PHP programmers need to arm themselves in the race against security risks. Pro PHP Security takes PHP 5.3 as its starting point and solves both traditional and modern security concerns, from SQL injection to mobile security.
The first four chapters introduce the core concepts of XML that you need for proficiency. Next, the book explores using XML and Web Services with PHP5. You'll also find case studies for the most popular web services like Amazon, Google, eBay, and Yahoo.
Pro PHP-GTK acts as both a definitive reference and a hands-on tutorial to the PHP-GTK extension. The book couples the extension's key topics with practical examples to guide you through a real-world project: developing a database-driven client-side inventory manager.
Pro Zend Framework Techniques provides a clear guide to building a custom content management system (CMS) with the Zend Framework, showing how to utilize the many different aspects of the framework as part of the process.
This book will show you exactly how to create fantastic web applications that scale well, utilize databases optimally, and connect to a back-end network using a multi-tiered approach. This book also teaches PHP by coding FTP and e-mail clients, advanced data structures, session management, and secure programming.
This book takes a comprehensive look at Magento, a robust and flexible e-commerce platform built on the Zend framework, walking through all of the steps to building a fully functional Magento-based web site. It also includes information on managing products, customers, and orders.
The Definitive Guide to SugarCRM is the first official SugarCRM book available to developers and users. This definitive book begins with a discussion of the SugarCRM platform components, namely MVC, Studio, Module Builder, authentication, and themes, before moving on to more advanced topics.
This comprehensive guide is a brilliant complement to author Ray Rischpater's first book, Wireless Web Development, melding those languages used to communicate over the wireless Web with one of the most powerful web languages to date: PHP.