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Working through many of the concepts and skills needed by intermediate and advanced PHP developers, this book is designed to help good PHP developers become indispensable ones. In it, Kevin Schroeder--co-author of the popular IBM i Programmer's Guide to PHP--moves beyond the basics to help you master essential PHP topics such as debugging, test-driven development, web-based development, advanced object-oriented programming, and web security. He also provides an in-depth look at the new PHP Toolkit for IBM i provided by Zend Technologies.
While the book contains several touch points to the IBM i operating system, many of its concepts are ones that even general PHP developers should know.
If The IBM i Programmer's Guide to PHP left you anxious to learn more about this simple yet powerful business application language, then Advanced Guide to PHP on IBM i should be next on your reading list. Don't delay; get started today on building your understanding and skill level with this example-packed, accessible book.
Upon completion of Advanced Guide to PHP on IBM i, you will be able to:
|Author Name:||Kevin Schroeder|
|Publication Date:||April 1, 2014|
|Product Dimensions:||7 x 1 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||1.2 pounds|
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