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Packt Publishing Releases "CodeIgniter for Rapid PHP Application Development"
August 14, 2007 @ 10:25:00

Packt Publishing has just released one of their latest PHP-related books just for the frameworkers out there looking to get introduced to one of the easiest to use PHP frameworks on the web - CodeIgniter. The book, "CodeIgniter for Rapid PHP Application Development", was written by David Upton director of a specialized management company. Here's Packt's official description from the press release:

This book explains how to work with CodeIgniter in a clear and logical manner. It is not a detailed guide to the syntax of CodeIgniter, but makes an ideal complement to the existing online CodeIgniter user guide, helping you grasp the bigger picture and bringing together many ideas to get your application development started as smoothly as possible.

[...] CodeIgniter for Rapid PHP Application Development is out now and is written for developers who are new to CodeIgniter. Basic skills in PHP and MySQL are required, but only rudimentary object-oriented knowledge is required.

You can purchase the book at your retialer of choice or you can get more information on the book itself from this page on the Packt Publishing website.

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