Want to assert yourself as a cuttingedge PHP web developer? Take a practical approach, learning by example from author Quentin Zervaas, and discover how to bring together the many technologies needed to create a successful, modern web application.
- Create cuttingedge PHP/MySQL web applications
- Implement musthave functionality such as blogs, maps, search functionality, and dynamic image galleries
- How to set up the perfect PHP/MySQL application development environment
- How to implement basic user management functionality
- How to use many of the components from the Zend Framework
- How to create standardscompliant and accessible HTML code and effectively style it using CSS
- How to create a basic blog system and enhance it with Ajax
- How to add personalized user areas to your web application
- How to create a dynamic image gallery
- How to add search functionality to your application
- How to use the Google Maps API to add maps to your application
- How to implement popular Web 2.0 features, such as microformats, tags, and web feeds
This book is for any PHP developer who wants to stay ahead of the curve, with practical, highlevel web application development techniques.
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About the Author
Quentin Zervaas is a web developer based in Adelaide, South Australia, where he has been self-employed since 2003. After receiving his bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Adelaide in 2001, Quentin worked for several web development firms before branching out on his own, developing a wide range of custom web applications for customers all around the world.
Quentin has recently started a new company called Recite Media (http://www.recite.com.au) with two partners. Recite Media develops web applications primarily for other development or design companies to resell. Its flagship product, Recite CMS, is being used by some of Australia's largest companies.
Quentin also runs and writes for his PHP development resource site, phpRiot (phpRiot.com), which provides a number of useful articles on a wide variety of PHP-related topics.
After completing his role as the technical reviewer for Beginning Ajax with PHP: From Novice to Professional (Apress, 2006), he decided to undertake writing Practical Web 2.0 Applications with PHP.
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