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Mar 25

Apress Beginning PHP and MySQL Fourth Edition pdf free Download

The best book for novice to professional to learn PHP and MySQL.

Beginning PHP and MySQL: From Novice to Professional, Fourth Edition is a major update of W. Jason Gilmore’s authoritative book on PHP and MySQL. The fourth edition includes complete coverage of PHP 5.3 features, including namespacing, an update of AMP stack installation and configuration, updates to Zend Framework, coverage of MySQL Workbench, and much more.

 

What you’ll learn from Apress Beginning PHP and MySQL:

  • How to install and configure Apache, PHP 5.3, and MySQL
  • PHP and object-oriented programming basics
  • New PHP 5.3 features and how to use them
  • How to move beyond basic PHP, including using the Zend Framework
  • How to use MySQL to securely store your website’s data
  • How to use MySQL Workbench to manage your database

Table of Contents of Apress Beginning PHP and MySQL

  1. Introducing PHP
  2. Configuring Your Environment
  3. PHP Basics
  4. Functions
  5. Arrays
  6. Object-Oriented PHP
  7. Advanced OOP Features
  8. Error and Exception Handling
  9. Strings and Regular Expressions
  10. Working with the File and Operating System
  11. PEAR
  12. Date and Time
  13. Forms
  14. Authenticating Your Users
  15. Handling File Uploads
  16. Networking
  17. PHP and LDAP
  18. Session Handlers
  19. Templating with Smarty
  20. Web Services
  21. Secure PHP Programming
  22. SQLite
  23. Building Web Sites for the World
  24. MVC and the Zend Framework
  25. Introducing MySQL
  26. Installing and Configuring MySQL
  27. The Many MySQL Clients
  28. MySQL Storage Engines and Datatypes
  29. Securing MySQL
  30. Using PHP with MySQL
  31. Introducing PDO
  32. Stored Routines
  33. MySQL Triggers
  34. MySQL Views
  35. Practical Database Queries
  36. Indexes and Searching
  37. Transactions
  38. Importing and Exporting Data

 

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    1. Carol Savocchia

      Nice php tutorial!

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