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Format: Trade Paperback Language: English
Publication Year: 2018 ISBN:

9781119468387

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9781119468387

PHP, MySQL, & JavaScript All-in-One For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))…

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Explore the engine that drives the internet It takes a powerful suite of technologies to drive the most-visited websites in the world. PHP, mySQL, JavaScript, and other web-building languages serve as the foundation for application development and programming projects at all levels of the web. Dig into this all-in-one book to get a grasp on these in-demand skills, and figure out how to apply them to become a professional web builder. You’ll get valuable information from seven handy books covering the pieces of web programming, HTML5 & CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, creating object-oriented programs, and using PHP frameworks. Helps you grasp the technologies that power web applications Covers PHP version 7.2 Includes coverage of the latest updates in web development Perfect for developers to use to solve problems This book is ideal for the inexperienced programmer interested in adding these skills to their toolbox. New coders who’ve made it through an online course or boot camp will also find great value in how this book builds on what you already know.

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Publisher Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
ISBN-10 1119468388
ISBN-13 9781119468387
eBay Product ID (ePID) 239554852

Product Key Features
Format Trade Paperback
Publication Year 2018
Language English

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Weight 35.3 Oz
Width 7.5in.
Height 1.6in.
Length 9.3in.

Additional Product Features
Table of Content Introduction 1 About This Book 1 Foolish Assumptions 2 Icons Used in This Book 3 Beyond the Book 3 Where to Go from Here 3 Book 1: Getting Started With Web Programming 5 Chapter 1: Examining the Pieces of Web Programming 7 Creating a Simple Web Page 7 Creating a Dynamic Web Page 17 Storing Content 25 Chapter 2: Using a Web Server 27 Recognizing What”s Required 27 Considering Your Server Options 31 Tweaking the Servers 41 Chapter 3: Building a Development Environment 51 Knowing Which Tools to Avoid 51 Working with the Right Tools 53 Book 2: Html5 and Css3 71 Chapter 1: The Basics of HTML5 73 Diving into Document Structure 73 Looking at the Basic HTML5 Elements 81 Marking Your Text 85 Working with Characters 90 Making a List (And Checking It Twice) 92 Building Tables 96 Chapter 2: The Basics of CSS3 103 Understanding Styles 103 Styling Text 112 Working with the Box Model 119 Styling Tables 121 Positioning Elements 125 Chapter 3: HTML5 Forms 135 Understanding HTML5 Forms 135 Using Input Fields 138 Adding a Text Area 146 Using Drop-Down Lists 147 Enhancing HTML5 Forms 149 Using HTML5 Data Validation 154 Chapter 4: Advanced CSS3 157 Rounding Your Corners 157 Using Border Images 159 Looking at the CSS3 Colors 162 Playing with Color Gradients 164 Adding Shadows 166 Creating Fonts 168 Handling Media Queries 171 Chapter 5: HTML5 and Multimedia 177 Working with Images 177 Playing Audio 185 Watching Videos 190 Getting Help from Streamers 194 Book 3: Javascript 195 Chapter 1: Introducing JavaScript 197 Knowing Why You Should Use JavaScript 197 Seeing Where to Put Your JavaScript Code 199 The Basics of JavaScript 203 Controlling Program Flow 209 Working with Functions 220 Chapter 2: Advanced JavaScript Coding 223 Understanding the Document Object Model 223 Finding Your Elements 233 Working with Document Object Model Form Data 238 Chapter 3: Using jQuery 243 Loading the jQuery Library 244 Using jQuery Functions 246 Finding Elements 247 Replacing Data 250 Changing Styles 254 Changing the Document Object Model 259 Playing with Animation 261 Chapter 4: Reacting to Events with JavaScript and jQuery 263 Understanding Events 263 Focusing on JavaScript and Events 267 Looking at jQuery and Events 276 Chapter 5: Troubleshooting JavaScript Programs 283 Identifying Errors 283 Working with Browser Developer Tools 285 Working Around Errors 295 Book 4: PHP 301 Chapter 1: Understanding PHP Basics 303 Seeing the Benefits of PHP 303 Understanding How to Use PHP 305 Working with PHP Variables 310 Using PHP Operators 317 Including Files 320 Chapter 2: PHP Flow Control 325 Using Logic Control 325 Looping 331 Building Your Own Functions 336 Working with Event-Driven PHP 339 Chapter 3: PHP Libraries 349 How PHP Uses Libraries 349 Text Functions 354 Math Functions 361 Date and Time Functions 365 Image-Handling Functions 369 Chapter 4: Considering PHP Security 375 Exploring PHP Vulnerabilities 375 PHP Vulnerability Solutions 384 Chapter 5: Object-Oriented PHP Programming 395 Understanding the Basics of Object-Oriented Programming 395 Using Magic Class Methods 401 Loading Classes 409 Extending Classes 414 Chapter 6: Sessions and Carts 419 Storing Persistent Data 419 PHP and Cookies 424 PHP and Sessions 430 Shopping Carts 436 Book 5: MYSQL 443 Chapter 1: Introducing MySQL 445 Seeing the Purpose of a Database 445 Presenting MySQL 454 Advanced MySQL Features 458 Chapter 2: Administering MySQL 465 MySQL Administration Tools 465 Managing User Accounts 477 Chapter 3: Designing and Building a Database 489 Managing Your Data 489 Creating Databases 492 Building Tables 500 Chapter 4: Using the Database 513 Working with Data 513 Searching for Data 524 Playing It Safe with Data 531 Chapter 5: Communicating with the Database from PHP Scripts 541 Database Support in PHP 541 Using the mysqli Library 543 Putting It All Together 554 Book 6: Creating Object-Oriented Programs 561 Chapter 1: Designing an Object-Oriented Application 563 Determining Application Requirements 5
Illustrated Yes
Target Audience Scholarly & Professional
Copyright Date 2018
Author Richard Blum
Number of Pages 800 Pages
Lc Classification Number Qa76.625
Lccn 2018-933793

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