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PHP powers the vast majority of the web today. It is by far the most ubiquitous and accessible mature web language, and welcomes thousands of new developers every day. It is this ease of access that can, admittedly, sometimes give it a bad name - good resources are few and far in between, and the competition is real, driving people to take shortcuts, skip best practices, and learn on-the-fly. With PHP 7+ came some improvements that make it harder to make mistakes, and 7.2 is making things even safer, even more structured. If you're just getting started with the language (or perhaps youve been using it a while and have learned some bad habits), you're in luck. Not only will it be ever harder to slip up and make mistakes, but content such as this - hand picked from the excellent SitePoint PHP channel - will help you get started the right way. This collection comprises: How PHP Executes - from Source Code to Render by Thomas PuntGetting to Know and Love Xdebug by Bruno Ã…Â kvorcLocalization Demystified: Php-Intl for Everyone by Younes RafieEvent Sourcing in a Pinch by Christopher PittDisco with Design Patterns: A Fresh Look at Dependency Injection by Reza LavaryanA Comprehensive Guide to Using Cronjobs by Reza LavaryanEvent Loops in PHP by Christopher PittPDO - the Right Way to Access Databases in PHP by Parham DoustdarVagrant: The Right Way to Start with PHP by Bruno Ã…Â kvorc This book is suitable for beginner- to intermediate-level PHP developers.