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This book takes on the most important challenges of web programming in PHP

5 using state-of-the art programming and software design techniques including

unit testing, refactoring and design patterns. It provides essential skills for developing

or maintaining complex to moderately complex PHP web applications.


To keep programming productive and enjoyable, state-of-the-art practices and

principles are essential. Object-oriented programming and design help manage

complexity by keeping components cleanly separated. Unit testing helps prevent

endless, exhausting debugging sessions. Refactoring keeps code supple and

readable. PHP offers all this—and more.

This book shows you how to apply PHP techniques and principles to all the

most common challenges of web programming, including:

• Web presentation and templates

• User interaction including the Model-View-Contoller architecture

• Input validation and form handling

• Database connection and querying and abstraction

• Object persistence


• Explains to PHP programmers software engineering principles of design and

architecture of web programming

• How to refactor / redesign / restructure legacy applications

• Improve existing code incrementally and under time constraints

• How to use automated testing

• How to keep web applications secure

• Rich in interesting and useful examples

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Amazon.com: 4.5 étoiles sur 5 14 commentaires
30 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 best of the best 6 octobre 2007
Par Discoveror - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Most books, I've read are written by full-time authors, rather than contractors (i.e. practitioners) ... and it shows ... in the "hello world", foo-bar examples ... for lack of immagination. This author has, clearly, been developing websites - for years; it's so evident throughout. Moreover, the author is VERY well read and aware of the latest development theories, practices, principles and design patterns. He writes with the wisdom of someone who has lived through long wars of website development and, more importantly to the reader, has found most practical ways to weave current design theory into guidelines for getting things done with PHP.

How many books have you finished and asked yourself, "ok, now, where do I start?". This is NOT one of those books. This, more than any other, answers the "How ...?" providing a whole process for starting, being sure of incremental progress, handling inevitable complexity and, ultimately, maintainability.

I've read over a dozen PHP books, usually picked based on Amazon recommendations (when available). This book stands head and shoulders ABOVE ANYthing I've found to date ... for its pragmatic blend of theory and practice. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, this is at least an 11 (or better)! If you don't study this book, CAREFULLY, you're in for far more miserable coding experiences than necessary.

When I took the scenic boat ride through Oslo harbor, I had no idea that such a blend of PHP techniques and advanced coding theory was evolving in Norway! <G> It's such a beautiful ride ... try it.
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 PHP In Action 7 décembre 2007
Par Sam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is geared toward the intermediate PHP developer who wants to bring in aspects of OOP, Testing and Refactoring to help improve the quality of the code they write. It is split into four parts; Basic Tools and Concepts, Testing and Refactoring, Building the Web Interface, and Databases and Infrastructure.

In addition to PHP, I have decent amount of experience with Java and Java web frameworks such as Struts. So as I worked through this book much of the content was familiar to me but from a Java perspective. It was enlightening to see the authors express these same concepts from a PHP perspective. The fact that many times (not always), the implementation in PHP is more concise and elegant that the Java alternative really shows of the power of a dynamically typed language such as PHP. Also the fact that PHP was bred from the beginning to be a web development language gives it a definate advantage in the web arena.
The authors are honest though, they haven't simply painted implementing OO, TDD, and Refactoring as completelty painless. For instance in the testing portion they've devoted quite a bit of time to showing the difficulties of testing (especially in a Web environment). Such as the need for mock objects and the difficulty in keeping mocks "real enough" so they fail and pass as the real object would. This full disclosure is key for readers to estimate if the extra effort of a concept is worth the benefits for their particual situation.

Overall this is great book for the intended audience. It is not "black and white" about the solutions it proposes. Reasonable alternatives are given and the pros and cons of each are expressed. For those with extensive OO experience, some portions of the book may seem trivial but overall it is still worth a "quick scan" to see the specifics of PHP implementations of general OO concepts.
PHP in Action: Objects, Design, Agility
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good read overall, with lots of information for intermediate developers 22 octobre 2007
Par Trent Buckingham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One thing I liked in this book is that it has lots of information for experienced web developers who are moving from a bigger framework (like .Net, Rails, or even Java) to PHP. It contains good practices for performing "framework-type" activities like database and HTTP request encapsulation. The chapters on controllers tells you how emulate MVC-like components in PHP.

The only problem I have with it is how the chapter intros were written. They read like page fillers that just break the smooth flow of the whole text. Most of them are personal experiences by the author(s) that were forcefully fitted to introduce a certain programming topic or issue. The thing is it just doesn't work.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Good Book 19 janvier 2009
Par Mark Twain - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Simply put, this is one of the best books on OOP & PHP I have laid my eyes on. I got it based on a friend's recommendation. I was going through his library in his office of probably 20+ php books (including others on OOP [he's an OOP guy])- and he's a php book contributor himself) and he pointed out this one and said this was the best treatment of OOP he'd ever seen. This coming from someone who it seems thinks in PHP at times, I quickly got it and have not been disappointed.

So if you're reading reviews and wondering if you should get this or the other book...no question, get this.
26 internautes sur 36 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 being a good PHP book isn't saying much 28 novembre 2007
Par George Jempty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The problem with PHP experts is that they're just beginning to catch up with experts in other OO languages. The author purports to compare and contrast Java and PHP in early chapters, but fails to point out a significant difference, although he uses such examples over and over: that object constructors that take no arguments may omit the (empty) parentheses in PHP, but not in Java. The author's explanations of certain design patterns are sorely lacking; for instance regarding the Strategy pattern, he uses the ambiguous term "pluggable" over and over but never once the term "algorithm", yet substituting algorithms is precisely what the Strategy pattern is designed for. There is some very good material on MVC -- he even has the courage to contradict Martin Fowler -- but mixed with suggestions that are myopic, such as the author's continued insistence that using PHP's various ob* (output buffer) functions are practically the only way to compartmentalize web page components should you choose to role your own framework, while ignoring the notion of layout definitions (a la Java's Struts/Tiles), which I am using successfully on a current project. So, while this is a much better thought out book than most on PHP, this needs a highly critical reading, something which most PHP programmers are probably not inclined to.
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