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Practical CakePHP projects [Recurso electrónico] / Kai Chan and John Omokore ; with Richard K. Miller.

Chan, Kai.
Contributor(s): Omokore, John [coautor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: electronic available online remotePublisher: Berkeley, CA : New York : Apress ; distributed by Springer-Verlag, c2009Description: 1 online resource (xix, 379 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 9781430215790.Subject(s): PHP (Lenguaje de programación) | Internet | Computer science | Computer Science | Programming TechniquesDDC classification: 005.2762 22 Online resources: Texto completo
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PROGRAMACIÓN WEB GRADO EN INGENIERÍA INFORMÁTICA

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Includes index.

Cake Fundamentals -- Blogging -- E-Commerce -- A Message Forum Web Service -- Google Maps and the Traveling Salesman -- Mashing Twitter with the Google Translator -- Unit Testing and Web Testing -- A Cake Control Panel -- Translating Stories -- Adding Automagic Fields -- Cake Tags -- Dynamic Data Fields -- Captcha.

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If you've been using PHP for sometime now and would like to start using a web framework, you'll want to try CakePHP, which is an open source rapid development web framework built on PHP. PHP experts Kai Chan and John Omokore guide you through a variety of practical CakePHP applications. You will work on projects such as a video gallery, unit testing application, an e–commerce app, a blog site, and much more. Practical CakePHP Projects covers the key architectural concepts as well as including mini projects that you can use to enhance your own applications. A friendly introduction for any web programmer looking to choose a PHP framework Real–world projects based on current and future trends Practical CakePHP techniques that you can use right away.

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