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ApacheWeek: Book Review: Beginning PHP4
Dec 14, 2000, 17 :56 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (587 reads)

""Beginning PHP4" published by Wrox Press serves to fill the void of books written by professionals for open-source product. PHP 4.0.0 was released in May 2000 and since then PHP, a server-side, cross-platform, HTML embedded scripting language has been growing on the popularity of the previous version, PHP 3.0."

"It is targeted at practically anyone with HTML knowledge who is interested in developing dynamic web applications using PHP 4. It is not a prerequisite to have any computer programming knowledge at all but access to any web server and a relational database management system is a must, to fully utilise this book."

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