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Learning PHP and Mysql : Step-by-step Guide To Creating Database-driven Web Sites (2ND 07 Edition)by Michele E. Davis
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PHP and MySQL are quickly becoming the de facto standard for rapid development of dynamic, database-driven web sites. This book is perfect for newcomers to programming as well as hobbyists who are intimidated by harder-to-follow books. With concepts explained in plain English, the new edition starts with the basics of the PHP language, and explains how to work with MySQL, the popular open source database. You then learn how to put the two together to generate dynamic content.
Part of OReillys bestselling Learning series, this book is an easy-to-use resource designed specifically for newcomers. Its also a launching pad for future learning, providing readers with a solid foundation for more advanced development.
About the Author
Michele E. Davis has co-authored and authored over 11 books and has been a career writer since she sold her first poem to CRICKET magazine in second grade. She has an MFA in Writing from Hamline University and is always trying to improve her writing technique. Someday it will be perfect.
Jon A. Phillips is a software engineer who loves Open Source technology. He's been working with web development and databases for over 12 years and is always exploring new technology. Additionally, he co-authored a Dreamweaver for Dummies book that came out July 2006.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: Dynamic Content and the WebChapter 2: InstallationChapter 3: Exploring PHPChapter 4: PHP Decision-MakingChapter 5: FunctionsChapter 6: ArraysChapter 7: Working with MySQLChapter 8: Database Best PracticesChapter 9: Getting PHP to Talk to MySQLChapter 10: Working with FormsChapter 11: Practical PHPChapter 12: XHTMLChapter 13: Modifying MySQL Objects and PHP DataChapter 14: Cookies, Sessions, and Access ControlChapter 15: SecurityChapter 16: Validation and Error HandlingChapter 17: Sample ApplicationChapter 18: Finishing Your JourneySolutions to Chapter QuestionsColophon
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