- Taschenbuch: 974 Seiten
- Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 2002 (17. Januar 2002)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1861006918
- ISBN-13: 978-1861006912
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 5,1 x 14,6 x 22,9 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 4.074.685 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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PRO PHP4 PRGRM, (Programmer to Programmer) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Januar 2002
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PHP is an open source, server-side HTML-embedded web-scripting language for creating dynamic web pages. Outside of being browser-independent, it offers a simple and universal cross-platform solution for e-commerce, complex web, and database-driven applications. This title shows the reader exactly how to create state of the art web applications that scale well, utilize databases optimally, and connect to a back-end network using a multi-tiered approach. It also aims at teaching PHP by coding - among other things - FTP clients, e-mail clients, some advanced data structures, session management, and secure programming. This book covers: the whys and wherefores of PHP4; PHP installation on *nix, Windows, and MacOS X; sessions and cookies, coding FTP clients, network-related function calls, and directory services; PHP support for LDAP; multi-tiered development using PHP; PHP's interaction with XML; PHP with MySQL; PHP with PostgreSQL and ODBC; securing, optimizing, and internationalizing PHP applications; and PHP extension libraries.
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This book is a resource for working PHP developers who want to take their skills to the next level. Although it assumes a conceptual familiarity with programming and databases in general, anyone who knows PHP enough to code and maintain small web applications can use this book. We also assume an interest in designing large web sites and general network programming to make full use of this book.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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There's no doubt that you'll get a truck load of information: the book can easily be used as a weapon (let it slip from your hands onto somebody's foot and they're bound to end up in hospital). The problem is that the information is not presented in a clear, consistent manner, nor is it very well organized.
Each one of the 26 chapters is written by a different author, and the authors obviously didn't spend a whole lot of time planning how the chapters would all tie in with each other. Some chapters seem to have been written by people who are less than fully proficient in English, and yet others are just badly written.
This may sound like nitpicking, but when you're trying to grasp fairly complex concepts and "take your programming skills to the next level", believe me, it makes a difference -- you need to be able to follow the author's thread. You want clear, well illustrated explanations, not page after page of geekspeak glossing over stuff that you're supposed to understand but don't.
And though I'm certainly no PHP genious, I do have a fairly good understanding of the basics of PHP, which has enabled me to developed a few useful applications all by myself. In other words, I'm not a complete idiot who just happened to pick a book that's too advanced for me.
If you're a geek and like plain geekspeak without many examples to waste your time, then by all means this book is an excellent investment.
Forget ASP, and JSP. Do it with php! :)
They sprinkle the book with trivial examples that don't give any "meat", concentrate on the details of what low-level functions are available, and gloss over completely how to make the best use of the features.
This book contains a lot of information, but it is not organized to get an experienced developer up to speed on a new language, nor is it geared towards a beginning programmer who might need basic concepts explained.
I don't know who would find this book at the "right level", but I wish I hadn't spent my money on it. I've gotten more out of the website than I got out of this book.