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PHP 5 in Easy Steps by Mike McGrath
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PHP 5 in Easy Steps (edition 2004)

by Mike McGrath

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Instructs how to create exciting interactive web pages using the latest major release of the popular PHP scripting language. PHP allows data to be easily exchanged between a web browser and a web server - both on the Windows platform and on Unix-based platforms, such as Linux. Exciting chapters, with complete code examples, illustrate the major features of the PHP language and screenshots depict the actual output from each example script. You are also introduced to MySQL databases and shown, by example, how PHP can interact with databases to store user input, and to retrieve stored data for delivery to a web browser as components of a web page.… (more)
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Title:PHP 5 in Easy Steps
Authors:Mike McGrath
Info:Barnes&Noble (2004), Paperback, 192 pages
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I guess this book is ok but it's not going to take you very far. It's roughly equivalent in level to a dummies guide. It's also a similar style in that it's quite visual and not too wordy. The examples are all quite short and illustrate simple concepts. It's quite good for giving an overview of simple concepts but I found that the code wasn't all that adaptable - as soon as you want to develop beyond the examples your going to need to get a better book. All in all a good intro but it won't be long before you need something more meaty. ( )
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