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Yii 1.1 Application Development Cookbook
If you're learning Yii framework you must read this book. May 13, Ahmed Elbshry rated it really liked it. I received a free copy of this book to make a review and here it is. This book contains about 90 code recipes to use Yii in an efficient, clean and maintainable way. Each recipe has a short explanation of what the recipe does, a step by step guide of the code recipe, an explanation of how the recipe works and related recipes within the book.
Some recipes also includes complementary code related to it and additional information with text and links. All the chapters in this book contain recipes rela I received a free copy of this book to make a review and here it is. All the chapters in this book contain recipes related to a topic such as database access, testing, maintenance, security, features, etc. This book is great for two things. First, is great to learn more Yii features in a very practical way. This book doesn't just mention the most useful and interesting features.
It shows you how to use them by providing real-application examples. Learning these features will make your development faster, easier to read and more maintainable. Second, it is great to use it as a reference guide. The book covers the most needed features in any project such as how to upload files, display data in grids, use forms and validate them, take good security measures, etc. It will save you time since you probably won't have to write everything from scratch.
Even if you don't find a recipe that will solve your problem, you might find one that you may use. The book also provides the link to download the code shown in the book for you to try out. I was expecting some more recipes. Paperback , pages. Oh there are things I would have like to have seen; different choices I would have made the section on performance tuning comes to mind. Alex, through this book and his active participation in the Yii project, proved himself to be a great programmer as well as a good writer. Overall, I would recommend this book because if the excellent examples in each chapter, the complexity of the tasks that make up the examples and the complete coverage of the topics in all the chapters.
You will learn about implementing shortcuts using core features, creating your own reusable code base, using test-driven development, and many more topics that will escalate your knowledge in no time at all! Especially one that could explain how to make Ajax file uploads and how to edit information using a grid and ajax since I find those features very useful. I also have my doubts when in the code, methods like empty are used since I think that method is not reliable. Its 13 independent chapters feature 90 recipes grouped by framework feature or concept.
This edition corrects the errata found in the first one and adds a few , and uses a more readable monospace font for code listings and code words. Compared to the first edition, all original recipes seem to be kept in place, and there are only 3 new ones.