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PHP for Beginners in Backend Web Development

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About Course

Like any other staple scripting language, PHP allows software developers to integrate logic directly into creating web page content and efficiently manage data returned from a web browser.

PHP is an acronym for “Hypertext Processor.”

PHP also contains numerous out-of-the-box extensions that make it easy for software engineers to interact with databases.

The language is intuitively designed to extract relevant data to be displayed on a web page, storing any respective information entered by a website visitor into its corresponding database defined by its script.

All in all, PHP consists of two simple moving parts: a scripting language and an interpreter.

Web and PHP developers can utilize scripts to define server-side behaviour and logic they need in a web app.

These scripts can be conveniently embedded into HTML markup documents that are served at the frontend of the webserver.

An interpreter behaves as a backend module that integrates into the webserver.

It actively converts scripts into explicit commands that the computer executes to achieve outputs defined in the script by the web developer.

PHP is a Backend Programming language widely used in many applications such as Facebook, Wikipedia, Tumblr, Slack, and MailChimp, among many other platforms.

In this course, we shall go over PHP’s basics and create a dynamic website using PHP.

For this course, you’re expected to have basic knowledge of the following:

  1. HTML
  2. CSS
  3. JavaScript

You can learn this using this free web development course from aptLearn.

With that, Let us begin creating!!!

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What Will You Learn?

  • How to code in PHP
  • How to build dynamic websites
  • How to deploy the built website to the internet
  • Mysql Function
  • Need Help? Ask the Community

Course Content

Introduction to PHP

  • Introduction to PHP
  • Interesting PHP Facts
  • Links
  • Installing a Local Web Server & IDE
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  • PHP Basic Syntax
  • PHP Variables
  • PHP echo and print
  • PHP Coding Standards
  • PHP Data Types
  • PHP Strings
  • PHP Constants
  • PHP Magic Constant
  • PHP Decision Making
  • PHP Loops
  • PHP Super Globals
  • PHP Regular Expression
  • PHP Errors | Error Handling
  • PHP Error Display

Advance PHP

PHP Mysqli Function

Conclusion

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