From the Back Cover
PHP has risen to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world, making high–quality, sustainable applications and frameworks created in PHP more sought after than ever. Using real–world case studies from well–known companies, this valuable book presents the planning, execution, and automation of tests for the different layers and tiers of a web software architecture and explains how these companies measure and test the quality of their software. The authors and contributing PHP experts offer varying opinions as to how problems are solved so that you can benefit from different approaches prior to developing your own apps and frameworks in PHP.
Real–World Solutions for Developing High–Quality PHP Frameworks and Applications:
Looks at the characteristics of good internal and external software quality
Shares techniques for writing new code, changing and optimizing existing code, and finding and fixing bugs
Reveals bad testing practices so you know what to avoid
Addresses how to test service–oriented APIs, a WebDAV server, and many PHP frameworks
Reviews large–scale selenium–based testing and testing database interaction
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About the Author
Stefan Priebsch is a cofounder of The PHP Consulting Company, helping customers to improve their development processes and make better use of PHP. He is the author of various books and a frequent speaker at IT conferences.