PHP Fundamentals Training
PHP is a popular, open-source programming language optimized for dynamic web pages and web-based applications, like registration systems, shopping carts, and polling systems. Many of today's high-traffic websites, such as Facebook and Yahoo, make extensive use of PHP.
AcademyX's PHP training class walks you through the steps of implementing PHP within the IIS and Apache web server environment. Concluding our 5-day PHP/MySQL workshop, this 3-day session expands and builds on the initial 2-day MySQL database training. By the end of the PHP training class, you will be able to generate dynamic HTML forms, and collect and store their input data to either a MySQL or Microsoft Access database.
PHP Installation & Basic Programming
In this first part of the PHP training, you will learn how a web server generates dynamic web pages from PHP scripts with embedded HTML. You'll also learn basic PHP syntax. We'll show you how to:
Form Data Capture & Email Delivery in PHP
Forms are often the primary means of providing data to web servers. You can use PHP code to capture form data on the server and store it in a database, or send data out from the database via email. In this part of the PHP training, our expert instructor will show you how to:
Arrays are the most commonly used data storage structure, conveniently built into the PHP programming language. In this part of the PHP training class, you will learn how to:
Databases & Recordsets with PHP
In this part of the PHP training, you will learn to interact with two of the most popular relational databases: MySQL, a widely used open-source database, and Microsoft Access, a popular desktop database. We'll teach you how to:
Working with Sessions in PHP
Web pages are stateless and, therefore, do not retain information between page loads. This means that forms lose their field data once the next page loads. Sessions can solve this issue. In this section of the PHP training course, you'll learn how to work with sessions, as well as:
File Input/Output with PHP
PHP scripts are used to read from, or write to, text files on a hard drive or web server. These text files can be log files, RSS feeds, HTML pages or any text-based document file format, as long as PHP is configured to recognize the file extension. You'll finish up your PHP training by learning how to:
Prerequisites for PHP training:
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