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PHP Game Programming

by Matt Rutledge

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Book Description
"PHP Game Programming" offers you the introduction you need to begin creating your own online games. You'll be amazed at the games you can create with this powerful - and completely free - development tool! Dive right in as you begin with coverage of server configuration and the major features of PHP. Then you're off and running as you use PHP to create and manipulate graphics, develop a chess game using a non-relational database, and send and receive data through sockets. Put your new skills to use as you create your own massively multiplayer online game! From the basics of PHP and HTML to the exciting task of creating dynamic terrain and Flash movies, "PHP Game Programming" will help you turn your online game ideas into reality!

From the Publisher
Provides programmers with the tools and knowledge they need to get PHP running, create dynamic pages, manage data, dynamically generate graphics and even create sockets. Readers will walk away from this book as hard core web game developers with an advanced knowledge base beyond average web developers. Part of the succesful Game Development series, this book presents PHP game programming in a clear and concise manner to ensure ease of learning.

About the Author
Matt Rutledge was a professional web developer at 15; a telecommunications programmer at 17 and went back to web development at 19. He is currently lead developer at DATA, Inc. (www.datausa.com) a digital visualization company specializing in 3D-computer animation and web development. Rutledge is from Denver, CO and has published two articles for the web development community: one related to security with .Net; the second, error management using ASP.



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