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Publisher Description

PHP is a versatile language based on object-oriented programming concept. It is practiced by a huge community. PHP is the least complex and makes better applications if used in the right context. It supports some great frameworks like Zend, Laravel, and Symphony.

Most beginners find PHP difficult because they either spend a long time learning all the things, or they are using poorly crafted online courses. To make PHP easier to learn, we extracted some niche topic of PHP and compiled them in simple to understand format in this small e-book. On top of it, the examples are made more interactive to help understand some advanced PHP topics. The best part of this e-book is the price is almost negligible.

With this edition, beginners will learn to interpret PHP language in the nick of time. They will able to build a basic application on HTML, CSS, etc. without any peer guidance or external course. All the major concept of PHP are covered in this e-book. Once you know the tips and tricks, the book can be a guide for building Web-based services for mobile devices. You will be able to gain more knowledge about PHP functions and MySQL through it.

Besides having limited coding language, you will become someone having a deeper understanding of PHP in no time. With this e-book, you soon can become the part of these huge base of PHP users like Facebook, Yahoo, Wikipedia, Wordpress, and so on.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

What is a scripting language?

Scripting VS Programming Language

What does PHP stand for?

Php Syntax

What is PHP used for & Market share


Chapter 2: Introduction to XAMPP

What is XAMPP?

How to Download and Install XAMPP

XAMPP Control Panel

What is the best PHP IDE?

Introduction to Netbeans IDE

Creating a new PHP project using the Netbeans IDE

Chapter 3: Data Types, Variables and Operators

Data Types


Variable Type Casting



Chapter 4: Comments, Include & Require


Include & PHP Include_once

Require & PHP require_once

include vs require

Chapter 5: Arrays

What is an Array?

Numeric Arrays

Associative Array

Multi-dimensional arrays

Arrays: Operators

Chapter 6: Control structures

What is a control structure?

IF Else

PHP Loop

While Loop

Switch Case

Chapter 7: Strings

What is a string?

Create Strings Using Double quotes



String functions

Chapter 8: Functions

What is a Function?

Built in Functions

String Functions

Numeric Functions

Date Function

Why use User Defined Functions?

Chapter 9: Forms

What is form?

Create a form

POST method

GET method

GET vs POST Methods

Processing the registration form data

Chapter 10: Cookies & Sessions

What is Cookies?

Creating Cookies

Retrieving the Cookie value

What is a Session?

Creating a Session

Chapter 11: File Processing

What is a File?

File_exists Function

Fopen Function

Fwrite Function

Fgets Function

File_get_contents Function

Chapter 12: Error Handling

What is an Exception?

PHP Error handling

Error handling examples

Difference between Errors and Exception

Multiple Exceptions

Chapter 13: Regular Expression

What is a regular expressions?




Meta characters

Explaining the pattern

Chapter 14: MAIL

What is PHP mail?

Why/When to use the PHP mail

Simple Transmission Protocol

Sanitizing email user inputs

Secure Mail

Chapter 15: Database Access

mysql_connect function

mysql_select_db function

mysql_query function

mysql_num_rows function

mysql_fetch_array function

Data Access Object PDO

Chapter 16: OOPS

What is UML?

What is object oriented programming?

Creating a class

Inheritance implementation

Using the classes

Testing our application

Chapter 17: Date

What is Date Function?

What is a TimeStamp?

PHP set Timezone Programmatically

Mktime Function

PHP Date function reference

Chapter 18: Security Functions

What is a Security?

Potential security threats

PHP Application Security Best Practices

filter_var function

PHP Md5 and PHP sha1

Chapter 19: XML,DOM, Parsers

What is XML?

What is DOM?

XML Parsers

Creating the index page that reads the XML document

Creating an XML document using PHP

Chapter 20: Sample Project

Opinion Polls


Coding our application

Testing our application

Chapter 21: PHP with Ajax

What is JavaScript?

What is XML?

What is Ajax?

Creating an Ajax application

Chapter 22: Frameworks

What is a framework?

Introduction to PHP MVC framework

Porting the opinion poll application to CodeIgniter

Database configuration settings

Creating Our Model

Creating Our Views

Computing & Internet
31 October

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