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PHP Development

Course Summary

No prerequisite skills, but buckle up and prepare to develop! Covering many aspects of PHP.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Web Development Introduction
      • Introduction: What is PHP?
      • Servers, Clients, and How the Internet Works
      • How does a Local Server Work
      • Installing Xampp for Local Server PHP Development
      • What gets sent to the Browser
    • Operators and Data Types
      • Comments
      • Variables
      • Strings
      • Single Quotes vs Double Quotes
      • String Concatenation
      • Arithmetic Operators
      • Increment Decrement Operators
      • Assignment Operators
      • Assigning by Reference
      • Constants
      • Unary, Binary and Ternary Operators
    • Control flow structures and more operators
      • If Conditional
      • Comparison Operators
      • Logical Operators
      • Short Circuiting
    • Conclusion
      • Elseif Conditional
      • Switch and Break
      • While Loop
      • Do While Loop
      • For Loop
      • Introducing Arrays
      • Introducing Arrays pt2
      • Creating Arrays
      • Multidimensional Arrays
      • Foreach Loop, How to Iterate through all Array values
      • Creating Indexed and Associative arrays in PHP
      • Using the array function for Creating Arrays and Multidimensional Arrays in PHP
      • Using The Foreach loop to use all Array Values in PHP
      • All Control Flow Structures that we Learned in PHP
      • Functions
      • Functions Pt2
      • Functions Pt3
      • Include and Require Functions
      • Absolute vs Relative Paths
      • Dynamic Page Titles
      • Variable Scope
      • Superglobal Arrays
      • Creating an HTML Form
      • Creating a Dynamic Header and Footer
      • Adding New Page Links to our Header File
      • Introduction to Form Handling
      • Understanding $_REQUEST Form Handling
      • isset() and !empty()
      • How to Check if Submitted Forms have a Value
      • Creating Our News Letter Form
      • Checking Our News Letter Form for Values
      • Dynamic Page for Buy or Girl
      • Hacking our Webform
      • $_POST method and Accessing Form Values Directly
      • Single Page Form Validation Introduction Part 1
      • Single Page Form Validation Introduction Part 2
      • Creating Our Single Page Form Validation
      • Introduction to Sticky Forms
      • Why I choose to use isset() for Sticky Forms
      • Overview Text File


Course Fee:
Free

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Open Source and Development & Implementations Community

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