June 9, 2003

Introducing the June 2003 Issue of php|architect

Marco Tabini writes "php|architect has announced the release of their June 2003 issue, which is available for download from their website as of today.

Here are some highlights from the current issue:

  • Agile Software Development with PHPUnit>
    Michael Huttermann explains how to help your next development project
    succeed. Techniques from the popular Extreme Programming method are
    covered, with an emphasis on test-driven development.
  • Getting a grip on LDAP
    This month, the Editor-in-Chief gets
    technical about what LDAP is, what LDAP isn't, and what makes it tick.
    This is a gentler introduction targeting those who know how to deal
    with data, but never had to get it from a directory service
    implementation. Differences between a traditional DBMS and LDAP are
    covered, combined with very bite-sized code snippets to get you started
    on the path to LDAP enlightenment.
  • Industrial Strength MVC
    This month, Jason Sweat returns to
    show you how to optimize your PHP code... by not writing so much of it!
    By utilizing open source tools like Smarty and Phrame, and offloading
    some work to PostgreSQL, you can develop enterprise applications in a
    hurry, and gain the benefits of an MVC framework in your app with the
    greatest of ease!
  • Lucene
    Dave's back. Join our resident Java guy, Dave Palmer,
    as he takes you down the halls of Lucene, a powerful Java search engine
    API. See how you can painlessly add reliable search functionality to
    your next PHP project.
  • Tailoring WAP sites with WURFL
    Andrea Trasatti cuts the
    wires, and shows you how to use the WURFL project to create
    cross-platform WAP applications, tailored specifically to the device
    accessing it.
  • Object-oriented Form Management With PHP (and an Eye on PHP5)

    Marco Tabini explores the realm of HTML forms from the perspective of
    object-oriented programming, and shows us that there's more to form
    management than meets the eye.

For more information, or to check the new issue, visit php|architect at www.phparch.com!
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