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  • 1. PHP PEAR A Web Programming Presentation By Don Vogt Plymouth State University
  • 2. PHP PEAR
    • What is it?
    Two Questions:
    • Why did I choose it?
  • 3. Modules installed on web server
  • 4.  
  • 5. PEAR – What is it?
    • Stands for:
    - PHP Extension and Application Repository
    • It is:
    - a standard for code style - a library of reusable code for common functions - typically developed and installed as packages
  • 6. Why the standard for code style?
    • Governs developer code
    • Just plain good practice
  • 7. And now for the “main course”...
    • Reusable code saves time / speeds development
    • PHP PEAR is an open-source community project
    • Has many contributors, hence, the style standards
    • Can be as simple as using an include() statement
    • Access the library using the Pear Package Manager
    • It's FREE!
    • Is an expansion of the web “savvy” PHP framework
  • 8. Some PHP PEAR modules
    • Validate
    • Auth
    • Mail
    • DB_DataObject
    - for creating an authentication system - builds SQL statements and stores - an interface for implementing mailers - for validation of various data table row data
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • http://pear.php.net/
    Sources:
    • PHP5 and MySQL Bible / Converse, Park, Morgan
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PEAR
    • http://www.fatcow.com/member/settings.bml
    • http://articles.sitepoint.com/article/getting-started-with-pear