PHP Programming - A Comprehensive Guide to Programming in PHP (Wikibooks Contributors)

 
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PHP Programming - A Comprehensive Guide to Programming in PHP (Wikibooks Contributors)

This book covers all the information required to build efficient web applications using PHP 5. x's most recent capabilities. Starting with the big picture, you will then delve into the specifics of language syntax, programming methods, and other topics using examples that highlight both proper usage and typical idioms.

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