Clean Code in PHP: Expert tips and best practices to write beautiful, human-friendly, and maintainable PHP
by Carsten Windler (Author), Alexandre Daubois (Author)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Packt Publishing (October 31, 2022)
pages 页数：264 pages
Practical lessons, examples, and practices from PHP experts on how to take your PHP skills to a professional level
Easily navigate to key clean code principles specific to PHP development with this hands-on guide
Learn the how and why of writing clean code through practical examples
Skip the superfluous knowledge and grasp everything that's relevant to the real-world development environment
PHP is a beginner-friendly language, but also one that is rife with complaints of bad code,;yet no clean code books are specific to PHP. Enter Clean Code in PHP. This book is a one-stop guide to learning the theory and best practices of clean code specific to real-world PHP app development environments.
This PHP book is cleanly split to help you navigate through coding practices and theories to understand and adopt the nuances of the clean code paradigm. In addition to covering best practices, tooling for code quality, and PHP design patterns, this book also presents tips and techniques for working on large-scale PHP apps with a team and writing effective documentation for your PHP projects.
By the end of this book, you'll be able to write human-friendly PHP code, which will fuel your PHP career growth and set you apart from the competition.
What you will learn
Build a solid foundation in clean coding to craft human-readable code
Understand metrics to determine the quality of your code
Get to grips with the basics of automated tests
Implement continuous integration for your PHP applications
Get an overview of software design patterns to help you write reusable code
Gain an understanding of coding guidelines and practices for working in teams
Who this book is for
This book is for early-career PHP developers who wish to avoid writing messy code by learning how to write understandable and maintainable code that sets them apart from rest. The book assumes familiarity with PHP coding and principles, but no knowledge of advanced principles will be necessary.
Table of Contents
What is Clean Code and Why Should You Care
Who Gets to Decide What "Good Practices" Are?
Code, Don't Do Stunts
It's about More Than Just Code
Optimizing Your Time and Separating Responsibilities
PHP is Evolving- Deprecations, Evolutions, and PSR
Code Quality Tools
Code Quality Metrics
Organizing PHP Quality Tools
Working in a Team
Creating Effective Documentation