Making Use Of Php W/Ws

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PHP has an edge over locked-in solutions such as JSP and ASP for most Web development work because it is a cross-platform technology. Surveys indicate that PHP is rapidly becoming the most widely used Web scripting language and PHP skills are now considered essential for many Web developers.
* Explains why PHP is easier to learn than Perl or JavaScript and how it is useful in server-side development and ...
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Overview

PHP has an edge over locked-in solutions such as JSP and ASP for most Web development work because it is a cross-platform technology. Surveys indicate that PHP is rapidly becoming the most widely used Web scripting language and PHP skills are now considered essential for many Web developers.
* Explains why PHP is easier to learn than Perl or JavaScript and how it is useful in server-side development and administration tasks
* Offers guidance to fully utilizing the possibilities of PHP
* Enables Web designers and others with HTML skills to quickly gain essential abilities for site administration and content development
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471219736
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/11/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Meet the Author

Ashok Appu has been working as a development executive with the KSB division of NIIT. Since he began working at NIIT in 2000, he has been involved in writing Instructor Led Training Manuals. He has worked on projects such as Red Hat Linux 6x/7x, Principles of Web Designing, Windows 98 (Advanced), Microsoft Commerce Server 2000, BizTalk Server 2000, ASP.NET, VB.NET, StarOffice 5.2, and TCP/IP. His technical expertise is in the areas of networking, network security, operating systems, and scripting languages. He is also involved in providing SME (Subject Matter Expert) support for various other technologies such as the Linux operating system and StarOffice.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Scenario.

Chapter 1. Internet Basics.

Chapter 2. Basics of PHP.

Chapter 3. ProgrammingBasics.

Chapter 4. Control Structures.

Chapter 5. Functions.

Chapter 6. Arrays.

Chapter 7. Classes.

Chapter 8. Working with HTML Forms.

Chapter 9. Using the File System.

Chapter 10. Database Concepts.

Chapter 11. Database Interactivity Using PHP.

Chapter 12. Authentication.

Chapter 13. Cookies.

Chapter 14. Handling Sessions in PHP.

Chapter 15. Sending Email Using PHP.

Index.

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