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Overview

In just a short time, you can learn how to use PHP, MySQL, and Apache together to create dynamic, interactive websites and applications using the three leading open-source web development technologies.

Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson in this book builds on the previous ones, enabling you to learn the essentials of PHP scripting, MySQL databases, and the Apache web server from the ground up.

Regardless of whether you run Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X, the enclosed CD includes a complete starter kit that lets you install all the software you need to set up a stable environment for learning, testing, and production.

Learn how to…

  • Install, configure, and set up the PHP scripting language, the MySQL database system, and the Apache Web server
  • Get these technologies to work together to create a dynamic, database-backed website
  • Interact with MySQL using PHP
  • Work with forms and files
  • Create a web-based discussion forum or mailing list
  • Add a storefront and shopping cart to your site
  • Optimize your MySQL databases
  • Fine-tune the Apache server’s performance
  • Restrict access to your applications
  • Set up a secure web server

CD-ROM Includes

  • A complete PHP, MySQL, and Apache starter kit for Windows®, Linux®, or Mac® OS X.
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Apache 2, MySQL 4.x, and PHP 5 integrate splendidly to offer a complete (and free!) solution for building dynamic web sites. Wouldn’t it be nice to learn all three at once -- and learn how to use them together, to solve real problems? You can, with this start-to-finish course.

Julie Meloni first walks you through installing all three packages from the accompanying CD-ROM, then teaches you all the PHP you need to get rolling, from flow control to objects. You’ll learn how to work with forms, files, dates, images, and sessions; next, you'll integrate PHP and MySQL to support real applications. The book wraps up with four chapter-length application case studies.

If you can build static HTML pages, you’re ready for this book -- and if you’ve ever worked with databases, you’re doubly ready. Bill Camarda, from the January 2005 Read Only

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672329760
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 7/2/2008
  • Series: Sams Teach Yourself Series
  • Edition description: Fourth Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 630
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Julie C. Meloni is the technical director for i2i Interactive (http://www.i2ii.com), a multimedia company located in Los Altos, California. She has been developing web-based applications since the Web first saw the light of day and remembers the excitement surrounding the first GUI web browser. She has authored numerous books and articles on web-based programming

languages and database topics, and you can find translations of her work in 15 different languages. She is also a fervent blogger and is the author of Sams Teach Yourself Blogging in a Snap. Most days, Julie can be found wandering the halls of Avery Hall on the campus of Washington State University, where she is a Ph.D. student in English who is quite interested in digital/social scholarship in the humanities.

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IntroductionIntroduction

Welcome to Sams Teach Yourself PHP, MySQL and Apache All in One, Fourth Edition! In the previous edition, the majority of the modifications were around the ability to use both PHP 5 and MySQL 5 as core technologies. In the two years since the previous edition was released, little has changed: PHP 5 and MySQL 5 are solid, stable, and power a great number of the Web-based applications we use every day. Many hosting providers now offer PHP 5 by default, without support for PHP 4 (which has entered the "end of life" phase), thus ensuring that anyone who wants to use PHP 5 and MySQL 5 can do so without installing these applications on their own (although the first four chapters of this book explain how to do just that). All the code in this edition is based on PHP 5 and, where appropriate, the MySQL Improved Extension (mysqli) in PHP, using MySQL 5 as the back-end database.

Some of you might have heard of PHP 6 or have seen books touting PHP 6 as the core language used. As of this writing in May of 2008, PHP 6 is still in the development stages and has not even entered the release candidate stage of development. Although PHP 6 is likely to reach the release candidate stage before the end of 2008, hosting providers will be loath to provide new technologies for general use until the language and the engine driving it have been thoroughly tested and improved to the point at which the release is deemed stable and mature—perhaps sometime in 2009. Given this information, it seemed entirely premature for this edition to cover the aspects of the language based on a developmental release, especially when the goal of this book is to provide the concepts necessary to master the basics of programming in the PHP language—the version that is stable and widely distributed.

Over the course of this book, you'll learn the concepts necessary for configuring and managing the Apache web server, the basics of programming in PHP, and the methods for using and administering the MySQL relational database system. The overall goal of the book is to provide you with the foundation you need to understand how seamlessly these technologies integrate with one another and to give you practical knowledge of how to integrate them.

