Languages:
italian English
Currencies:
 Specials
 Advanced Search
 Contact Us
  Register
  Login
Shopping Cart
0 Products in cart
 
 
 
 
 
Chi siamo   Condizioni - EN   FAQ   Pagamenti - EN   Spedizioni - EN   Servizi - EN   Business Account Info   Affiliates Area   Contact
Shop by Categories 
Shop by Author 
Gifts
Premio
Omaggio
New products
Premio
Premio
29,04 [TaxInc]
Specials
SONY KDL40W4000E
SONY KDL40W4000E
From
169,46 [TaxInc]
Bulk savings for this Product !

osCommercePRO
Product page
php|architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns (PDF-only Edition)
Click to enlarge
php|architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns (PDF-only Edition)
[rt567]

Price: 0,00 [TaxExc]
Available Options
Download immediato:
Availability:
Immediately availableImmediately available
 
   
Write a review on this product
Tell a friend about this product
Ask a question about this product
Print product page
 Description 

You have probably heard a lot about Design Patterns---a technique that helps you design rock-solid solutions to practical problems that programmers everywhere encounter in their day-to-day work.

Even though there has been a lot of buzz, however, no-one has yet come up with a comprehensive resource on design patterns for PHP developers---until today.

Author Jason E. Sweat's book php|architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns is the first, comprehensive guide to design patterns designed specifically for the PHP developer. This book includes coverage of 16 design patterns with a specific eye to their applications in PHP when building complex web applications, both in PHP 4 and PHP 5 (where appropriate, sample code for both versions of the language is provided).

As you can expect from a php|architect book, this Guide is very focused on its topic, with none of the fluff that accompanies the large, expensive "500-page monsters" you sometimes find at the bookstore. Naturally, this doesn't come at the expense of depth of coverage or clarity: the book contains tens of scripts that give you a practical overview of every topic covered, from top to bottom.

Table of Contents

  1. Preface
  2. Programming Practices
  3. The ValueObject Pattern
  4. The Factory Pattern
  5. The Singleton Pattern
  6. The Registry Pattern
  7. The MockObject Pattern
  8. The Strategy Pattern
  9. The Iterator Pattern
  10. The Observer Pattern
  11. The Specification Pattern
  12. The Proxy Pattern
  13. The Decorator Pattern
  14. The Adapter Pattern
  15. The ActiveRecord Pattern
  16. The TableDataGateway Pattern
  17. The DataMapper Pattern
  18. The Model-View-Controller Pattern
  19. Conclusion

Appendices:

  1. Patterns Quick Reference
  2. SimpleTest Testing Practices
 Related links 
www.phparch.com