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I would appreciate if somebody could recommend a good book or other
resources on PHP
which would be easy to follow and to understand and which would help
to build a web application from beginning to end. I have programming
logic experience and know JavaScript pretty good.

Thank you

May 21 '07 #1
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veraburenin wrote:
I would appreciate if somebody could recommend a good book or other
resources on PHP
I've always found php.net the best resource.

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May 22 '07 #2

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I would appreciate if somebody could recommend a good book or other
resources on PHP
which would be easy to follow and to understand and which would help
to build a web application from beginning to end. I have programming
logic experience and know JavaScript pretty good.

Thank you
PHP 5
fast & easy web development
by Julie Meloni
published by Thompson
ISBN 1-59200-473-3

available at Amazon.com
list price $24.99 (US)
May 22 '07 #3

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I would appreciate if somebody could recommend a good book or other
resources on PHP
which would be easy to follow and to understand and which would help
to build a web application from beginning to end. I have programming
logic experience and know JavaScript pretty good.

Thank you
I have found two books useful.

- PHP in 24 hours 3rd Edition (Matt Zandstra) - Good for beginners. I
originally learnt to program using Java and found this was a gentle
introduction to PHP.
- Beginning PHP5 & MySQL from novice to professional (W. Jason Gilmore) - I
find the book really useful and the author puts some effort in by explaining
the code.

Cheers

Phil
May 25 '07 #4

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