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Matt Curry's Blog:
Review Refactoring Legacy Applications Using CakePHP
April 09, 2009 @ 11:14:05

Matt Curry has posted his review of the recently released "Refactoring Legacy Applications Using CakePHP" book from Chris Hartjes. The book looks to help developers get a better feel for using CakePHP in real-world applications.

Shortly after Chris Hartjes released his new book Refactoring Legacy Applications Using CakePHP he contacted me and asked if I'd be willing to review it. I jumped at the chance and Chris emailed me the DRM free PDF. After posting it to The PirateBay, I settled in and gave it a read.

Overall, Matt found the content of the book good but had a few things he might change - the "too smooth" nature of the update to CakePHP and the inclusion of a "partial refactoring" section (one that talked about only updating part of an application to the framework and integrating it with the rest of the site).

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