Who Should Read This Book?

This book is geared toward individuals who possess a general understanding of the concepts of working in a web-based development environment, be it Linux/UNIX, Windows, or even Mac OS X. Installation and configuration instructions assume that you have familiarity with your operating system and the basic methods of building (on Linux/UNIX systems) or installing (on Windows and Mac OS X systems) software.

The lessons that delve into programming with PHP assume no previous knowledge of the language. However, if you have experience with other programming languages, such as ASP (Active Server Pages), JSP (Java Server Pages), or Perl, you will find the going much easier. Similarly, if you have worked with other databases, such as Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server, you will already possess a solid foundation for working through the MySQL-related lessons.

The only real requirement is that you already understand static web content creation with HTML. If you are just starting out in the world of web development, you will still be able to use this book, but you should consider working through an HTML tutorial. If you are comfortable creating basic pages, you will be fine.

How This Book Is Organized

This book is divided into six parts, corresponding to particular topic groups. You should read the chapters within each part one right after another, with each chapter building on the information found in those before it:

  • Part I, "Getting Up and Running," provides a quick start guide to installation and walks you through the installation and configuration of MySQL, Apache, and PHP in depth. You'll need to complete at least one version of these instructions—either the quick start installation or the longer instructions—before moving on unless you already have access to a working installation of these technologies through a hosting provider. Even if you don't need to install and configure MySQL, Apache, and PHP in your development environment, you should still skim these lessons so that you understand the basics of their interaction.
  • Part II, "PHP Language Structure," is devoted to teaching you the basics of the PHP language, including structural elements such as arrays and objects. The examples will get you in the habit of writing code, uploading it to your server, and testing the results.
  • Part III, "Getting Involved with the Code," consists of chapters that cover intermediate-level application development topics, including working with forms and files, restricting access, and completing other small projects designed to introduce a specific concept.
  • Part IV, "PHP and MySQL Integration," contains chapters devoted to working with databases in general, such as database normalization, as well as using PHP to connect to and work with MySQL. Included is a basic SQL primer, which also includes MySQL-specific functions and other information.
  • Part V, "Basic Projects," consists of chapters devoted to performing a particular task using PHP and MySQL, integrating all the knowledge gained so far. Projects include an address book, a discussion forum, and a basic online storefront, among others. These examples are built in a black-and-white environment, meaning the aesthetic display is minimal. This allows you to focus on the programming and logic involved in building the structures rather than making these items aesthetically pleasing.
  • Part VI, "Administration and Fine-Tuning," is devoted to administering and tuning Apache and MySQL. It also includes information on virtual hosting and setting up a secure web server.

If you find that you are already familiar with a topic, you can skip ahead to the next chapter. However, in some instances, chapters refer to specific concepts learned in previous chapters, so be aware that you might have to skim a skipped chapter so that your development environment remains consistent with the book.

At the end of many chapters, a few quiz questions test how well you've learned the material. Additional activities provide another way to apply the information learned in the chapter and guide you toward using this newfound knowledge in the next chapter.

About the Book's Source Code

All of the code that appears in listings throughout the chapters is also available on the accompanying CD-ROM. You may also download the source code bundle from the author's website at http://www.thickbook.com/.

Typing the code on your own provides useful experience in making typos, causing errors, and performing the sometimes mind-numbing task of tracking down errant semicolons. However, if you want to skip that lesson and just upload the working code to your website, feel free!

Conventions Used in This Book

This book uses different typefaces to differentiate between code and plain English, and to help you identify important concepts. Throughout the chapters, code, commands, and text you type or see onscreen appear in a computer typeface. New terms appear in italics at the point in the text where they are defined. Additionally, icons accompany special blocks of information:

Note - A "By the Way" note presents an interesting piece of information related to the current topic.

Tip - A "Did You Know" tip offers advice or teaches an easier method for performing a task.

