Beginning PHP 5 and MySQL E-Commerce: From Novice to Professional

Beginning PHP 5 E-Commerce: From Novice to Professional is an ideal reference for intermediate PHP 5 and MySQL developers, and programmers familiar with web development technologies. This book covers every step of the design and build process, and provides rich examples that will enable you to build high-quality, extendable e-commerce websites.

Furthermore, this book covers site building in three phases. Phase one results in a live website, with an attractive interface and fully searchable product catalog. Next, phase two explains adding facilities to increase sales through cross-selling, upselling, and enhancing customer service. Finally, phase three seeks to reduce costs through automated order processing and integrating with other systems via XML Web services.

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Anonymous on 12/02/2018 at 7:55 AM.

where the rubber meets the road … getting it DONE On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, this book is a ***** 10 *****I can’t remember a programming book, that I thought warranted more than 4 stars. It seems that there’s always some shortcoming (often irritating e.g. most authors rarely bother to comment code and most publishers seem to lack ink to BOLD what’s being illustrated). This book is replete with commented, SUCCINCT code snippets, cleverly laced together … as it builds and builds toward ever more sophisticated and feature-rich…

Anonymous on 12/02/2018 at 8:04 AM.

Real Code – Straight to the Point!! This book has helped me immensely with real-life-like code examples and all that it takes to bringing an e-commerce site up and running. Lots of coding with brisk explanations. Starts with laying out the site: Presentation tier, Business tier, Data tier. Templating with Smarty, PEAR, Caching, Paypal, Shopping Basket, Orders, Order Pipeline, Payment Gateways, Credit-card Transactions, Web Services, Security, SSL, and what not? I wish the 2nd Chapter had a little bit more of explanation for a…

Anonymous on 12/02/2018 at 8:07 AM.

No longer useful I’ve been using this book for the past few business weeks. Yes, weeks.First and foremost, this book is extremely well written, well cited, and clear. Examples are concise, and it rarely leaves you floundering to understand a topic. The ideas are presented in a logical order, proceed clearly, and generally, consist of helpful hints and instructions.UNFORTUNATELY, all of the code in this book is pretty much worthless. Every bit of it is outdated, and in the 134 pages of…

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