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Learn how to develop modern object-oriented applications with PHP using test-driven development (TDD) and behavior-driven development (BDD) aided by mature reusable components

Key Features

  • Create clean code based on components' reusability to create large-scale enterprise applications
  • Make effective use of design patterns in an object-oriented software
  • Understand the division of a PHP web application structure in layers to build customized websites and apps for various business needs

Book Description

Considered the next generation of the Zend framework, Laminas is a high-performance PHP framework for creating powerful web applications with an evolutive architecture.

This book takes a hands-on approach to equip you with the knowledge of the Laminas framework necessary to start building web applications based on the reuse of loosely coupled components. You'll learn how to create the basic structure of a PHP web application divided into layers, understand Laminas' MVC components, and be able to take advantage of the Eclipse platform as a method for developing with Laminas. Step by step, you'll build an e-commerce application based on the technical requirements of a fictional business, and get to grips with implementing those requirements using Laminas components.

By the end of this web development book, you'll be able to build a completely secured MVC application in PHP language using Laminas.

What you will learn

  • Discover how object-relational mapping is implemented with laminas-db
  • Understand behavior-driven development concepts to sharpen your skills
  • Create lean controllers and flexible views
  • Build complete models and reusable components
  • Explore the Eclipse platform for developing with Laminas
  • Find out how easy it is to generate HTML forms with laminas-form
  • Practice test-driven development to write precise programs

Who this book is for

This book is best suited for programming beginner or developers with some experience looking to create clean-coded object-oriented web applications. Knowledge of basic PHP syntax, specifically variables, control structures, and functions, will aid you in understanding the concepts covered.

Table of Contents

  1. B18382_FM
  2. B18382_TOC_ePub
  3. B18382_Preface
  4. B18382_Part1
  5. B18382_01
  6. B18382_02
  7. B18382_03
  8. B18382_04
  9. B18382_Part2
  10. B18382_05
  11. B18382_06
  12. B18382_07
  13. B18382_08
  14. B18382_09
  15. B18382_10
  16. B18382_Part3
  17. B18382_11
  18. B18382_12
  19. B18382_13
  20. B18382_14
  21. B18382_Index
  22. B18382_BM
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