Caution - A "Watch Out!" warns you about potential pitfalls and explains how to avoid them.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I Getting Up and Running

1 Installation QuickStart Guide 7

2 Installing and Configuring MySQL 21

3 Installing and Configuring Apache 43

4 Installing and Configuring PHP 65

Pt. II PHP Language Structure

5 The Building Blocks of PHP 87

6 Flow Control Functions in PHP 111

7 Working with Functions 131

8 Working with Arrays 149

9 Working with Objects 159

Pt. III Getting Involved with the Code

10 Working with Strings, Dates, and Time 171

11 Working with Forms 201

12 Working with Cookies and User Sessions 223

13 Working with Files and Directories 239

14 Working with Images 269

Pt. IV PHP and MySQL Integration

15 Understanding the Database Design Process 293

16 Learning Basic SQL Commands 305

17 Using Transactions and Stored Procedures in MySQL 353

18 Interacting with MySQL Using PHP 361

Pt. V Basic Projects

19 Managing a Simple Mailing List 375

20 Creating an Online Address Book 389

21 Creating a Simple Discussion Forum 415

22 Creating an Online Storefront 433

23 Creating a Shopping Cart Mechanism 445

24 Creating a Simple Calendar 459

25 Restricting Access to Your Applications 481

26 Logging and Monitoring Web Server Activity 501

27 Application Localization 517

28 Working with XML 529

Pt. VI Administration and Fine-Tuning

29 Apache Performance Tuning and Virtual Hosting 543

30 Setting Up a Secure Web Server 561

31 Optimizing and Tuning MySQL 575

32 Software Upgrades 591

Index 597

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Preface

Introduction

Welcome to Sams Teach Yourself PHP, MySQL and Apache All in One, Fourth Edition! In the previous edition, the majority of the modifications were around the ability to use both PHP 5 and MySQL 5 as core technologies. In the two years since the previous edition was released, little has changed: PHP 5 and MySQL 5 are solid, stable, and power a great number of the Web-based applications we use every day. Many hosting providers now offer PHP 5 by default, without support for PHP 4 (which has entered the "end of life" phase), thus ensuring that anyone who wants to use PHP 5 and MySQL 5 can do so without installing these applications on their own (although the first four chapters of this book explain how to do just that). All the code in this edition is based on PHP 5 and, where appropriate, the MySQL Improved Extension (mysqli) in PHP, using MySQL 5 as the back-end database.

Some of you might have heard of PHP 6 or have seen books touting PHP 6 as the core language used. As of this writing in May of 2008, PHP 6 is still in the development stages and has not even entered the release candidate stage of development. Although PHP 6 is likely to reach the release candidate stage before the end of 2008, hosting providers will be loath to provide new technologies for general use until the language and the engine driving it have been thoroughly tested and improved to the point at which the release is deemed stable and mature—perhaps sometime in 2009. Given this information, it seemed entirely premature for this edition to cover the aspects of the language based on a developmental release, especially when the goal of this book is to provide the concepts necessary to master the basics of programming in the PHP language—the version that is stable and widely distributed.

Over the course of this book, you'll learn the concepts necessary for configuring and managing the Apache web server, the basics of programming in PHP, and the methods for using and administering the MySQL relational database system. The overall goal of the book is to provide you with the foundation you need to understand how seamlessly these technologies integrate with one another and to give you practical knowledge of how to integrate them.

Who Should Read This Book?

This book is geared toward individuals who possess a general understanding of the concepts of working in a web-based development environment, be it Linux/UNIX, Windows, or even Mac OS X. Installation and configuration instructions assume that you have familiarity with your operating system and the basic methods of building (on Linux/UNIX systems) or installing (on Windows and Mac OS X systems) software.

The lessons that delve into programming with PHP assume no previous knowledge of the language. However, if you have experience with other programming languages, such as ASP (Active Server Pages), JSP (Java Server Pages), or Perl, you will find the going much easier. Similarly, if you have worked with other databases, such as Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server, you will already possess a solid foundation for working through the MySQL-related lessons.

The only real requirement is that you already understand static web content creation with HTML. If you are just starting out in the world of web development, you will still be able to use this book, but you should consider working through an HTML tutorial. If you are comfortable creating basic pages, you will be fine.

