating web applications, extensions, packages, or shell scripts—or migrating PHP 4 code—here are high-powered solutions you won't find anywhere else.
Review PHP's syntax and master its object-oriented capabilities—from properties and methods to polymorphism, interfaces, and reflection
If you're a software developer new to PHP, you'll leap quickly into PHP and its new object-oriented capabilities. If you're an experienced PHP programmer, you already recognize PHP's convenience and simplicity. Now, discover all of its extraordinary power!
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At this book's link to Zend.com, download a fully functional 90-day version of Zend Studio, today's breakthrough tool for developing, managing, and debugging PHP code.
Series Editor Bruce Perens' is an open source evangelist, developer, and consultant whose software is a major component of most commercial embedded Linux offerings. He founded or cofounded Linux Standard Base, Open Source Initiative, and Software in the Public Interest. As Debian GNU/Linux Project Leader, he was instrumental in getting the system on two U.S. space shuttle flights.
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ANDI GUTMANS co-created PHP 3 and all versions since. A member of the PHP core team, he is one of the world¿s most highly regarded PHP developers.
STIG SÆTHER BAKKEN, also a member of the PHP core team, created PEAR: PHP Extension and Application Repository, the framework and global distribution system for reusable PHP components. Gutmans and Bakken are members of the PHP Hall of Fame.
DERICK RETHANS is a PHP code contributor and leader of the PHP QA team.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2004. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Foreword. Preface. 1. What Is New in PHP 5? Introduction. Language Features. New Object-Oriented Model. New Object-Oriented Features. Other New Language Features. General PHP Changes. XML and Web Services. Other New Features in PHP 5. New Memory Manager. Dropped Support for Windows 95. Summary. 2. PHP 5 Basic Language. Introduction. HTML Embedding. Comments. Variables. Indirect References to Variables. Managing Variables. Superglobals. Basic Data Types. Integers. Floating-Point Numbers. Strings. Booleans. Null. Arrays. Constants. Operators. Binary Operators. Assignment Operators. Comparison Operators. Logical Operators. Bitwise Operators. Unary Operators. Negation Operators. Increment/Decrement Operators. The Cast Operators. The Silence Operator. The One and Only Ternary Operator. Control Structures. Conditional Control Structures. Loop Control Structures. Code Inclusion Control Structures. Functions. User-Defined Functions. Function Scope. Returning Values By Value. Returning Values By Reference. Declaring Function Parameters. Static Variables. Summary. 3. PHP 5 OO Language. Introduction. Objects. Declaring a Class. The new Keyword and Constructors. Destructors. Accessing Methods and Properties Using the $this Variable. public, protected, and private Properties. public, protected, and private Methods. Static Properties. Static Methods. Class Constants. Cloning Objects. Polymorphism. parent:: and self::. instanceof Operator. Interfaces. Inheritance of Interfaces. final Methods. final Classes. __toString() Method. Exception Handling. __autoload(). Class Type Hints in Function Parameters. Summary. 4. PHP 5 Advanced OOP and Design Patterns. Introduction. Overloading Capabilities. Property and Method Overloading. Overloading the Array Access Syntax. Iterators. Design Patterns. Strategy Pattern. Singleton Pattern. Factory Pattern. Observer Pattern. Reflection. Introduction. Reflection API. Reflection Examples. Implementing the Delegation Pattern Using Reflection. Summary. 5. How to Write a Web Application with PHP. Introduction. Embedding into HTML. User Input. Safe-Handling User Input. Common Mistakes. Techniques to Make Scripts "Safe". Input Validation. HMAC Verification. PEAR::Crypt_HMAC. Input Filter. Working with Passwords. Error Handling. Cookies. Sessions. Handling the Incoming Uploaded File. Architecture. One Script Serves All. One Script per Function. Separating Logic from Layout. Summary. 6. Databases with PHP 5. Introduction. MySQL. MySQL Strengths and Weaknesses. PHP Interface. Example Data. Connections. Buffered Versus Unbuffered Queries. Queries. Multi Statements. Fetching Modes. Prepared Statements. BLOB Handling. SQLite. SQLite Strengths and Weaknesses. Best Areas of Use. PHP. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_013147149X
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