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Essential PHP Tools: Modules, Extensions, and Accelerators [Format Kindle]

David Sklar

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Présentation de l'éditeur

This book is an essential guide to some of the best free add-ons to PHP. These add-ons, or tools, provide invaluable functionality for improving your PHP web applications, including accessing databases, generating robust Web forms, using page templating systems, creating and parsing XML documents, authenticating users, and much more.

In response to the existing shortage of documentation about the tools, author David Sklar packs this book with details about installing, configuring, and using each tool—along with plenty of examples tailored to PHP 4 and 5.

Sklar also lays out the details of Auth and HTML_QuickFormtwo hard working PEAR modules, so you don't have to code your own authentication system or Web form construction set! Also included are chapters on debugging programs, and increasing Web server speed. In short, you will learn to eliminate inefficiencies in PHP, and enhance performance without any code modification.

Table of Contents

  1. Accessing Databases with DB

  2. Accessing Databases with ADODB

  3. Using HTML_QuickForm for Form Processing

  4. Templating with Smarty

  5. Performing Event-Based XML Parsing with XML_Parser

  6. Developing Lightweight Web Services with XML_RPC

  7. Developing Heavyweight Web Services with SOAP

  8. Performing Easier XML Parsing with SimpleXML

  9. Sending Mail 

  10. Working with Authentication, Users, and Passwords

  11. Understanding PHP Internals

  12. Profiling and Debugging with Xdebug

  13. Accelerating with Code Caches

Biographie de l'auteur

David Sklar is the co-author of O'Reilly's PHP Cookbook, is an independent technology consultant in New York City, and an instructor at the New School. He was a founder and the Chief Technology Officer of both Student.Com and TVGrid.Com, where he led teams of PHP developers to build multilingual, data-driven web applications. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Yale University.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 3175 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 368 pages
  • Editeur : Apress (10 mars 2004)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Learn to use external PHP libraries effectively 12 juin 2004
Par J. Sheth - Publié sur
David Sklar has written a book on a subject that most other PHP authors have ignored, and which many PHP programmers have failed to consider: how using pre-made, existing libraries effectively can save you hours of writing (and re-writing) PHP code.
There are many external libraries available to PHP, some under the PEAR brand ( [...] ) and others by individual authors or companies.
If you would like to automate the creation, processing and validatin of form processing, there's HTML_QuickForm. If you'd like to implement a templating system to separate presentation logic from other programming logic, there's Smarty. If you would like to setup a lightweight, yet completely usable and effective web services platform, there's the PEAR XML-RPC library.
In many of these cases, the online documentation is too complicated or technical (e.g. HTML_QuickForm) or too skimpy (PEAR XML-RPC). Enter David Sklar's book!
David uses concise, clear language with plenty of examples to explain how a certain library works. He goes through it step-by-step, first with a paragraph of descriptive text, then with a snippet of code elucidating what was previously mentioned.
He manages to cover just enough ground to enable you to grasp how to use a certain library without boring you to tears with extraneous, non-essential information.
If you would like to avoid re-inventing the wheel and the introduction of bugs (that almost always follows the insertion of new, untested code), I suggest you procure a copy of Essential PHP Tools today, and read it cover-to-cover!
18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I hope to see more books like this 27 juin 2004
Par Foti Massimo - Publié sur
The PHP world is full of great add-ons, modules and tools available for free on the Internet. Unfortunately, many of them lack quality documentation. If you already have a decent understanding of PHP and want to expand your arsenal this book is for you. Take a look at the TOC and you will find plenty of useful material, from portable database connectivity, to SOAP, XML and much more. Each chapter is self-containing, no linear reading is required and you can safely skip something or jump across different topics. I hope to see more books like this; there are many little software gems out there that deserve this kind of treatment
15 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tools you will want to know about if you use PHP 3 mai 2004
Par Harold McFarland - Publié sur
If you are using PHP with your web applications you will want a copy of "Essential PHP Tools". Author David Sklar has gathered together tools to resolve some of the most common problems of PHP. If you want to do authentication you don't have to hand write the code, a free tool is available. Unfortunately many of the best free tools for PHP also have minimal documentation. David Sklar resolves this problem by providing excellent documentation for each of the tools mentioned in the book. Some of these include tools for accessing databases (using both the DB and ADODB methods), generating and processing forms, templating, XML parsing, sending mail, authentication, working with users and passwords, debugging, caching, and optimizing. The tools are easy to find and useful, the documentation excellent, and the writing style easy to follow. All this makes "Essential PHP Tools" a highly recommended book for anyone using PHP on their webserver.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Helpful but not comprehensive 3 novembre 2004
Par Erik S. Heerlein - Publié sur
This book does alert you to many useful modues, extensions and accelerators and given that many of these are open source and their documentation can be skimpy, it's good to have examples and documentation from another source.

However, this book is not comprehensive in it's coverage of said modules, extensions and accelerators and in areas where it covers material already explained in the documentation, I preferred the original documentation's style and explanations. The book does mention things that the original documention does not, but the original documentation talks about things that the book does not.

In short, I had to read both the documentation and the book to fully understand the code.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Extensions? What extensions? 22 août 2005
Par J. Wren Hunt - Publié sur
You would think that a PHP book that actually mentioned "Extensions" as part of the title would cover extensions wouldn't you? Well in the case of this book you would be wrong. The index has exactly 1 entry for 'extensions' and even that is a 1 sentence footnote! Compare that to the 45 pages devoted to the subject in George Schlossnagle's book "Advanced PHP Programming" and you can get an idea of actually how deficient this book is in this aspect.
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