Jump Start PHP
Get a Jump Start on PHP today!
PHP is a key server-side technology in web development, enabling you to quickly and simply develop interactive, usable and engaging websites and applications.
In just one weekend with this SitePoint book, you'll learn how to:
The PHP Anthology, Volume II: Applications A compilation of best practice solutions to common Web Development problems in PHP, focusing on the achievement of practical goals by applying well-structured, object orientated software design principles.
Volume 2 covers the applications of PHP in the real world including authentication & access control, XML, stats & tracking, caching...
Jump Start Git
Get a Jump Start on version control with Git today!
Most engineers we meet prefer Git over other distributed version control systems.
These systems let you store different versions of project files and directories, so you can roll back to an earlier one if something goes wrong. And since they're...
The PHP Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks The PHP Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks, 2nd Edition is a collection of powerful PHP 5 solutions to the most common programming problems.
Featuring best-practice code and a commonsense approach to development, this book includes coverage of:
Manage errors gracefully.
Volume 1 covers the foundations of PHP including writing portable and reusable code, storing and extracting data from files, manipulating...
The Photoshop Anthology: 101 Web Design Tips, Tricks & Techniques
The Photoshop Anthology is full-color, question-and-answer book for Web Designers who want to use Photoshop to build Websites and create better looking web graphics more effectively. The book covers:
Photoshop interface tricks & shortcuts
Basic Skills: Transparencies, rounded corners, blending images,...
Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache
More organizations install Linux into their server rooms every day. The reasons for this vary, but those who make the switch to Linux often claim that its reliability, cost, choice, scalability, and the freedom it offers from vendor lock-in, are some of the reasons why they decided to switch. But, whatever your reasons for...
Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications Ruby on Rails has shaken up the web development industry in a huge way—especially when you consider that version 1.0 of Rails was only released in December 2005. The huge waves of enthusiasm for the new framework, originally in weblogs and later in the more traditional media, are probably the reason why this book is in your hands.
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