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Book Review Object-Oriented Programming with PHP5
April 22, 2008 @ 07:54:31

PHPClasses.org has posted a new book review today. It's a look at another of Hasin Hayder's books, this one published by Packt - Object-Oriented Programming with PHP5 (as reviewed by Ryan Partington).

"Object Oriented Programming with PHP5" is a book that helps understanding many of the core OOP features within PHP, whilst looking at the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern and unit testing.

Ryan comments of a few issues he found with the book include the not-quite-an-introduction-level first chapter and the "More OOP" section that read like a copy of the php.net manual. Overall, though, his opinion is that it's a good book and provides a good overview of database functionality and the MVC design pattern.

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