This updated edition covers building effective web applications using the latest features of PHP 7.4. Authors Kevin Tatroe and Peter MacIntyre start with the overview, then dive into language syntax, programming techniques, and other details, using examples that illustrate both correct usage and common idioms. . If you have a working knowledge of HTML, this book presents many style tips and practical programming tips in a clear and concise manner to help you become a PHP programmer.
Author: Kevin Tatroe and Peter MacIntyre
Date: March 2020
Public: people wishing to learn PHP
- Understand what is possible when using PHP programs
- Learn the basics of the language, including data types, variables, operators, and flow control statements
- Explore functions, strings, arrays, and objects
- Apply common web application techniques, such as form processing, data validation, session tracking, and cookies
- Interact with relational databases such as MySQL or NoSQL databases such as MongoDB
- Generate dynamic images, create PDFs and parse XML files
- Learn secure scripting, error handling, performance tuning, and other advanced topics
- Get a quick reference on basic PHP functions and standard extensions
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