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Rob Allen's Blog:
A review of "Object-Oriented Programming with PHP5"
May 06, 2008 @ 09:36:02

Rob Allen has posted his review of another PHP-related book from Packt Publishing, "Object-oriented Programming with PHP5":

Packt Publishing recently sent me a couple of books to review, so let's start with Object-Oriented Programming with PHP5 by Hasin Hayder. According to the introduction, the book is intended for beginners to intermediate PHP5 programmers and the first chapter has a good introduction to what object oriented programming is and why you would want to use it.

He glosses over the first few chapters of the book (introductory stuff mostly) and points out three others specifically - Chapter 5 covering reflection and unit testing, Chapter 6 covering the SPL and Chapter 9 dealing with SimpleXML and DOM.

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