Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your email address or mobile phone number.
Brett McLaughlin has become one of the most well-known authors and programmers in the Java and XML communities. He's worked for Nextel Communications, implementing complex enterprise systems, at Lutris Technologies, actually writing application servers, and most recently at O'Reilly Media, Inc., where he continues to write and edit books that matter. His most recent book, "Java 5.0 Tiger: A Developer's Notebook", was the first book available on the newest version of Java, and his classic Java and XML remains one of the definitive works on using XML technologies in Java.
Code examples include PHP that was deprecated several years ago and won't work on the latest PHP versions.Published 16 months ago by jeffmcmahan
Yes, very basic, very good stuff for beginners.
But, as this book promises to be of value for advanced programmers that just want to get acqainted with php and mysql, I'm... Read more
I expected much more from your book. Having read up to 50 pages, I was struck by how much water you poured into these 50 pages, written in small print. Read more
PHP & MySQL: The Missing Manual, 2nd Edition left me wondering about some of the practices I observed in the book. I found myself at ods with the organization of the book. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by J. W. Rine
This book is terrible. It does not teach you php or mySQL at all. If you are a novice looking to learn this book is not for you. Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by Jhanb5
Terrible. Terrible, terrible, terrible.
The book doesn't actually teach you. It loosely describes what the code in the book is doing, but I can't imagine someone without... Read more
First of all, why would I want to learn PHP the hard way by using a command line and manually uploading the . Read morePublished on June 9, 2012 by Bryan M. Nix