Spring Into PHP 5 by Steven Holzner
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional (April 12, 2005) | ISBN-10: 0131498622 | CHM | 18 Mb | 360 pages
So...you've been asked to pitch in on a PHP project...starting now. Or maybe one's on the horizon. Or maybe you need to get real PHP skills onto your rsum. You've done web stuff. Maybe used other scripting languages. Now you want to get productive with PHP, fast.
Welcome. We wrote this book for you. We'll leverage what you already know, so you'll go further, faster than you ever expected.
You'll get the real nuts and bolts, not theory or hooey. You'll learn through dozens of focused examples: tested for reliability, crafted for clarity, easy to adapt for your own projects.
Need specific solutions? This book's modular, high-efficiency format delivers them — instantly. Award-winning author Steven Holzner draws on his unparalleled experience teaching programming: No other PHP guide covers this much, this well, this quickly. Dig in, get started, get results — today!
— All you need to succeed with PHP in Linux or Windows
— Master core concepts: operators, flow control, strings, arrays, functions, and more
— Learn essential web techniques: cookies, session management, automated email, FTP, and more
— Use PHP 5's object model and object-oriented techniques
— Efficiently handle text boxes, buttons, and other HTML controls
— Create web forms, validate user input, and check browsers
— Work with MySQL and other databases
Includes concise PHP 5 language and functional references!
All the book's programming examples are available for download on the companion web site.
Spring Into is a new series of fast-paced tutorials from Addison-Wesley. Each book in the series is designed to bring you up-to-speed quickly. Complex topics and technologies are reduced to their core components, and each component is treated with remarkable efficiency in one- or two-page spreads. Just the information you need to begin working...now! And because the books are example-rich and easy to navigate, you'll find that they make great on-the-job references after you've mastered the basics.