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Zend Framework 1.8 Web Application Development (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. September 2009

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  • Taschenbuch: 380 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (21. September 2009)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1847194222
  • ISBN-13: 978-1847194220
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2,2 x 23,5 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (1 Kundenrezension)
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7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Andreas Kraftl am 4. Januar 2010
Format: Taschenbuch
Der Umfang des Buches ermöglicht es nicht, alle Aspekte des Zend Framework zu behandeln. Keith Pope schafft es allerdings, die wichtigen Aspekte wunderbar auf den Punkt zu bringen. Sowohl die Auswahl der wichtigsten Aspekte, als auch die Komplexität der Beispiele ist gelungen.

Beinhaltet sind zum Beispiel ein sehr schön auf den Punkt gebrachter Einblick in das Design von Models (MVC). Aber der Reihe nach '

Das Buch hat in sich einen roten Faden. Es startet mit einer Einführung in MVC (eine halbe Seite), um gleich direkt in die Installation und Umsetzung des ersten Projektes überzugehen. Es wird also nicht lang Theorie gewälzt, sondern direkt praktisch gearbeitet. Für mich ein grosses Plus in diesem Werk.

Dann folgt schön strukturiert die Einführung in das Zend Framework. Schöne Appetithäppchen, welche kurz und prägnant ein kleines Thema theoretisch abhandeln, um schnellstmöglich zum Gericht, dem Codebeispiel, zu kommen. Beides aufeinander abgestimmt.
In diesem Zusammenhang gibt es dann auch ein grosses Kapitel zum Thema MVC und Zend Framework.

Dann geht es schon an das Eingemachte. Es wird der erwähnte Onlineshop umgesetzt. Es ist in sich kein fertiger Shop, es geht hier wirklich nur um die Erklärung mit Hilfe eines praktischen Beispieles. Für mich war es sehr erfrischend, nicht die 100e Variante eines Blogs als Beispiel erfahren zu müssen.
Der Autor spricht in diesem Zusammenhang immer von der "Storefront Application". Der Name beschreibt hier sehr gut die Idee dieses Shops.

Weiter geht es mit der grundlegenden Arbeit: Verzeichnisse erstellen, Konfigurationsdatei erstellen, Controllers und Actions erstellen, und so weiter.
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11 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Outstanding Book - Worth Your Time! 6. Dezember 2009
Von Kurt Hogentogler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is an outstanding book on the Zend Framework. I didn't read the last chapter on Unit Testing but definitely will at some point. With this book you will create a real application from start to finish. You will learn a lot of advanced skills in application design, caching, optimization, modules, testing and how to build a scalable application. But most importantly, you will be able to reuse everything you learn for other projects. I've already begun a new project with code I created from this book.

I've read quite a few PHP and programming books and this one definitely is the best to date! The author can communicate and doesn't have a silly sense of humor which can be irritating with some authors. Keith Pope knows the subject matter and successfully guides the reader to build a cool shopping cart application.

This book is advanced so it is not an introductory book on the Zend Framework or PHP. After reading this book you will feel a sense of accomplishment; with a deeper understanding of application architecture, design methodology and so much more. It is worth your time and effort.
9 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good but assumes too many things 13. August 2010
Von ChillFok - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This books starts very well but it gets way too theoretical way too fast. For a good 130 pages this book gives you a lot of information about ZF's classes and how to theoretically instantiate them and use them but the examples are shown out of context so you're left wondering where that code snippet you've just read would go to (Bootstrap, Application, Controller, etc). And there are no real practical examples in the first 130 pages or so. For example, you get to know how to fully customize every aspect of the MVC classes but you don't get to use most of what you've learned until 100 pages later. It's very hard to grasp all that info without seeing it in action. Specially if the framework's concepts are new to you.

A good example of how complex this book can get is the chapter on creating the Model for the included storefront project. The chapter guides you through creating a very complex model (classes that inherit from classes that inherit from classes, so and so on) right off the bat. There is no progressive curve, so I guess pedagogically this book is on the poor side.

