|1 March 2005
||New versions of examples.zip (v. 1.4) and wda2-winestore.zip
(v 1.1) are available for download. They have a minor bug fix in source.php that
allows you to view the placeholders in IT templates correctly with a web
browser. (Thanks to Fred Sullivan for the fix.)
|12 October 2004
||A new version of examples.zip is available for download
(version 1.3). It has a minor bug fix in Example 6-9 (thanks to Owen B.)
|6 October 2004
||Here's a recent interview
about the book (and PHP more generally) that Hugh did with since1968.com's Marc
The second edition...
- Download everything from the book in one zip file (wda2-book.zip, 612kb)
- Download only the source code for Chapters 2 to 14, and Appendices F and H (wda.zip, version 1.4, 426kb)
- Download only the winestore application source code from Chapter 16 to 20 (wda2-winestore.zip, version 1.1, 58kb)
- Download only the winestore application database (database.zip, version 1.0, 132kb).
- Test and view the examples from Chapters 2 to 14, and Appendices F and H
- Test and view the winestore application
- Read the second edition book reviews
- Visit the O'Reilly Media Inc. page for a free sample chapter, table of contents, and more!
- Got a problem with installation? See the install guide page for help.
- Still stuck? Email hugh @ hughwilliams.com
The first edition...
- Download all of the PHP 4.0 code from the first edition in a tar gzip [.tar.gz] archive or as a zip file. Follow these brief instructions (Archives last updated 11 June 2003)
- Download the first edition winestore database as a gzip or zip file. Please note: the file is really gzip-ed -- it is your browser that's decompressing it after retrieval. (Archives last updated 23 September 2002)
- Read the first edition book reviews
- Visit O'Reilly's first edition errata page
- Hugh's email has changed from that published in the book. It's now hugh @ hughwilliams.com
- Download a PHP 4.2 version of the first edition code in a tar gzip [.tar.gz] archive or as a zip file. Follow these brief instructions.
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