Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5The best existing source for this information1 juillet 2005
Par Sean M. Gallagher - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is the only resource I've been able to find that pulls together the current information on Amazon's E-Commerce Service platform *and* applies it to PHP development. I wouldn't say I have the deepest PHP skills in the world, but I found that I could easily apply the exercises in this book to my own projects.
It helps that the book is well-written and engaging (something I've come to NOT expect from the tech-book mills that usually churn out books like this).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Interested in Integration with Amazon ? This is the best place to start.21 août 2005
Par Robert Hendley - Publié sur Amazon.com
I just got done reading and hacking the book and have found many new ways in which to interface with amazon.com web services. The book delivers on its title and does so to a broad audience in a clean style. You will need to understand XML technologies at a beginner's level and be proficient in PHP in order to fully utilize this book. Novices can also learn from this book.
Thanks Jason Levitt
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5.0 étoiles sur 5An excellent resource for web developers28 mars 2006
Par Adrian Casillas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Some of the reviewers seem to be wishing for a "..for Dummies" book. This aint it. What this book is is an excellent overview of the entire Amazon e-commerce platform from the perspective of a web developer. It is written by a web developer for web developers, full stop. And as far as that statement is true, this is an excellent (and inexpensive 8-) resource.
That said, there is most certainly an opportunity for some author out there to write a down and dirty guide to Amazon e-commerce for folks with mom'n'pop websites. Indeed, how about a down'n'dirty guide to amazon/ebay/google/yahoo services..as well as RSS..you name it? A gaping hole in the market IMHO.
Well, I digress: the current book is excellent and heartily recommended to developers and tech-savvy website managers who don't mind skipping some gory details to read a very good overview of what Amazon has on offer.