On the other hand, the author DOES know what he's talking about and takes his time to explain WHY he does what he does which is very important in these kinds of books.

This is definitely not a light reading and took me a couple of re-reads to understand most of the stuff. Wouldn't recommended it as a first view into ZF though.

If you've read the Symfony Framework documentation intro project Jobeet (Symfony 1.4 at the time of this writing), then you've read the complete opposite of this book; they give you a VERY progressive HOWs and usually not the WHYs. This book give you a very mature yet simple project ready for you to copy paste but you're left to digest it at your own pace (if you can!).
7 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
The best Zend Framework resource you'll ever see. 9. Februar 2010
Von S. A Stillwell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Zend Framework (ZF) is a very complex piece of software and getting consistent direction on it through websites is a little wanting. This books comes shining through. The author is obviously a Jedi programmer of some sort and knows the ZF front and back. I highly recommend this book, although at times the author seems to get a little too abstract with different functions, this is a great resource if you're planning on writing your own application using the ZF.

Lots and lots of example code and he even tells you where the code should go (imagine that). The book takes you through writing a simplified shopping cart or store site, but the concepts for bootstrapping, ACL, Authentication, Modules, DB, plugins and much more are explained in depth. With this book you will take mammoth leaps ahead in your programming skills.
5 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Best book for ZF 16. Dezember 2009
Von Robert Zienert - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The first thing that always strikes me about a book is how it has been written: if the personality is dry or uninteresting, I never finish past the first chapter. Keith did a great job, in my opinion, of writing in a very conversational approach which appealed greatly to me. The flow of the entire book down to individual sections in chapters made things easy to read.

The book is all about web application development, which interestingly enough is communicated by the title. So, it makes perfect sense that the book took the path of using a Storefront as it's reigning sample application throughout it's chapters. This is a tremendously welcome change over the exceedingly boring blog examples that I seem to see in every book and tutorial known to man. Through using the Storefront, Keith was able to bring up more real-world problems and provide multiple solutions to those problems than what would've been offered by a mundane blog application! I took particular interest in the Storefront example because of the project Purple, Rock, Scissors is currently wrapping up that involved creating a Storefront-esque system for a client. What are the chances of that?!

As a bonus, unit tests and maintaining a build tool is prevalent throughout the entire book. Emphasis on good application development practices is paramount and I think the ZF community as a whole is very conscious of this [one of the main reasons I have so much love for ZF], so I was glad to see it getting good exposure inside of the book as well.

And so it was decided...

The book would prove to be invaluable to those who are interested in diving into Zend Framework for application development. Furthermore, if you're up to your eyeballs in ZF day-in and day-out like I am, I still recommend picking up the book as it is packed with tid-bits of juicy info that I learned from. I don't want to run around praising the very spot on my desk where the book lies right now, but I honestly don't have much to complain about. Keith does use Ant for his build tool, which is fine to me. I prefer Phing, but that's just what I used first. It's really all personal preference so I can't criticize.

As Matthew Weier O'Phinney, the Lead Developer of ZF, mentioned at ZendCon this year; the rapid pace that Zend Framework is changing is starting to stabilize. ZF 1.8 marks a massive leap in the project roadmap with the introduction of Zend_Application, which is one of the points the book focuses on. If the book were titled, "Zend Framework 1.7 Web Application Development" and we were just entering 1.8, I would be singing a different song.

In this regard, I think the book remains relevant and will continue to be with the coming release of ZF 1.10. While there are always components being added and improved, they are typically points that change some scope but not the entire game like Zend_Application did.
3 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great book! 29. Mai 2010
Von ChArLiE - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I love it, a great resource for the Zend Framework, the first 2 chapters worth the purchase.

You can find very well explained how the ZF works and how to extend its functionality.

As of this writing, ZF is on version 1.10 but the book is still very very useful to understand its structure and how powerful is.

In my opinion the Zend Framework is the best tool for large scale websites(using PHP) and this book a must have for any developer interesting in the topic.
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