B. Resources and Next Steps

This book was written to give beginning PHP programmers a good foundation on which to base their learning. A few topics have been either omitted or glossed over, as the book focuses on covering the absolute fundamentals. This appendix lists a number of useful PHP-related Internet resources; briefly discusses where to obtain more information for databases and some uncovered topics; and includes a few tables, both old and new.

Along with those sites included here, you should check out the book’s companion Web site, found at www.LarryUllman.com. There you’ll find all of the book’s code, a support forum, an errata page, and more.

Before getting to it, consider that when the first edition of this book was written, few ...

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