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Essential PHP for Web Professionals (Essential (Prentice Hall)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Dezember 2000

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This concise, practical, example-rich guide teaches Web developers exactly what they need to know to achieve high-quality results with PHP, the world's fastest growing Web scripting language -- immediately. Endorsed by the World Organization of Webmasters, Essential PHP for Web Professionals offers no-nonsense, practical coverage designed around real-world examples you can see working on a live sample site. Cosentino walks through installing and configuring PHP on the Apache Web Server in both Linux and Windows environments. Next, he offers practical coverage and detailed examples that address all of PHP's most widely-used applications, including: adding dynamic content to Web sites; integrating databases into Web sites; and much more. Essential PHP for Web Professionals comes with a free web site that includes downloadable code and other valuable resources.


  • Get results with PHP4—today!
  • Learn from real-world examples available from a companion Web site
  • Master every key technique!
  • Discover database integration, forms/email processing, page templates, and much more
  • Endorsed by WOW (The World Organization of Webmasters)
  • This compact, example-rich guide teaches Web developers exactly what they need to know to achieve great results with PHP4, the world's fastest growing Web scripting language. Endorsed by The World Organization of Webmasters, Essential PHP for Web Professionals offers no-nonsense, practical coverage built around real-world available from a companion Web site. From PHP installation through sophisticated site automation, this book delivers practical answers, usable code, and real solutions—fast!

    You'll learn all this, and much more!

    • Installing and configuring PHP4 support on Apache—for both Linux and Windows
    • Delivering dynamic content on any Web or intranet site
    • File reads/writes and data checking
    • Forms processing and automated email responses
    • Using PHP templates to automate page design—and redesign
    • Database integration

    Look to Essential Books for ALL the Web Skills You Need! All these books share the same great format, and the same dynamic Web site... so once you've used one, learning from the others is a piece of cake!

    • Essential CSS and DHTML for Web Professionals
    • Essential Flash 4 for Web Professionals
    • Essential PERL 5 for Web Professionals
    • Essential Photoshop 5 for Web Professionals
    • Essential JavaScript for Web Professionals
    • Essential ASP for Web Professionals
    • And more to come!

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    3.0 von 5 Sternen Useful concise guide but poorly edited 31. Dezember 2000
    Von J Hong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format: Taschenbuch
    Essential PHP for Web Professionals is intended as a concise how-to guide for somebody new to php and needs quick answers. For its size, the book covers quite a lot of breadth: from simple forms all the way to databases. The small size of the book makes topics easy to find though. Another big plus is the line numbers in the code listings that make the author's commentary easy to follow. However code readability suffers from the indentation style or lack of thereof.
    To round out this review, I should mention that there are a couple of irritating details. The section on how to install php on a Linux computer is clearly a cut & paste job from the Windows section. It makes reference to the c drive which of course does not exist in Linux. Thus a Linux user will find the installation chapter pretty well useless. I have sent off an email to the editor but have not yet received a reply. There is also a typo in the chapter on incorporating mySQL into php. The flag to compile apache with mySQL support is --with-mysql and not -with-mysql. This section for the Linux user is again useless because of it's incompleteness.
    In summary, I would recommend this book for the example scripts but if the reader requires more details on installation and/or database connectivity, other books will have to be consulted.
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    3.0 von 5 Sternen Good for newbies but experienced programmers should avoid 5. April 2001
    Von sonytoao - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format: Taschenbuch
    This book provides the basics of PHP programming in an easy-to-read format. It also provides a simplistic discussion of many of PHP's benefits, including cookie management and auto responders. Its lack of detail, however, will frustrate those who already have experience in programming Perl, C++ or other OO languages. For example, the book introduces the mail() function with a light code example, but does not indicate or even hint that configuration must occur somewhere with sendmail (on the linux box) or an outgoing smtp server (for windows). I would recommend this book to non-programmers who want a quick-and-dirty intro. to PHP, but experienced web app. developers should look elsewhere.
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    3.0 von 5 Sternen Audience-Specific 9. Oktober 2001
    Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format: Taschenbuch
    This book has some pretty good examples; however, it skimps on details. It also seems to be geared toward those already familiar with UNIX scripting conventions, because it introduces some syntax features, like back-slashes, with little or no explanation. It also does not explain how or if "nulls" or string-to-number conversions are handled. Nulls can be big "gotchas" if not well-understood. It does not cover session management (which is fairly new I hear, and may not have been around when written). If you like practical examples, then this may be for you. If you like programming details, avoid it. Also, code indentation was lacking in many examples. They may have done this to make it fit on the page, but even slim indentation would have helped readability.
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic Book 19. Juni 2007
    Von Chad R. Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format: Taschenbuch
    My name is Chad R. Smith and I am the President of Get A Supplier ([...]). I have been a website programmer for over 7 years and started from this book. It makes me happy to see that this is still in print as I think that this book is extremely valuable to anyone who is wanting to get into the world of PHP. When I got this book it was Christmas time and I read it all the way to and from grandma's. I took notes, highlighted pages, and just wanted to read more and more.

    What it lacks:
    It lacks substance (as seen from other posters), it cannot provide you with the why and how it works. Other books that have provided me the next level in my quest of PHP knowledge include WROX (Beginning PHP5, Apache, and MySQL Web Development (Programmer to Programmer), and Advanced PHP). These two books will provide the why and how it works, but give you code that is very long. This book also lacks the ability to use best programming practices. It has register_globals off which as you begin to see when getting into the language is a very bad habit to get into. One that has taken me a year or so to break. This book uses cookies where it should have used sessions, however that's just the personal taste of the author.

    What is does well:
    This book is above and beyond great at showing you a clear example of using a function and making it work. This author takes great strides to make everything simple and very understandable to anyone. Now with the existence of PHP5 the installing methods have changed slightly as PHP3 is no longer being supported. The author also gave you real world examples such as a message board (which included a database and login) which as you progress in the world of PHP is important to your livelihood. It does well at giving you examples of using: mail, databases, includes (though one would note using .inc.php is better than .inc), arrays, strings, and a few other vital aspects of PHP.

    I read this book when I was starting out, and recommend it to all my friends and co-workers who are wanting to get started in the industry. As said before if you are a more experienced programmer I would look at the WROX line. However, if you know some (X)HTML and you want to get into the world of PHP without the nonsense this book is perfect for you.

    Thank you,
    Chad R. Smith
    President of Get A Supplier
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen Wow! GREAT BOOK!! 3. Januar 2004
    Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
    Format: Taschenbuch
    I've must have spent at least a gabazillion dollars on useless PHP (and other programming) books in recent months. NOT ONE of them has the ability to:

    1. Explain things clearly and understandably to all, and/or

    2. Present their material without being FILLED with errors that essentially render their books totally useless.

    Unlike EVERY OTHER BOOK I've now read on the subject, this one is a GEM!! Run out and BUY IT, NOW. If you are new to PHP you should NOT even consider anything else first. I've just spent TWO WASTED WEEKS with another book (allegedly the "latest and greatest") that was just released on this topic - I'm now about to give up on that one simply because the pubisher has ignored the horrendous errors in that book and won't publish an errata sheet. This book, even though I've covered half of it, just this evening (really), has taken me well beyond where I had gone with the last one, in just a FRACTION of the time. Even better, I actually UNDERSTAND what the author is trying to say and his code actually works! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE write more!

    Perhaps my only "complaint" is that this book is now "dated" and should be revised. By that I mean that most examples refer to PHP ver. 3 and some of the HTML should also be updated to reflect the change to XHTML. These little matters are easily overcome though and do not present a significant problem.
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