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PHP - SQL For Complete Beginners #3

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PHP - SQL For Complete Beginners #3
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 24M | 79 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

PHP programmers create, launch, and maintain websites using the HTML-embedded scripting language known as Hypertext Preprocessor.

This class is the THIRD in the PHP-SQL programming series

This class requires students to have knowledge of HTML. Students are introduced to the terminology and programming concepts of Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) and how it's used to create websites for large amounts of data, such as online shopping sites. The skills taught in this class include embedding PHP code, writing text files and developing basic programming techniques used in Web applications.

You will learn the basics of PHP and all about variables, functions, conditionals and much more!

PHP is the most popular server-side language used to build dynamic websites, and though it is a very extensive language, this class will take it step-by-step.

The stateless web (HTML, CSS and JavaScript) can only do so much without a dynamic language such as PHP to add the ability to interact with the web server.

You will learn how to make your pages dynamic based upon user interaction, interacting with HTML forms and store and retrieve information from local data sources which include a database.

Objectives for this class:

Understand how server-side programming works on the web.
PHP Basic syntax for variable types and calculations.
Creating conditional structures
Storing data in arrays
Using PHP built-in functions and creating custom functions
Understanding POST and GET in form submission.
How to receive and process form submission data.
Create a database in phpMyAdmin.
Read and process data in a MySQL database.
See you in class!

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