[PHP Architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns: A Practical Approach to Design Patterns for the PHP 4 and PHP 5 Developer] (By: Jason E. Sweat) [published: July, 2005]

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    578 thoughts on “[PHP Architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns: A Practical Approach to Design Patterns for the PHP 4 and PHP 5 Developer] (By: Jason E. Sweat) [published: July, 2005]”

    1. Malgré une date de publication assez ancienne, les design patterns sont bien amenés malgré l'utilisation de php4 dans certains cas.Uniquement en anglais mais facile à comprendre pour celui qui à l'habitude de lire des docs pour le DEV.


    2. While you can do much better for a first book on design patterns if you are new to the topic (get O'Reilly's Head First Design Patterns), this book is a must-have for learning common patterns to problems PHP developers face.A great strength of the book is the author's clear devotion to the other practices like test driven development and UML. These things do not get in the way of the book's intent; Sweat gives you code example after code example, and what could be better in a programming book?So [...]


    3. really I think is the best book about OOP, direct, easy examples, nice code, methodology with TDD, its amazing. The only problem is that I wanted to buy also for my kindle HD, and I dont find it, It'll be worth.


    4. This book provides an quick insight of current OO patterns. Content is somewhat usefull, but related to much to testing patterns. It's good for a beginner programmer who want to start a project using OO.The quality of the paper and ink is like a home made printed book. The price is too high for that quality.



    5. First off I don't enjoy giving a bad mark to other people's effort. It's often too easy to put a tag value on something we had nothing to do with and even bad books are well intentioned. That been said, this book is far from being bad. The content is actually pretty good and Jason E. Sweat succeeds very well in explaining the patterns and their application in PHP. However, there's room for improvement and although I was really looking forward to give some kudos, I did have some issues with the b [...]


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