eBook - PHP 7 Explained


"[This eBook] provides a straightforward, approachable, exhausive list of everything a fluent PHP 5 developer needs to know both to use PHP 7 and to know why to use PHP 7. It is, quite literally, explaining everything about PHP 7 that developers making the transition need to know."

— Larry Garfield on his blog


"PHP 7 Explained does not only provide deep insights for developers upgrading or migrating to PHP 7, it also extensively covers the benefits and drawbacks of PHP's modernization. For a price that is only steep at first glance, you get a comprehensive look behind the scenes of PHP 7 and – something no other author offers – regular updates for every minor version of PHP 7: you buy the book once and have an always up-to-date reference over the entire lifetime of PHP 7. What more could you want?"

— Tom Wiesseckel on entwickler.de


"An almost full collection of visible changes [in PHP 7] and possible incompatibilities. Great for people who migrate their code to PHP 7."

— Dmitry Stogov, PHP Core Developer

"Great book, every professional PHP developer should be familiar with its contents. It's pleasant to read, thorough, and full of practical advice. I highly recommend it!"

— Vinai Kopp on Twitter

"A must-read for all PHP developers inventing the next generation of web based applications!"

— Holger Woltersdorf on Twitter

"Excellent book on PHP 7. Recommended read for all developers!"

— Greg Szczotka on Twitter

"A new book with all important information about PHP 7."

— Frank Sons on Twitter

"The most important book on PHP 7."

— Sebastian Heuer on Twitter

"You should not miss this book, worth reading. Thank you!"

— Michael Ehrlein on Twitter

"Great resource about the history and all the great new stuff in PHP 7."

— @rabbl on Twitter

"Thanks for your nice eBook, definitly a must read for all the new stuff that comes with PHP 7."

— Thomas Bähr on Twitter

"Great and thorough work!"

— @PeterJaap on Twitter

"Easy and interesting reading to know new and removed functionality of this version."

— @Jalogut on Twitter