Robin Nixon has worked with and written about computers since the early 1980s (his first computer was a Tandy TRS 80 Model 1 with a massive 4KB of RAM!). One of the web sites he developed presented the world's first radio station licensed by the music copyright holders. In order to enable people to continue to surf while listening, Robin also developed the first known pop-up windows. He has also worked full time for one of Britain's main IT magazine publishers, where he held several roles including editorial, promotions, and cover disc editing.
More of a 'beginner's reference and refresher' than a text book. Not enough practical exercises and a lot of the PHP syntax gets thrown at you page after page without any projects... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Powell
Thank you for this great book. It is very comprehensive and detailed book. I have recommended it to my friends.Published 5 months ago by Yinka
As some people may find, a little understanding (in some instances 45 minutes of You Tube Videos and systems set up) will go along way to digesting this book, though with the PHP... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kelvin Beukes
Loses one star because the free Zend server he relies on is no longer available. Or rather, you now have to register, then fill in a form (which expects you to be attending a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chris Tolworthy
For years my questions about why I couldn't make my websites do what I wanted them to do for years had been answered. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Matthew
A very good book and although is quite hard to read because the content is quite demanding but I like it and mainly use it as referencePublished 20 months ago by Lukas