What's new in PHP 5.3: the ...
What's new in PHP 5.3: the object interface
Friday, November 14. 2008
John Mertic has put together a write-up on a number of the
available in PHP 5.3, looking at changes to the object interface, in this first part.
He takes a look at improved static methods, circular garbage collection and late static binding, amongst other features, and provides a number of examples of code.
Applied regular expressions in PHP
Writing quality PHP code
Separating content from presentation, with php and XML
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