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Beginner's Take Note: Ullman's Is the Ultimate PHP Book 12. Juni 2012
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Larry Ullman's PHP for the Web is unsurpassed as a beginner's guide to learning PHP. The book, for instance, covers many essential topics, such as variables, forms, sessions and cookies, numbers, and strings. Ullman furthermore provides excellent screenshots of the code to provide the macro, or `big picture', perspective while providing an explanatory break down of each piece of code for a micro perspective. Ullman also uses relevant examples that are necessary for making a professional Web site, including log-in pages and editing features for administrators. More importantly, Ullman's style of writing is instantly engaging, wondrously eloquent, and grammatically polished, making for a thoroughly enjoyable read of what might otherwise be considered a dry topic.

Prior to reading Larry Ullman's book, I read the entirety of a PHP manual by Kevin Yank, concluding the book with complete confusion and no practical skills. However, it appears that Yank has a new edition that might have some improved features. In addition to reading Yank's manual on PHP, I read Janet Valade's Dummies guide, which was the worst PHP manual imaginable, heavily laden with coding errors and misprints.

As a beginner to PHP and computer programming, the key to my success with Larry Ullman's book included the prior reading of Javascript, A Beginner's Guide, Third Edition by John Pollock. Pollock's book broke down not only Javascript into accessible components, but also explained the basics of computer languages, such as variables, arrays, regular expressions, and other essentials necessary for a solid background in introductory computer programming and PHP. After reading Pollock's book, Ullman's book appeared lucid and friendly-- a logical next step. Also, while reading Larry Ullman's book, I paid for a month-to-month subscription to and watched her video tutorials on PHP and MySQL. These tutorials accompanied with a read of Larry Ullman's book made for an excellent PHP and MySQL learning experience.

Larry Ullman's book is the ultimate guide for learning PHP for beginners. The logical progression from this book is Larry Ullman's PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites coupled with Rick Morelan's Beginning SQL Joes 2 Pros . After I finish reading Larry Ullman's second book in the series, PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites, I plan on tackling one of his subsequent books in the progression on how to make a shopping cart. Ullman also provides a book on advanced PHP, which follows his PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites book. Ullman is the master of providing easy-to-follow, comprehensive learning tools for programming in PHP; the Ullman series is a must for any beginner's library.
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Very clear, to-the-point book with good examples 17. Oktober 2011
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I have been making websites here and there, simple ones, for over 10 years now. I also have good knowledge of programming, and have been doing that for many years as well (C, C++, Java, and other languages). When it comes to web programming, all I've used before is pretty much only HTML, and some random javascript codes picked up over the internet. I thought PHP was not for me, but mostly, I thought it would be too long to learn.

As it turns out, it is an easier language than most other languages. And this book makes it all the more easy, and goes right to the point. The examples are plentiful--the author mainly starts whatever he wishes to show with an HTML form that is to be handled by a PHP script. The page layout is really well designed as well: all pages are divided into two columns, and on the outer-most columns you have the text, while on the inner-most columns you have codes and boxes. The codes are well laid out as well, with the important or new lines of codes being highlighted in grey. After each example, the author also gives a series of tips, which are very insightful, and generally a little more advanced than the text itself.

This book is certainly written for a beginning audience, when it comes to both PHP and programming more generally. However, even though I'm a beginner only in PHP and certainly not in programming, I appreciate this book immensely, and it is extremely helpful. Importantly, I do NOT deem it to be too simple. It is the case that I read over some sections quickly, but I'm still doing what I bought this book for: learning PHP.

I was hesitating between this book and the author's more advanced PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide (4th Edition), but what made me choose was the fact that the current book's emphasis is on PHP, all the while covering MySQL databases in chapters 12 and 13, whereas the other book (the QuickPro Guide) seems to be much more oriented towards the use of MySQL databases than to be oriented towards PHP in general. I wanted to make sure that I had strong foundations in PHP before I consider creating very big and complex databases; and the current book, namely the QuickStart Guide, is doing just that. Plus, the QuickStart Guide does include an introduction to MySQL anyway--which I suspect will be more than sufficient for my needs (what is covered in the QuickPro Guide in terms of databases, namely the creation of a forum, of a blog, and of an e-commerce site with a cart and catalogs, is way more detailed than what I need in terms of databases, which is more simple and basic).

The bottomline is: Very highly recommended, for novice or advanced programmers alike, who want to pick up PHP and a basic but sufficient knowledge of MySQL databases.
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Great book for the true beginner 11. November 2011
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I haven't found a lot of great PHP books out there, but the couple of books I've checked out by Lawrence Ullman have been first rate. Ullman writes very clearly, and this book, along with the CSS book in the Visual Quick Start guide series (by Jason Cranford Teague), are clear winners. I'd recommend skipping the VQSG JavaScript book, though.

I don't see how Ullman could make the introduction to PHP clearer or more gentle than this, other than than taking a Sitepoint-like approach and making the book full color with a lot of screen shots.

That being said, if you're not a true beginner, you can probably start with Ullman's PHP and MySql book, which I'm currently reading in the previous edition.
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A 13 step program for wannabe PHP adicts 1. Dezember 2012
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Working with Meetups' PHP Percolate Season four [...] and Larry Ullman's terric book: PHP for the Web, fourth edition, was a terrific experience. The book moved us quickly from the earliest information up through all of the language constructs in a business like manner that gets the job done effectively. This book is simple to follow, easy to read, reasonably easy to use as a reference - I was always able to find something I was looking for; the table of contents describes everything being accomplished in each chapter.

The book stops short of complex PHP issues, object oriented programming and any real discussion on HTML - except by example. The use of HTML is well rounded if not thorough. The only thing I found to criticize is the complete omission of function arguments being passed by reference and what that really means. It doesn't explain that complex types, arrays and objects are automatically passed by reference and why. I guess that's the subject of a serious computer science course rather than a language primer.

The treatment of MySQL is quite thin but suits the purpose of the book's objective to teach PHP, not MySQL. All in all I liked the book very much and think others could be made like it that provide a working set of basic knowledge and allow for inspiration and play to occur while working the chapters. I look forward to the next book in the series: PHP Advanced and Object-Oriented Programming: Visual QuickPro Guide (3rd Edition) by Larry Ullman.
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Great book 25. Oktober 2011
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This book helped me pass my class on PHP. I have no background in computing and am looking to change careers. This gave me a general knowledge of PHP and how to use it effectively.
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