PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice.
By: Zandstra, Matt.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Edition: 4th ed.Description: 1 online resource (511 p.).ISBN: 9781430260325.Subject(s): PHP (Computer program language) | Programming languages (Electronic computers) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Programming languages (Electronic computers) | Web sites -- Design | Web sitesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: PHP Objects, Patterns, and PracticeDDC classification: 005.13 | 005.13/3 | 006.76 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents at a Glance; Introduction; Chapter 1: PHP: Design and Management; The Problem; PHP and Other Languages; About This Book; Objects; Patterns; Practice; What's New in the Fourth Edition; Summary; Chapter 2: Objects; The Accidental Success of PHP Objects; In the Beginning: PHP/FI; Syntactic Sugar: PHP 3; PHP 4 and the Quiet Revolution; Change Embraced: PHP 5; Advocacy and Agnosticism: The Object Debate; Summary; Chapter 3: Object Basics; Classes and Objects; A First Class; A First Object (or Two); Setting Properties in a Class; Working with Methods; Creating a Constructor Method
Arguments and TypesPrimitive Types; Primitive Types Matter: An Example; Taking the Hint: Object Types; Inheritance; The Inheritance Problem; Working with Inheritance; Constructors and Inheritance; Invoking an Overridden Method; Public, Private, and Protected: Managing Access to Your Classes; Accessor Methods; The ShopProduct Classes; Summary; Chapter 4: Advanced Features; Static Methods and Properties; Constant Properties; Abstract Classes; Interfaces; Traits; A Problem for Traits to Solve; Defining and Using a Trait; Using More than One Trait; Combining Traits and Interfaces
Managing Method Name Conflicts with insteadofAliasing overridden trait methods; Using static methods in traits; Accessing Host Class Properties; Defining Abstract Methods in Traits; Changing Access Rights to Trait Methods; Late Static Bindings: The static Keyword; Handling Errors; Exceptions; Throwing an Exception; Subclassing Exception; Cleaning up after try / catch Clauses with finally; Final Classes and Methods; Working with Interceptors; Defining Destructor Methods; Copying Objects with __clone( ); Defining String Values for Your Objects; Callbacks, Anonymous Functions and Closures
SummaryChapter 5: Object Tools; PHP and Packages; PHP Packages and Namespaces; Namespaces to the Rescue; Using the File System to Simulate Packages; Naming the PEAR Way; Include Paths; Autoload; The Class and Object Functions; Looking for Classes; Learning About an Object or Class; Getting a Fully Qualified String Reference to a Class; Learning About Methods; Learning About Properties; Learning About Inheritance; Method Invocation; The Reflection API; Getting Started; Time to Roll Up Your Sleeves; Examining a Class; Examining Methods; Examining Method Arguments; Using the Reflection API
SummaryChapter 6: Objects and Design; Defining Code Design; Object-Oriented and Procedural Programming; Responsibility; Cohesion; Coupling; Orthogonality; Choosing Your Classes; Polymorphism; Encapsulation; Forget How to Do It; Four Signposts; Code Duplication; The Class Who Knew Too Much; The Jack of All Trades; Conditional Statements; The UML; Class Diagrams; Representing Classes; Attributes; Operations; Describing Inheritance and Implementation; Associations; Aggregation and Composition; Describing Use; Using Notes; Sequence Diagrams; Summary
Chapter 7: What Are Design Patterns? Why Use Them?
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