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PHP Cookbook - Helion

PHP Cookbook
ebook
Autor: Eric A. Mann
ISBN: 9781098121280
stron: 434, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 2023-05-16
Ksi─Ögarnia: Helion

Cena ksi─ů┼╝ki: 211,65 z┼é (poprzednio: 246,10 z┼é)
Oszczędzasz: 14% (-34,45 zł)

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If you're a PHP developer looking for proven solutions to common problems, this cookbook provides code recipes to help you resolve numerous scenarios. By leveraging modern versions of PHP through version 8.1, these self-contained recipes provide fully realized solutions that can help you solve similar problems in your day-to-day work.

Whether you're new to development or merely new to PHP, these recipes will help you unpack the most powerful features of this programming language. Author Eric Mann, a regular contributor to php[architec magazine, frequently makes presentations on software architecture and has built scalable projects for startups and Fortune 500 companies alike.

  • Learn the type system of modern PHP
  • Build efficient applications composed of functions and objects
  • Understand key concepts such as encryption, error handling, debugging, and performance tuning
  • Explore the PHP package/extension ecosystem
  • Learn how to build basic web and basic command-line applications
  • Work securely with files on a machine, both encrypted and in plain text

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PHP Cookbook eBook -- spis treÂci

  • Preface
    • Who This Book Is For
    • Navigating This Book
    • Conventions Used in This Book
    • OReilly Online Learning
    • How to Contact Us
    • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Variables
    • 1.1. Defining Constants
    • 1.2. Creating Variable Variables
    • 1.3. Swapping Variables in Place
  • 2. Operators
    • 2.1. Using a Ternary Operator Instead of an If-Else Block
    • 2.2. Coalescing Potentially Null Values
    • 2.3. Comparing Identical Values
    • 2.4. Using the Spaceship Operator to Sort Values
    • 2.5. Suppressing Diagnostic Errors with an Operator
    • 2.6. Comparing Bits Within Integers
  • 3. Functions
    • 3.1. Accessing Function Parameters
    • 3.2. Setting a Functions Default Parameters
    • 3.3. Using Named Function Parameters
    • 3.4. Enforcing Function Argument and Return Typing
    • 3.5. Defining a Function with a Variable Number of Arguments
    • 3.6. Returning More Than One Value
    • 3.7. Accessing Global Variables from Within a Function
    • 3.8. Managing State Within a Function Across Multiple Invocations
    • 3.9. Defining Dynamic Functions
    • 3.10. Passing Functions as Parameters to Other Functions
    • 3.11. Using Concise Function Definitions (Arrow Functions)
    • 3.12. Creating a Function with No Return Value
    • 3.13. Creating a Function That Does Not Return
  • 4. Strings
    • 4.1. Accessing Substrings Within a Larger String
    • 4.2. Extracting One String from Within Another
    • 4.3. Replacing Part of a String
    • 4.4. Processing a String One Byte at a Time
    • 4.5. Generating Random Strings
    • 4.6. Interpolating Variables Within a String
    • 4.7. Concatenating Multiple Strings Together
    • 4.8. Managing Binary Data Stored in Strings
  • 5. Numbers
    • 5.1. Validating a Number Within a Variable
    • 5.2. Comparing Floating-Point Numbers
    • 5.3. Rounding Floating-Point Numbers
    • 5.4. Generating Truly Random Numbers
    • 5.5. Generating Predictable Random Numbers
    • 5.6. Generating Weighted Random Numbers
    • 5.7. Calculating Logarithms
    • 5.8. Calculating Exponents
    • 5.9. Formatting Numbers as Strings
    • 5.10. Handling Very Large or Very Small Numbers
    • 5.11. Converting Numbers Between Numerical Bases
  • 6. Dates and Times
    • 6.1. Finding the Current Date and Time
    • 6.2. Formatting Dates and Times
    • 6.3. Converting Dates and Times to Unix Timestamps
    • 6.4. Converting from Unix Timestamps to Date and Time Parts
    • 6.5. Computing the Difference Between Two Dates
    • 6.6. Parsing Dates and Times from Arbitrary Strings
    • 6.7. Validating a Date
    • 6.8. Adding to or Subtracting from a Date
    • 6.9. Calculating Times Across Time Zones
  • 7. Arrays
    • 7.1. Associating Multiple Elements per Key in an Array
    • 7.2. Initializing an Array with a Range of Numbers
    • 7.3. Iterating Through Items in an Array
    • 7.4. Deleting Elements from Associative and Numeric Arrays
