PHP Objects, Patterns and Practice
Then you'll move into design patterns and the principles that make patterns powerful. You'll learn both classic design patterns and enterprise and database patterns with easy-to-follow examples.
Finally, you'll discover how to put it all into practice to help turn great code into successful projects. You'll learn how to manage multiple developers with Subversion, and how to build and install using Phing and PEAR. You'll also learn strategies for automated testing and building, including continuous integration.
Taken together, these three elements-object fundamentals, design principles, and best practices-will help you develop elegant and rock-solid systems.
- Paperback | 536 pages
- 178 x 254 x 27.94mm | 989g
- 01 Jul 2010
- Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
- Berlin, Germany
- 3rd ed.
- XX, 536 p.
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Table of contents
PHP and Objects
Objects and Design
What Are Design Patterns? Why Use Them?
Some Pattern Principles
Patterns for Flexible Object Programming
Performing and Representing Tasks
Good (and Bad) Practice
An Introduction to PEAR and Pyrus
Generating Documentation with phpDocumentor
Version Control with Subversion
Testing with PHPUnit
Automated Build with Phing
Objects, Patterns, Practice
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