Linux Journal: Building Database Applications on the Web Using PHP3 [Book Review]
Aug 12, 2000, 19:09 (0 Talkback[s])
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"...all of the database applications are listed using PostgreSQL
exclusively. This could be forgiven if the front of the book had
listed only the one type of database. Trying to use the examples as
given require numerous modifications when used with MySQL."
"The bulk of the book is the Language and Function Reference for
PHP3, and as stated in the preface, this section isn't a repeat of
the PHP3 manual. Items are listed by functional category, and each
item includes a short example on how to use it. Where required,
further information on the item is given in a clearly boxed area.
It provides a convenient off-line reference for PHP3, and seems to
have had a great deal of time and effort put into it."
"Building Database Applications on the Web Using PHP3
doesn't live up to its title. It is a reasonable PHP3 reference,
and it's nice to have this in a printed format. The writing
style used is upbeat and pleasant, and the segments that cover
detailed information are clear and understandable. The problem lies
in the organization of the book, numerous typos and missing