Building Web Applications Using PHP | Zydii

Building Web Applications Using PHP The complete masterclass on building web applications in PHP

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Instructed by Raphael Wanjiku

Details

Lesssons: 134
Course Length: 6 hours 32 minutes
Languages: English
Includes:  Lifetime access Certificate of Completion
Ksh3,000.00

About This Course

This course introduces students with basic HTML skills to PHP scripting language. The course refreshes the students on webservers and how the request-response works. They are guided on how to install and run the Apache webserver-XAMPP: Apache is the PHP webserver. The students are further shown how to use the language, how it integrates with HTML and the Bootstrap framweork, how it helps connect and manipulate databases contents and how Ajax perfectly fits to make web content asynchronously dynamic with JQuery. The course further looks at implementing security on PHP web applications.

What You Will Learn

    The following objectives are intended:

    1. Understanding How webservers work-Apache.

    2. Installation of Xampp.

    3. Creating HTML webpages and linking them with PHP.

    4. PHP Syntax through examples.

    5. Understanding of How Ajax works.

    6. Implementing Ajax using JQuery.

    7. Working with JSON data.

    8. Working with MySQL databases- MySQLi syntax.

    9. Implementing security in PHP applications.

What You Will Learn

  • Ksh3,000.00

Meet the Instructor

I am a computer programmer and adjunct CS Faculty at Africa Nazarene University with an Msc.Software Engineering(JKUAT) and Bsc.Computer Science(Africa Nazarene University). I have expertise in PHP(Laravel), JavaScript(Angular,Node),.Net(C#,ASP.Net) and Java(SE and Android).


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