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Web application development with PHP 4.0 / Tobias Ratschiller, Till Gerken ; with contributions by Zend Technologies, LTD, Zeev Suraski, Andi Gutmans.

By: Ratschiller, Tobias.
Contributor(s): Gerken, Till.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indianapolis, Ind. ; New Delhi : New Riders ; Techmedia, 2000Edition: 1st ed.Description: xviii, 384 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0735709971; 9780735709973.Subject(s): Web site development | Application software -- Development | PHP (Computer program language)DDC classification: 006.76 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents I. ADVANCED PHP. 1. Development Concepts. 2. Advanced Syntax. 3. Application Design: A Real-Life Example. II. WEB APPLICATIONS. 4. Web Application Concepts. 5. Basic Web Application Strategies. 6. Database Access with PHP. 7. Cutting-Edge Applications. 8. Case Studies. III. BEYOND PHP. 9. Extending PHP 4.0: Hacking the Core of PHP.
Summary: As Web sites and intranets become larger and more complex, static HTML files hit their limits. Divided into two parts, this book explains PHP's syntax like classes, recursive functions and variables, covers many standard algorithms for tree-structures, string sorting and searching, and then focuses on the concept of Web Applications.
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Table of contents I. ADVANCED PHP. 1. Development Concepts. 2. Advanced Syntax. 3. Application Design: A Real-Life Example. II. WEB APPLICATIONS. 4. Web Application Concepts. 5. Basic Web Application Strategies. 6. Database Access with PHP. 7. Cutting-Edge Applications. 8. Case Studies. III. BEYOND PHP. 9. Extending PHP 4.0: Hacking the Core of PHP.

As Web sites and intranets become larger and more complex, static HTML files hit their limits. Divided into two parts, this book explains PHP's syntax like classes, recursive functions and variables, covers many standard algorithms for tree-structures, string sorting and searching, and then focuses on the concept of Web Applications.

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