Beginning PHP By author Matt Doyle November

  • Title: [(Beginning PHP 5.3)] [ By (author) Matt Doyle ] [November, 2009]
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    1. is not easy to beginning with this book for php,you will not create a website in three days with this book,but yoiu will begin to learn POO,i think that the exercices are too long, isn't a good idea with a kindle


    2. I had been introduced to Java and C at the University level, along with getting the nuts and bolts of the client side of user experience with html, css, and a little javascript. I personally run blogs and message boards, all that require the use of server side scripts, hence the need to know PHP.Above describes my reasons, now my experience with the book.This book stands as one of the few that allowed the eager intermediate developer(such as myself) to keep pace without getting board while still [...]


    3. I figure if you're reading this review you have a need to learn PHP and you're trying to sift through reviews of a bunch of books and pick the best investment. I can't tell you about other PHP books; this was my first one. But I can tell you what I liked and didn't like about this PHP book.First of all, there's a lot to like. Where the book is strong:* The book is pretty comprehensive. And it takes you from the beginning using baby steps. You can come in not knowing beans about PHP and by t [...]


    4. How I wish there was a Matt Doyle's textbook back when I began learning PHP. Well, I guess, better late than never! Having worked in technical education for many years, and more recently as a front-end web developer, I know how crucial it is for educators and web designers to have a good grasp of the workings of PHP. PHP is the most widely used programing language, developed from the ground up, to address the needs of the web browsing consumer. Back in November 2009 while looking at new arriva [...]


    5. This is a best of breed PHP 5.3 book. It covers a lot. I have the paperback and Kindle Fire edition of this text. Matt Doyle does an excellent job detailing what you need to know about PHP. If you write PHP and you do not have this book, man, you really are missing out.


    6. Purchased this book just beginning of this month, and I am on Chapter 8 as I am writing this book review. This book is really easy to follow if you want to get started with PHP programming. The best part that I like the most about this book is the exercises at the end of each chapter. It's a good way to test myself and go back to review some of the areas that I need to complete those exercises, then I can discuss with other programmers on wrox forum site.


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