Beginning Php 4 Databases (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/10
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A large majority of PHP projects rely on a database back-end. As more and more applications integrate large databases with web interfaces, we seek to provide the novice database programmer with a solid foundation in the art and science of developing advanced data- driven web applications with PHP.
Andrew Hill Andrew is Director of Technology Evangelism for OpenLink Software, an enterprise middleware and data access infrastructure firm located in Burlington, MA. Andrew's position puts him squarely between the business and tech fronts of developing technology industries. He has been programming in PHP for a couple of years, coming to the PHP community initially to support the use of ODBC and database agnostic application connectivity. His technology interests also include XML, VSP, Mac OS X, and various other *nix technologies.
Chris Lea Chris Lea is a developer currently living in Los Angeles, CA. He received a BS in Physics with Highest Honors and Distinction from UNC-CH in 1997, and has been sitting in front of a computer for a great deal of his time since then. Typically he uses Linux, which has been his platform of choice since sometime in college when he first bumped into it. He started with PHP a few years after that and has worked on projects ranging from the entertainment industry to the financial sector.Deepak Thomas Deepak is a Member of Technical Staff with Oracle corp. in Redwood Shores, CA. Co-author of Professional PHP; he has also contributed to other Wrox titles on Linux and Java both as an author and a reviewer. His interests include Linux, J2EE technologies and website deployment issues.
Christopher Scollo Christopher Scollo is a veteran web programmer and one of the authors of Professional PHP Programming and Professional PHP4, both from Wrox Press. Originally from New Jersey, USA, he now lives in Munich, Germany where he is the lead developer at Ciao.com. Despite the sedentary nature of his occupation, he is an active fellow with a hearty appetite. Eating well is his favorite pastime, but he also enjoys hiking and cycling with his wife, Nicole Bator.
Harish Rawat Harish is a software developer at Oracle Corporation. He has over nine years of experience in Systems programming. His technical areas of interest include XML, Java, and Network Protocols. Co-author of Professional PHP; he has also contributed to other Wrox titles on Linux and Java both as an author and a reviewer.
Sanjay Abraham Sanjay Abraham has been a PHP developer since 1995 and continues to be an avid publicity-shunning open source evangelist prophesizing his wealth of experience to thousands of programmers around the world. His skill sets include Assembly, C, C++, Java, SQL, PHP, Ruby, Perl, Python, and proficient knowledge of advanced algorithms and data structures. His technology interests also include XML, Mac OS X, and various other *nix technologies. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Infact, this book manages to provide solutions to the large number of problems that newbie PHP programmers post on sites like phpbeginners.com,php.net and phpbuilder.
The approach to presenting a database agnostic solution, through the use of the most recommended PEAR::DB abstraction layer (i even found documentation about PEAR::DB, that i had spent ages figuring out for myself) sets this book in a class of its own.
The typos and grammar stand out at places, but who cares when you have gotten what you wanted.
I highly recommend this book to the BEGINNING/NEWBIE PHP Programmer.
One pleasant surprise was that no one particular database is favored; in fact use of the database abstraction layer in PEAR is encouraged for code portability. I am encouraged by the use of PEAR in this book, as it can only help to bring the community together in its use and promote PEAR as a standard of sorts. The PEAR database abstraction layer is picked apart so that you may understand exactly how it works and be that much more efficient with using it.
At the end of this book, it offers two chapters dedicated to designing and implementing applications using a native XML database. The first of the two chapters concentrates on the fundamentals of native XML databases; what they are and how they work. The second chapter then presents a case study using Xindice.
I found this book to be very thorough and well put together. Cheers to Wrox for another fine book!
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