Programming PHP: Creating Dynamic Web Pages

Programming PHP: Creating Dynamic Web Pages

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  • Title PHP In Action: Objects, Design, Agility
  • Author(s) Daginn Reiersol, Chris Shiflett, and Marcus Baker
  • Publisher:  Manning;
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 552 pages
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 8177227688
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-8177227680

Book Description – Programming PHP: Creating Dynamic Web Pages

Programming PHP: Creating Dynamic Web Pages – Authors Kevin Tatroe and Peter MacIntyre present many stylistic guidelines and practical programming assistance in a straightforward and succinct approach to help you become a top-notch PHP programmer if you have a working grasp of HTML. This revised volume covers all you need to know about creating powerful web apps using PHP 7.4’s latest capabilities. You’ll begin with the overall picture before delving into language syntax, programming approaches, and other finer points, with examples demonstrating both correct usage and frequent idioms.

  • Learn what you can do with PHP programmes and what you can’t.
  • Learn the essentials of the programming language, such as data types, variables, operators, and flow control instructions.
  • Functions, strings, arrays, and objects are all explored.
  • Form processing, data validation, session monitoring, and cookies are all typical online application strategies.
  • Interact with relational and NoSQL databases, such as MySQL and MongoDB.
  • Create dynamic pictures, PDF files, and XML files, and more.
  • Learn advanced topics like secure scripting, error handling, and performance tweaking.
  • Get a fast overview of PHP’s fundamental functions and extensions.

In review, if you need a book that is a solid foundation to learn a variety of topics, then this is a good start for you to explore, as it will help you learn terminology that you will need to know later while exploring frameworks.

About the Author

Kevin Tatroe has been a Macintosh and Unix programmer for over two decades, and an iOS programmer since the moment the iOS SDK was made available to the public. He’s drawn to languages and frameworks that handle a lot of the work for you, like PHP, Python, and Swift, since he’s lazy. Peter MacIntyre has more than 28 years of expertise in the information technology field, specialising in PHP and Web technologies. He’s written for a variety of IT trade journals, including: Author of Pro PHP Programming (APress), Programming PHP (3rd Edition – O’Reilly), Using Visual Objects, Using PowerBuilder 5, ASP.NET Bible, Web Warrior Survey on Web Development Languages, and Zend Studio for Eclipse Developer’s Guide; co-author of PHP: The Good Parts (O’Reilly).

For the past 6 years, Peter has been a co-founder, past co-chair, and past board member of the Northeast PHP Developer’s Conference, which has been held in Boston, MA and Charlottetown, PE Canada (northeastphp.org). Peter has also spoken at a number of North American and international conferences, including PHPCE 2017 in Warsaw, Poland; PHP[World] 2016 in Washington, DC; ZendCon 2016 in Las Vegas; NortheastPHP 2017 & 2016 (Charlottetown, PE, Canada); Prairie Dev Con 2016 in Winnipeg, MB, Canada; CA-World in New Orleans, USA; CA-TechniCon in Cologne, Germany; and CA-Expo in Melbourne, Australia. In PHP 5.3 and PHP 4.0, he is a Zend Certified Engineer.

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