How This Book Is Organized

This book is divided into six parts, corresponding to particular topic groups. You should read the chapters within each part one right after another, with each chapter building on the information found in those before it:

  • Part I, "Getting Up and Running," provides a quick start guide to installation and walks you through the installation and configuration of MySQL, Apache, and PHP in depth. You'll need to complete at least one version of these instructions—either the quick start installation or the longer instructions—before moving on unless you already have access to a working installation of these technologies through a hosting provider. Even if you don't need to install and configure MySQL, Apache, and PHP in your development environment, you should still skim these lessons so that you understand the basics of their interaction.
  • Part II, "PHP Language Structure," is devoted to teaching you the basics of the PHP language, including structural elements such as arrays and objects. The examples will get you in the habit of writing code, uploading it to your server, and testing the results.
  • Part III, "Getting Involved with the Code," consists of chapters that cover intermediate-level application development topics, including working with forms and files, restricting access, and completing other small projects designed to introduce a specific concept.
  • Part IV, "PHP and MySQL Integration," contains chapters devoted to working with databases in general, such as database normalization, as well as using PHP to connect to and work with MySQL. Included is a basic SQL primer, which also includes MySQL-specific functions and other information.
  • Part V, "Basic Projects," consists of chapters devoted to performing a particular task using PHP and MySQL, integrating all the knowledge gained so far. Projects include an address book, a discussion forum, and a basic online storefront, among others. These examples are built in a black-and-white environment, meaning the aesthetic display is minimal. This allows you to focus on the programming and logic involved in building the structures rather than making these items aesthetically pleasing.
  • Part VI, "Administration and Fine-Tuning," is devoted to administering and tuning Apache and MySQL. It also includes information on virtual hosting and setting up a secure web server.

If you find that you are already familiar with a topic, you can skip ahead to the next chapter. However, in some instances, chapters refer to specific concepts learned in previous chapters, so be aware that you might have to skim a skipped chapter so that your development environment remains consistent with the book.

At the end of many chapters, a few quiz questions test how well you've learned the material. Additional activities provide another way to apply the information learned in the chapter and guide you toward using this newfound knowledge in the next chapter.

About the Book's Source Code

All of the code that appears in listings throughout the chapters is also available on the accompanying CD-ROM. You may also download the source code bundle from the author's website at http://www.thickbook.com/.

Typing the code on your own provides useful experience in making typos, causing errors, and performing the sometimes mind-numbing task of tracking down errant semicolons. However, if you want to skip that lesson and just upload the working code to your website, feel free!

Conventions Used in This Book

This book uses different typefaces to differentiate between code and plain English, and to help you identify important concepts. Throughout the chapters, code, commands, and text you type or see onscreen appear in a computer typeface. New terms appear in italics at the point in the text where they are defined. Additionally, icons accompany special blocks of information:


Note - A "By the Way" note presents an interesting piece of information related to the current topic.



Tip - A "Did You Know" tip offers advice or teaches an easier method for performing a task.



Caution - A "Watch Out!" warns you about potential pitfalls and explains how to avoid them.


© Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

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    Great for developper

    This book as many Sam's teach yourself is quik teaching and easy for all level starting from beginer to the person want the addvance skills.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2005

    WARNING!!!!!

    The installation instructions completely fail to mention that PHP5 is not automatically configured with the mySQL libraries. So the first php & mySql integration you try in Chapter 17 will not work if you install it using their instructions. There are a couple of extra installation steps you need to perform to include the mySQL DLLs. This entails customizing the php.ini file and updating your system variables...which is described in the PHP documentation on the Internet. I'm really surprised they failed to mention this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2005

    Sloppy - very sloppy

    While the book had content for PHP, MYSql and Apache Web Server, there were numerous typographical errors, some of which affected the understanding of the content. It appears that the author attempted to move from an old edition too quickly, resulting in references within the chapters being incorrect, file names typed wrong, as well a many mispellings. The overview of the book advises that the reader should have a good understanding of the Web and HTML, and the book holds to that with weak or no explanations regarding anything but php. If you can get through that, however, the Chapters are laid out well, with code for all examples on the accompanying disk in case you just can't proof your typing well enough. Also, the install of MySQL, Apache, and PHP in my XP environment went flawlessly. If the next edition has a better proof reader, this could be a 4 star.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2005

    This is the best SAMs book I have ever read.

    Most SAMs Teach Yourself blah blah blah books lack detail, and only tell you what to do. They don't give you any functional uses for it. However, this book does. I highly recommend it for any PHP beginner!

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