David Powers writes in a very easy, understandable, way.
The book flows naturally, teaching little by little and ensuring a good grasp of the facts.
Does everything I expected it to - useful to have to hand; easy to access tips. Recommended to those new to the subjectPublished on 7 April 2013 by NannaToo
This book, so far, has really helped me get to grips with the object oriented style of PHP. I am fairly new to the language but am studying both perceedural and oop versions. Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2013 by C4NH4M
A good book, hardly a gripping read but well laid out with clear explanations of each subject together with clear examples where required.Published on 27 Feb. 2013 by Rob.B (Derby)
This book is great. I have not finished it yet, but so far it has been very helpful (along the manual)Published on 15 Nov. 2011 by Niuniek
This is a great book for PHP OOP beginners, it gently guides you through some useful example applications. It doesn't cover the all OOP in depth though. Things like i.e. Read morePublished on 15 Oct. 2011 by Marcin Dancewicz