Zend Studio for Eclipse Developer's Guide (Anglais) Broché – 20 mars 2008
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Biographie de l'auteur
Peter MacIntyre has over 19 years of experience in the information technology industry, primarily in the area of software development. He is a Zend Certified Engineer, and his technical skill set includes several web development languages, client/server tools, and relational database systems such as PHP, PowerBuilder,Visual Basic, Active Server Pages, and CA-Visual Objects.
MacIntyre has contributed to several books, including Using Visual Objects, Using PowerBuilder 5, ASP.NET Bible, The Web Warrior Guide to Web Programming, and Programming PHP 5, 2nd edition, and is a former contributing editor to the online and in-print magazine called php|architect. He has spoken several times at North American and international computer conferences, including CA-World in New Orleans, USA; CA-TechniCon in Cologne, Germany; and CA-Expo in Melbourne, Australia. MacIntyre lives and works in Prince Edward Island, Canada, where he runs his own part-time software company called Paladin Business Solutions (www.paladin-bs.com)
Ian Morse has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Prince Edward Island. He has experience working in both the public and private sectors. For the past several years, he has worked as a private consultant and web system developer under the name of geckoWARE.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
The back cover annoints this book "The definitive, comprehensive guide to Zend Studio for Eclipse." That's a bit of a stretch. It'd be more accurate to say this book is an intro to Zend Studio for Eclipse and a few related topics. I don't regret buying it because it was helpful to me. It did what I needed it to do, which was get my jumpstarted on my transition from Zend Studio IDE to Zend Studio for Eclipse, but if you're looking for a real reference that you can study and re-use, save your money. This book is basic and stops where a real reference book would have started from.
By the way, the book is considerably shorter than the 216 pages that's listed. It's approximately 200 pages including blank pages and the index. Cut out the blanks and the index and it'll weigh in at a slim 174 pages.
I wasn't sure how useful it would be on the 2011 version 9 of Zend Studio but I'm halfway through the book and have drilled into Zend Studio in four hours to a depth I could never have achieved in months without the book.
The book is well organized and the sections target what's needed for PHP coding and debugging with clear, non-technical explanations.
This may be the one of the best values in a tech book ever.
Not real happy with the content of this book. It has not been helpful, yet. But it was very cheap, so there is yet hope.
I am a professional PHP programmer, and have been a Zend Studio 5.x user for two years. I knew every nook and cranny of Zend Studio 5.x. I had only praise for the product.
When Zend released Zend Studio for Eclipse, I switched over to it. All of a sudden I felt incompetent. I literally couldn't figure out how to do anything, it was so different than what I had gotten used to in v5.x.
The Zend manuals didn't help, there was too much background about eclipse to know in order to do the most basic things. As good as eclipse is, it is not the most intuitive piece of software.
So, try as I did, I just couldn't get anything working with ZS4E, even with the Zend manuals.
Frustrated, I went back to 5.x, in the hope that the zend documentation would eventually improve. I spent several months back in the 5.x product when I decided I would once again try ZS4E, but this time with the help of this book.
Contrary to some of the reviews below, about the book not adding value beyond what is available in the Zend manuals, I strongly disagree.
Perhaps the topics the book covers are the same as what the manual covers, but the book fills in so much background you need to know, and walks you through tasks which you need to do, that it - in my opinion - adds lots of value.
Thanks to the book I have been working in ZS4E for several months now. I repeatedly refer back to the book, not the manuals, when I need to do something new.
So that's the positive. I definitely recommend the book. It is miles ahead of the what the manuals offer.
The only thing I could suggest as a future improvement is to add to the current content by covering more of the oodles of config and operational options available in ZS4E. While the book covers the most important 95% usage options, and the remaining 5% would probably double the size of the book, it would still be nice to have. At least in an appendix.
All in all though, I feel, definitely worth the money, because ZS4E is a much superior product once you get used to all the new stuff and new ways of doing something. This book really helps get you into all the new stuff in a way that a terse manual couldn't.
Thank you to the author and those responsible.
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