    • 7.5. Changing the Size of an Array
    • 7.6. Appending One Array to Another
    • 7.7. Creating an Array from a Fragment of an Existing Array
    • 7.8. Converting Between Arrays and Strings
    • 7.9. Reversing an Array
    • 7.10. Sorting an Array
    • 7.11. Sorting an Array Based on a Function
    • 7.12. Randomizing the Elements in an Array
    • 7.13. Applying a Function to Every Element of an Array
    • 7.14. Reducing an Array to a Single Value
    • 7.15. Iterating over Infinite or Very Large/Expensive Arrays
  • 8. Classes and Objects
    • 8.1. Instantiating Objects from Custom Classes
    • 8.2. Constructing Objects to Define Defaults
    • 8.3. Defining Read-Only Properties in a Class
    • 8.4. Deconstructing Objects to Clean Up After the Object Is No Longer Needed
    • 8.5. Using Magic Methods to Provide Dynamic Properties
    • 8.6. Extending Classes to Define Additional Functionality
    • 8.7. Forcing Classes to Exhibit Specific Behavior
    • 8.8. Creating Abstract Base Classes
    • 8.9. Preventing Changes to Classes and Methods
    • 8.10. Cloning Objects
    • 8.11. Defining Static Properties and Methods
    • 8.12. Introspecting Private Properties or Methods Within an Object
    • 8.13. Reusing Arbitrary Code Between Classes
  • 9. Security and Encryption
    • 9.1. Filtering, Validating, and Sanitizing User Input
    • 9.2. Keeping Sensitive Credentials Out of Application Code
    • 9.3. Hashing and Validating Passwords
    • 9.4. Encrypting and Decrypting Data
    • 9.5. Storing Encrypted Data in a File
    • 9.6. Cryptographically Signing a Message to Be Sent to Another Application
    • 9.7. Verifying a Cryptographic Signature
  • 10. File Handling
    • 10.1. Creating or Opening a Local File
    • 10.2. Reading a File into a String
    • 10.3. Reading a Specific Slice of a File
    • 10.4. Modifying a File in Place
    • 10.5. Writing to Many Files Simultaneously
    • 10.6. Locking a File to Prevent Access or Modification by Another Process
  • 11. Streams
    • 11.1. Streaming Data to/from a Temporary File
    • 11.2. Reading from the PHP Input Stream
    • 11.3. Writing to the PHP Output Stream
    • 11.4. Reading from One Stream and Writing to Another
    • 11.5. Composing Different Stream Handlers Together
    • 11.6. Writing a Custom Stream Wrapper
  • 12. Error Handling
    • 12.1. Finding and Fixing Parse Errors
    • 12.2. Creating and Handling Custom Exceptions
    • 12.3. Hiding Error Messages from End Users
    • 12.4. Using a Custom Error Handler
    • 12.5. Logging Errors to an External Stream
  • 13. Debugging and Testing
    • 13.1. Using a Debugger Extension
    • 13.2. Writing a Unit Test
    • 13.3. Automating Unit Tests
    • 13.4. Using Static Code Analysis
    • 13.5. Logging Debugging Information
    • 13.6. Dumping Variable Contents as Strings
    • 13.7. Using the Built-in Web Server to Quickly Run an Application
    • 13.8. Using Unit Tests to Detect Regressions in a Version-Controlled Project with git-bisect
  • 14. Performance Tuning
    • 14.1. Timing Function Execution
    • 14.2. Benchmarking the Performance of an Application
    • 14.3. Accelerating an Application with an Opcode Cache
  • 15. Packages and Extensions
    • 15.1. Defining a Composer Project
    • 15.2. Finding Composer Packages
    • 15.3. Installing and Updating Composer Packages
    • 15.4. Installing Native PHP Extensions
  • 16. Databases
    • 16.1. Relational Databases
    • 16.2. Key-Value Stores
    • 16.3. Graph Databases
    • 16.4. Document Databases
    • 16.5. Connecting to an SQLite Database
    • 16.6. Using PDO to Connect to an External Database Provider
    • 16.7. Sanitizing User Input for a Database Query
    • 16.8. Mocking Data for Integration Testing with a Database
    • 16.9. Querying an SQL Database with the Eloquent ORM
  • 17. Asynchronous PHP
    • 17.1. Fetching Data from Remote APIs Asynchronously
    • 17.2. Waiting on the Results of Multiple Asynchronous Operations
    • 17.3. Interrupting One Operation to Run Another
    • 17.4. Running Code in a Separate Thread
    • 17.5. Sending and Receiving Messages Between Separate Threads
    • 17.6. Using a Fiber to Manage the Contents from a Stream
  • 18. PHP Command Line
    • 18.1. Parsing Program Arguments
    • 18.2. Reading Interactive User Input
    • 18.3. Colorizing Console Output
    • 18.4. Creating a Command-Line Application with Symfony Console
    • 18.5. Using PHPs Native Read-Eval-Print-Loop
  • Index

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