Saturday, January 21, 2017
PHP PART 1
PHP PART 2
PHP Part 3
Creating Web Applications
Cookies and Sessions
PHP Part 4
Files and Directories
Intro to Databases
PHP and MySQL
Online class, 3 units.
This introductory course is designed to teach students how to configure and code using one of the web design community’s most popular open-source web server extensions, PHP Hypertext Processor. Students will also learn how to create dynamically generated web pages using PHP and database connectivity.
This is a hands-on class, where students learn PHP programming through projects. Each student has his/her own web space on a shared server. Students learn to build their own dynamic website gradually. They start with a simple HTML static website and then grow it to a dynamic website with MySQL database integration. Besides learning PHP, students learn to be comfortable with HTML and CSS code and generate W3C compliant websites, in a fun and rewarding class.
CSIS-115A or CSIS-117C (with a grade of C or better).
Goals and Objectives
Explain the role of PHP and the server / client requirements for using PHP.
Understand PHP variables, functions, and operators in a PHP program.
Utilize PHP in web forms to access form variables.
Demonstrate form data validation using PHP.
Creating Web applications.
Use PHP to manage session state.
Working with Files and Directories
Access data in a database using PHP.
Insert data into a database using PHP.
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