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PHP for Absolute Beginners
Contributor(s): Lengstorf, Jason (Author)

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ISBN: 1430224738     ISBN-13: 9781430224730
Publisher: Apress
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Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: September 2009
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Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Computers | Software Development & Engineering - General
Dewey: 005.1
Series: Expert's Voice in Open Source
Physical Information: 1" H x 7.4" W x 9.2" (1.50 lbs) 387 pages
Features: Illustrated, Index, Price on Product, Table of Contents
 
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Publisher Description:

Get started in web development using PHP 6. Even if you've never programmed before, author Jason Lengstorf introduces you to PHP by building a PHP-based blogging site while covering all the good coding practices and skills that you'll need when you start your own projects. Create web content with PHP Learn good coding practices from the very beginning Learn how systems like WordPress work

Jason Lengstorf takes a practical approach to teaching you how to build a content management system. You'll dive into writing web applications and be guided by the author's supportive explanations, rather than learning elements of the PHP language and viewing examples after.

PHP 6 for Absolute Beginners starts slowly and covers everything you need to know about beginning web development using PHP. Even the most inexperienced web developer will find this book accessible.
What you'll learn Install Apache, MySQL, and PHP Navigate the PHP language Learn the basics of writing clean code Talk to a database Make a PHP site more secure Create a complete blogging site
Who is this book for?

PHP 6 for Absolute Beginners is written for the complete novice; no previous coding knowledge is assumed, and all concepts are explained to ensure maximum understanding.

However, later chapters in the book may appeal to intermediate programmers looking to improve their abilities in the area of developing content management systems or those interested in making the move from procedural code to the more modular object-oriented approach.

 
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