PHP and MySQL Training

Date: 01-07-2019 s/d 05-07-2019   |   Category: Programming   |   Instructor: -
Duration : 5 days

Delivery Method : Instructor Led Training

Class Overview
In this PHP training course, students will learn to create database-driven websites using PHP and MySQL or the database of their choice. The class also covers SQL basics.

Class Goals
- Learn how PHP works
- Learn the basic syntax of PHP
- Learn to create dynamic interactive pages with PHP
- Learn to manipulate files with PHP
- Learn to work with arrays in PHP
- Learn to validate forms with PHP
- Learn to write functions in PHP
- Learn to manipulate and manage database data with PHP
- Learn to authenticate users with PHP
- Learn to manage sessions with PHP
- Learn to work with the PEAR:DB module
- Learn advanced form validation with regular expressions
- Learn to send email with PHP
- Understand how MySQL works
- Learn to use SQL to output reports with MySQL
- Learn to modify MySQL data with SQL

Class Outline
1. PHP Basics
  1. How PHP Works
  2. The php.ini File
  3. Basic PHP Syntax
  4. Variables
  5. PHP Operators
  6. Creating Dynamic Pages
  7. Single Quotes vs. Double Quotes
  8. Howdy World!

2. Flow Control
  1. Conditional Processing
  2. Loops

3. Arrays
  1. Enumerated Arrays
  2. Associative Arrays
  3. Two-dimensional Arrays

4. PHP and HTML Forms
  1. HTML Forms

5. String Manipulation
  1. Formatting Strings
  2. Magic Quotes

6. Reusing Code and Writing Functions
  1. Including Files
  2. User Functions
  3. Form Processing

7. Simple SELECTs
  1. Introduction to the Northwind Database
  2. Some Basics
  3. SELECTing All Columns in All Rows
  4. SELECTing Specific Columns
  5. Sorting Records
  6. The WHERE Clause and Operator Symbols
  7. The WHERE Clause and Operator Words
  8. Checking Multiple Conditions

8. Subqueries, Joins and Unions
  1. Subqueries
  2. Joins
  3. Outer Joins
  4. Unions

9. Inserting, Updating and Deleting Records

10. Managing Data
  1. Querying a Database

  1. Advantages and Disadvantages of PEAR DB
  2. Using PEAR DB

12. Authentication with PHP and SQL
  1. A Database-less Login Form

13. Regular Expressions
  1. Perl-compatible Regular Expression Functions
  2. Regular Expression Syntax
  3. Form Validation Functions with Regular Expressions

14. Session Control and Cookies
1. Sessions
2. Cookies

15. Sending Email with PHP
  1. mail()
  2. PHPMailer

16. File System Management
  1. Opening a File
  2. Reading from a File
  3. Writing to a File
  4. File Locking
  5. Uploading Files via an HTML Form
  6. Getting File Information
  7. More File Functions
  8. Directory Functions

Class Prerequisites
Experience in the following areas is required:

Experience in the following areas would be beneficial:
 Basic Programming

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