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Get this from a library! PHP objects, patterns, and practice. [Matt Zandstra] -- The 5th edition of this popular book has been fully updated for PHP 7, including. Php Objects Patterns And Practice. Ebook Php Objects Patterns And Practice currently available at for review only, if you need complete ebook. Descargar o lea el ebook de Php Objects, Patterns And Practice en formato PDF y EPUB. Aquí puedes descargar cualquier ebook en formato.

Defines a new operation to a class without change Criticism The concept of design patterns has been criticized by some in the field of computer science. Targets the wrong problem The need for patterns results from using computer languages or techniques with insufficient abstraction ability. Under ideal factoring, a concept should not be copied, but merely referenced. But if something is referenced instead of copied, then there is no "pattern" to label and catalog. Paul Graham writes in the essay Revenge of the Nerds. Peter Norvig provides a similar argument. Lacks formal foundations The study of design patterns has been excessively ad hoc, and some have argued that the concept sorely needs to be put on a more formal footing. At OOPSLA , the Gang of Four were with their full cooperation subjected to a show trial, in which they were "charged" with numerous crimes against computer science. Leads to inefficient solutions The idea of a design pattern is an attempt to standardize what are already accepted best practices. In principle this might appear to be beneficial, but in practice it often results in the unnecessary duplication of code. It is almost always a more efficient solution to use a well-factored implementation rather than a "just barely good enough" design pattern. Does not differ significantly from other abstractions Some authors allege that design patterns don't differ significantly from other forms of abstraction, and that the use of new terminology borrowed from the architecture community to describe existing phenomena in the field of programming is unnecessary. The Model-View-Controller paradigm is touted as an example of a "pattern" which predates the concept of "design patterns" by several years. It is further argued by some that the primary contribution of the Design Patterns community and the Gang of Four book was the use of Alexander's pattern language as a form of documentation; a practice which is often ignored in the literature. More info, diagrams and examples of the design patterns you can find on our new partner resource Refactoring.

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You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. PHP objects, patterns, and practice Author: Matt Zandstra Publisher: Berkeley, CA: Apress, Expert's voice in Web development.

It provides a solid grounding in PHP's support for objects, it builds on this foundation to instill core principles of software design and then covers the tools and practices needed to develop, test and deploy robust code.

It introduces key topics including class declaration, inheritance, reflection and much more. The next section is devoted to design patterns. It explains the principles that make patterns powerful.

Zandstra M. – PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice, 5th Edition [2016, PDF, ENG]

The book covers many of the classic design patterns and includes chapters on enterprise and database patterns. The last segment of the book covers the tools and practices that can help turn great code into a successful project.

The section shows how to manage multiple developers and releases with git, how to manage builds and dependencies with Composer. It also explores strategies for automated testing and continuous integration.

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PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice

Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Electronic books Additional Physical Format: Print version: Zandstra, Matt. PHP objects, patterns, and practice. Apress, Material Type: Document, Internet resource Document Type: Matt Zandstra Find more information about: Matt Zandstra. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.

Be the first. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Similar Items Related Subjects: Taken together these three elements: object fundamentals, design principles, and best practice will help the reader develop elegant and rock solid systems.

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PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice: Describes and demonstrates PHP's built-in object-oriented features Breaks down the principles of object-oriented design, explaining key design patterns using practical examples. Discusses the tools and practices necessary for developing, testing and deploying exemplary applications.

What You'll Learn: How to work with object fundamentals: writing classes and methods, instantiating objects, creating powerful class hierarchies using inheritance. Master advanced object-oriented features, including static methods and properties, managing error conditions with exceptions, and creating abstract classes and interfaces. Learn about the new object-oriented features introduced by PHP 7 and why they matter for your code.

Understand and use design principles to deploy objects and classes effectively in your projects. Learn about design patterns, their purpose, structure and the underlying principles that govern them. Discover a set of powerful patterns that you can deploy in your own projects. Learn about the tools and practices that can guarantee a successful project including unit testing; version control, build, installation and package management; and continuous integration.

Who This Book is For: This book is suitable for anyone with at least a basic knowledge of PHP who wants to use its object-oriented features in their projects.

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