Persistence in PHP with Doctrine ORM
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- Develop a fully functional Doctrine-backed web application
- Demonstrate aspects of Doctrine using code samples
- Generate a database schema from your PHP classes
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 114 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : December 2013
ISBN : 1782164103
ISBN 13 : 9781782164104
Author(s) : Kévin Dunglas
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Web Development, Open Source
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Doctrine 2
Chapter 2: Entities and Mapping Information
Chapter 3: Associations
Chapter 4: Building Queries
Chapter 5: Going Further
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Errata- 4 submitted: last submission 19 May 2014
Errata type: Typo Page no: 62
php vendor/bin/doctrine.php orm:run-dql "SELECT p.title, c.body
FROM Blog\Entity\Post p JOIN p.comments c WHERE p.id=1"
php vendor/bin/doctrine.php orm:run-dql "SELECT p.title, c.body FROM
Blog\Entity\Post p JOIN Blog\Entity\Comment c WHERE p.id=1"
Errata type: Technical Page no: 23
nullable : If false, the value can be NULL.
nullable : If true, the value can be NULL.
Errata type: Typo Page no: 94
Errata type: Technical Page no: 39
Short explanation: Many-To-One associations are the owning side of the association, but they are the inverse of the One-To-Many associations.
What you will learn from this book
- Install Doctrine through the Composer dependency manager
- Configure Doctrine Command Line Tools
- Learn to manage relations between entities with different association types
- Create data fixtures, a custom entity repository, and native SQL queries
- Master the query builder to generate DQL queries
- Get started with inheritance and lifecycle events
Doctrine 2 has become the most popular modern persistence system for PHP. It can either be used as a standalone system or can be distributed with Symfony 2, and it also integrates very well with popular frameworks. It allows you to easily retrieve PHP object graphs, provides a powerful object-oriented query language called DQL, a database schema generator tool, and supports database migration. It is efficient, abstracts popular DBMS, and supports PHP 5.3 features.
Doctrine is a must-have for modern PHP applications.
Persistence in PHP with Doctrine ORM is a practical, hands-on guide that describes the full creation process of a web application powered by Doctrine. Core features of the ORM are explained in depth and illustrated by useful, explicit, and reusable code samples.
Persistence in PHP with Doctrine ORM explains everything you need to know to get started with Doctrine in a clear and detailed manner.
From installing the ORM through Composer to mastering advanced features such as native queries, this book is a full overview of the power of Doctrine. You will also learn a bunch of mapping annotations, create associations, and generate database schemas from PHP classes. You will also see how to write data fixtures, create custom entity repositories, and issue advanced DQL queries. Finally it will teach you to play with inheritance, write native queries, and use built-in lifecycle events. If you want to use a powerful persistence system for your PHP application, Persistence in PHP with Doctrine ORM is the book you.
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Who this book is for
This book is primarily intended for PHP developers and architects who want to increase their skills in the field of Persistence and ORM to map the data they are working on to objects they are using in programming. Basic knowledge of databases and PDO and working knowledge of PHP namespaces is a prerequisite.