Learn to create PHP applications using the flexible FuelPHP framework with Packt's new book and eBook
Packt is pleased to announce the release of Learning FuelPHP for Effective PHP Development, a practical guide to using FuelPHP for creating PHP projects more quickly and effectively. This book is now available in all the popular formats, eBook, Kindle, and selected library formats. The book is 104 pages long and is priced at $29.99, while the eBook is priced at $15.29.
About the author:
Ross Tweedie is a developer who specializes in creating applications using PHP and FuelPHP. He is passionate about using FuelPHP to test new ideas and concepts effectively. He uses open source technologies to enable people to collaborate with one another. His background is both in design and development, and he has experience in a wide range of industries.
FuelPHP is an open source web application framework written in PHP which implements the HMVC pattern.
Learning FuelPHP for Effective PHP Development is packed with several tutorials that will help readers build a powerful and engaging application, and in the process learn more about FuelPHP. This book explores how to install and build a FuelPHP project in a step-by-step approach. Starting with an exploration of the features of FuelPHP, this book then delves into the creation of a simple application. Readers are shown how to scaffold applications
using the powerful FuelPHP Oil command-line tool, and are then introduced to packages and modules. The book also covers routing, which allows for cleaner URL structures.
The following topics are covered in this book:
Chapter 1: What is FuelPHP?
Chapter 2: Installation
Chapter 3: The Architecture
Chapter 4: Demo Application
Chapter 5: Packages
Chapter 6: Advanced Topics
Chapter 7: Welcome to the Community
This book is aimed at PHP developers who are looking to learn more about using the FuelPHP framework for effective PHP development.
|Learning FuelPHP for Effective PHP Development|
|Use the flexible FuelPHP framework to quickly and effectively create PHP applications
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