PHP V5.3 invigorates object-oriented programming with late static binding

Taking another look at OOP and design patterns

From the developerWorks archives

Don Denoncourt

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: February 15, 2011

PHP V5.3 resolved a number of object-oriented programming (OOP) issues with its late static binding (LSB) feature. Find out how LSB fixes some of PHP's OOP coding issues and learn how to implement some well-known object-oriented design patterns that require the use of LSB.

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