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Re: Developing API books

From: karikas
Sent on: Saturday, March 14, 2009 2:35 PM
Hi Mark,
Check out "PHP 5 CMS Framework Development" by Martin Brampton.  Came out last year, and I've been using it to help whip my own custom CMS framework (for real estate web sites) into shape.  If I remember correctly he used to work on Mambo (which then spun off into Joomla) and has since been working on his own CMS, named Aliro.  This book is basically looking back at the way he set things up for Aliro, and while I haven't used all of his suggestions it was very enlightening, and a lot of it applied to my own system.
There's a review of it over on PHP Classes:
- Mike

Mike Karikas
Karikas Interactive, LLC

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