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Zend Developer Zone:
Book Review Object-Oriented Programming with PHP5
June 24, 2008 @ 11:14:28

The Zend Developer Zone has published a new book review covering the Packt Publishing book from Hasin Hayder, "Object-Oriented Programming with PHP5".

The book does a decent job of covering the main OOP topics in PHP; as well as, touching upon some of the peripheral ones. Hayder devotes whole chapters to such topics as unit testing, design patterns, XML, SPL, and working with databases.

The review talks about the "Good", the "Bad" and the "Ugly" of the book ranging from the good code examples and the chapter on the SPL down to the flawed version of the Singleton used and the lack of commentary/explanations around the code.

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