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MongoDB and PHP [Kindle Edition]

Steve Francia
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What would happen if you optimized a data store for the operations application developers actually use? You’d arrive at MongoDB, the reliable document-oriented database. With this concise guide, you’ll learn how to build elegant database applications with MongoDB and PHP.

Written by the Chief Solutions Architect at 10gen—the company that develops and supports this open source database—this book takes you through MongoDB basics such as queries, read-write operations, and administration, and then dives into MapReduce, sharding, and other advanced topics. Get out of the relational database rut, and take advantage of a high-performing system optimized for operations and scale.

  • Learn step-by-step the tools you need to build PHP applications with MongoDB
  • Perform Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) operations, and learn how to perform queries to retrieve data
  • Administer your database, and access and manipulate data with the MongoDB Shell
  • Use functions to work with sets, arrays, and multiple documents to perform synchronous, asynchronous, and atomic operations
  • Discover PHP’s community tools and libraries, and why they’re valuable
  • Work with regular expressions, aggregation, MapReduce, replication, and sharding

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Steve is the Chief Solutions Architect at 10gen where leads the public side of the engineering organization. Prior to 10gen Steve led OpenSky to become the first ecommerce site powered by MongoDB and one of the first PHP sites one of the first PHP sites backed by MongoDB. His previous roles include CIO/COO at Portero, VP of Development at Takkle and Founder & CTO of Supernerd. Steve loves open source. He has contributed to dozens of open source projects including MongoDB, Doctrine, Symfony2, Magento and Zoop and has started a few of his own. Steve holds a BA from Brigham Young University, where among other things, he created and taught a course on dynamic web development.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 658 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 80 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: O'Reilly Media; Auflage: 1 (23. Januar 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0071A07QO
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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Very nice book. Ideal for an fast access to mongo db. But the part about replication could be more detailed.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen For PHP developers trying to explore the non-RDBMS space 24. Dezember 2012
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The way I see it, when you're called to write a book review, it's all about the reader's perception about how good it is - and that is very, very subjective. When it comes to programming books, then I guess it has a lot to do with the reader's own expertise, too.
I've read some pretty nasty reviews about this book on Amazon and some pretty good reviews on So, here are my thoughts.

First of all, when I think of programming and/or databases books, I think of heavyweights. That's definitely not the case here. At 62 pages, this is more a white paper than it is a book. It is basically a white paper for experienced PHP developers who have seen a couple of NoSQL technologies or are haunted by the limitations of MySQL and need a few good reasons why they should switch to MongoDB. Thus, there are several MongoDB features introduced but there is hardly the attempt to teach how to use them or to explain them in detail; the text simply acts as a reminder that "this feature exists, go Google it to see how it works in detail".

I have very little experience with PHP and decent experience with MongoDB. What I liked most is that I was able to understand almost everything PHP-wise; that is, apart from all references to the PHP frameworks out there, which should be very meaningful to all readers already using PHP. What I didn't like is that, not only I didn't really learn anything new about MongoDB, but there are a few parts that are already heavily outdated, too - but that is, of course, not the author's fault. A typical example is the all new aggregation framework introduced in MongoDB 2.2 which is missing. Additionally, I found its structure not to be optimal in the sense that bits and pieces of information about a given subject exists in a couple of places instead of having it all gathered in one spot.

All in all, I think this book is targeted to very specific PHP developers with greater than average database know-how, who are trying to bypass the limitations of their current DB model. If you understand what sharding or eventually consistent mean and you are exploring the NoSQL (or even better, the non-RDBMS) space, then this book could help you. If you are a beginner with PHP or MongoDB, then there are a few other books that you could find much more useful than this.

If I could, I would rate it 2.5 out of 5.
3.0 von 5 Sternen A decent introduction for someone switching from mongo shell/ one of the other drivers but reads too much like a whitepaper 2. April 2013
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This book leaves a lot to be desired. I think what other reviewers have said is true. This is why I could not in good conscience rate it lower, since I should maybe have borrowed instead. My instincts are also telling me that more information regarding the actual implementation side of things can be found online on the very helpful mongo site.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Beginners book 30. Dezember 2012
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Great book for a Beginner. Errata not reported. Hope that it will have an update on the future. Just theory not many examples.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Solid foundational text 2. Oktober 2012
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This book from top tech publisher O'Reilly & Associates packs a lot into just 62 pages. It's not a cookbook to solve every problem, but for the experienced developer who is considering a PHP+MongoDB solution, I found it to be a great starting place that provides a solid foundation in the technologies and their implementation. Francia includes many code snippets to show how to use PHP with MongoDB and also mentions a number of separate open source projects that provide add-on libraries and tools for specific needs. I also really appreciated the background and philosophy of the MongoDB system that gave rationale to the features that the book describes.

The book starts with basic information for readers who are pretty new to MongoDB, moves into specific PHP example code, then deals with a number of advanced topics, some just briefly enough so that you know what's there. Developers using MongoDB for larger projects will want to consult more exhaustive references to get more details on complex topics like DB replication and sharding.

Another reviewer seemed distressed that everything in this book could be found elsewhere. Probably. (Maybe not the personal experiences and commentary, which I found helpful.) But the same could be said of about every book written on Linux, Apache, PHP, etc. The fact is that this book and others that treat open source topics in a structured way with clearly written descriptions do all developers a service and are worth the investment in money and time compared to spending another night digging through FAQs.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Not worth Purchasing 16. Juli 2012
Von John Sig - Veröffentlicht auf
I was very disappointed in this book. It dis not even cover the use of ObjectId when finding documents. There is nothing in this book that you could not get in either reading the PHP MongoBB documentation or 10 minutes doing a Google search.
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