PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide HD PDF, EPUB

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If you’re done with Larry Ullman‘s PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, then I guess you can’t wait to read Larry Ullman’s other books. This case, his PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide is just the next book about PHP and MySQL you need to read, which is also very suitable for beginners. After reading this book, you will be able to develop some simple yet practical website based applications.

PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide takes the task-based approach to teach PHP + MySQL (both of them had turned into the factual standard for creating dynamic, database driven web sites for a long time); uses a large number of sample codes, graphs and charts to guide readers to learn PHP and MySQL programming languages in depth; covers the every most important knowledge point that developers need to keep in mind step by step; and completely shows readers how to construct a fully-functional dynamic website.

PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide can be regarded as a peak work that condenses Larry Ullman’s many years of web development experience and his writing experience of multiple popular books about web development technologies. If you are not a PHP/MySQL beginner who had read a lot of inferior PHP or MySQL books, then you may feel grateful after reading through this book – it will correct all your fallacies about PHP and MySQL. Even, its fluent writing and easy reading experience have made countless readers all over the world try to stop but cannot.

Through this book, readers can quickly and efficiently learn PHP & MySQL, and immediately become an ace on building Web sites! In addition, due to the use of task-oriented organization form, PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide is also a very good reference book. Reader can easily query in the book content according to various common tasks, and directly apply them to practical works. In short, this is a thick book with no nonsense, and all it has is pretty useful and practical.

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  • Chapter 1 Introduction to PHP
  • Chapter 2 Programming with PHP
  • Chapter 3 Creating Dynamic Web Sites
  • Chapter 4 Introduction to MySQL
  • Chapter 5 Introduction to SQL
  • Chapter 6 Database Design
  • Chapter 7 Advanced SQL and MySQL
  • Chapter 8 Error Handling and Debugging
  • Chapter 9 Using PHP with MySQL
  • Chapter 10 Common Programming Techniques
  • Chapter 11 Web Application Development
  • Chapter 12 Cookies and Sessions
  • Chapter 13 Security Methods
  • Chapter 14 Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions
  • Chapter 15 Introducing jQuery
  • Chapter 16 An OOP Primer
  • Chapter 17 Example–Message Board
  • