Laying Hands on PHP Objects
Marcus Börger, Google
Date: Tuesday, August 2nd, 2005
Time: 8:30am - 12:00pm
Learn everything you must know to develop cutting edge object oriented PHP 5 applications--how and when to use objects as well as when not to use them.
This tutorial gives you an introduction to object oriented and pattern based
application development. See everything PHP supports in this area,
starting with standard objects over exceptions to iterators and much more.
This all results in an indepth understandng of PHP 5's object model. Learn about all the language features and all the new extensions that make use
of object oriented programming. Namely, those in SPL (the Standard PHP Library)
that give you objects and interfaces for several basic problems; PDO, which is
the new way of accessing databases; and of course we will not stop with looking
at all the XML extensions. This way, you'll find yourself able to use PHP 5.1
the right way.
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