OO Design for PHP

I am asking myself how much sense it makes to apply standard OO design to projects written in PHP, a language which lacks some essentials OO functionality in the current production release.
You end up spending a lot of time to come up with a good application design, but I think the benefit is not as big as it could be.

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2 Responses to OO Design for PHP

  1. Soundzlover says:

    Guess what? The very tricky part is not OO design and the missing or hard to achieve or poorly integrated OO concepts like inheritance ( “–>” and so on…) but to pay attention which variables to store where and where an assassin could attack your project.

  2. Joachim says:

    Well, OK, I guess you’re right.