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php|architect's Guide to Programming with Zend Framework
June 30, 2009 @ 08:15:27

PHPClasses.org has posted a new book review of a php|architect publishing book, their "Guide to Programming with the Zend Framework" (by Cal Evans).

But why was this book released? The answer is that now Zend Framework is one of the frameworks that satisfy the requirements of developers that need to build PHP project. Of course there are other frameworks that meet these requirements, but the team that keeps this project knows PHP and tends to build structures that can make the best use of language and avoid its pitfalls.

The reviewer talks about the contents of the book, giving a summary of each of its twelve chapters (as well as an appendix) and his opinion as to the quality of the book. You'll have to read the review yourself if you want to know how that turns out.

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