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Core PHP Programming

3.51  ·  Rating Details  ·  37 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Core PHP Programming is now updated for PHP 5. The new object model allows for genuine object-oriented programming, and the book now covers design patterns. All existing PHP developers will want to find out about these new features.
Paperback, Third Edition, 1104 pages
Published August 15th 2003 by Prentice Hall (first published May 7th 1999)
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In-ho Yi
read it when I was an aspiring script kiddie in High School. First bit was alright. But then the second half was just a hard copy dump of library reference manual. Duh.
James
May 14, 2010 James rated it it was amazing
I found the second edition to be useful as a quick reference. Now that I am nearing the completion of my first read of the third edition I anticipate one rereading at least. There are many topics and specifics here covered with which I had little or no prior familiarity and some features of PHP of which I had knowledge became newly exciting to me. For my purposes this is almost a different text than the second edition. In sum and in my own work it is proving to be a book of great worth.
Ryan Boone
Dec 16, 2013 Ryan Boone rated it really liked it
Is it a reference book? Yes. Is it dry? Undoubtedly. But if you want to know all there is to know about PHP, this is the book.

I recently rediscovered it while running through a PHP class at Treehouse. The understanding of Object-Oriented Programming I gained alone was well worth the purchase price. Now I'm pouring over the design patterns examples.This is a great book to nerd out on.
John Dalton
This isn't a bad book, but I bought it specifically for its coverage of PHP5 and was very disappointed in that respect. It only provides a fairly cursory overview of the newer features, whereas I'd prefer to have seen a much more extensive exploration of fully OO PHP as enabled by PHP5.
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