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Robin Nixon's PHP Crash Course: Learn PHP in 14 easy lectures (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 19 giu 2012

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5.0 su 5 stelle From a Beginner to other Beginners - Read this Review 31 dicembre 2012
Di Jack Stone - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
To begin with, I am very impressed with this book. Only halfway through it so far and already I feel like I can begin to grasp (having never programmed in my life, with only a little background in HTML/CSS) the intent, the undercurrent, the potential of the PHP language (not to mention the meaning, and how to write the code effectively). That said, why would I recommend this book?

I would recommend it for a few reasons. To begin with, I started my little educational trip by reading the "For Dummies" brand (both books). Let me be the first to dispel any notions that you will get all of what you need there: you won't. Honestly you need a foundation that gives you blocks of information (with plenty of direction as to what those blocks mean and do) to start with instead of the full architects blueprint that you're supposed to interpret and comprehend. 'For Dummies' is a great brand and these particular books on PHP are great books for learning to set up your first local server, and have good advice on different IDE programs to use for writing and testing code (which you can get with Robin Nixon's PHP book here), but for me it was an exercise in frustration mostly because I felt that the 'For Dummies' books were geared towards someone who at least has written Javascript or perhaps had prior programming experience with Java or C+, and secondly because most examples using variables and what not, were math examples. So if, like me, your forte is not math (and it makes your eyes glaze over - quickly), then, pick up this book. Examples abound with explanations that make it easy to figure out what's going on (even when a little math is slipped in).

While I would agree with other reviews that it's not a full compendium on PHP, it's not meant to be. I would think of it as a quick start guide for a product you just bought. Nothing seriously technical, but enough to get started with out having to read the PHP manual which is a serious tome. Furthermore it struck me as someone finally speaking English (whereas before PHP tutorials/learning guides had been Greek, Russian, and a sprinkle of Klingon)so that I could understand enough to go and look at the PHP manual (which is NOT helpful if you're a beginner) or at W3Schools site's tutorials (helpful but still not enough meat) and better understand not only what I was looking for, but what it all meant when I finally found it.

I have spent some dinero and a lot of time scouring the net for something that I could grasp onto. Tutorials out the wazoo, looking at different people's code, looking at 'pre-written code' and cross referencing it with the PHP manual. Nothing has helped like this book. This book is it. This is where it all begins. Pick this book up, read it first, then go and click on some of the GREAT resources Robin Nixon put in the book for further reading. It will save you hours of frustration later and it's fantastically priced in addition to being well written. I for one, will be picking up more of his books as I delve further into the world of web design/development, et al.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Excellent overall intro to PHP 24 agosto 2013
Di BKinNV - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
This book was a great, fast overview of PHP. It covers all the basic functionality one needs to begin programming. The only downside to the book is that the author assumes the reader is familiar with web design. The book does not cover how PHP integrates with HTML Other than a very basic description. I sort of expected this so I bought it in conjunction with a couple other books that tie the various elements of web design together. I suggest you do the same, as if you are familiar with web design already, you probably know about PHP! Regardless it was a well written, easy to understand and follow book.
4.0 su 5 stelle consider myself crashed :) 30 gennaio 2014
Di Alistair M Ollington - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Having purchased "Learning Joomla! 3 Extension Development, Third Edition" and knowing I only have a rudimentary understanding of PHP, I thought it would be good to find a resource to give a foundation in PHP.
This book only took me a couple of hours to read, but was exactly what I was looking for, outlining the basics and ensuring I would be able to understand what I was reading in the Extension book. It is also a good resource for the basic syntax of PHP that I am sure I will refer back to in the future.
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4.0 su 5 stelle This book is exactly what it says it is 28 maggio 2013
Di Doug Couvillion - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is a great, quick lesson in the fundamentals of PHP development. I am coming back to a developer role after working in management for 12 years. This book was a great way to come up to speed quickly PHP development. It doesn't dive deeply into any of the topics but it makes no claim to do so.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Useful 19 gennaio 2013
Di Tomasz Miernik - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
A mild introduction to PHP. Unlike other book, it gives quite a bit of examples of powerful PHP usage. This is more appropriate for programmers or developers who have some knowledge in other programming language.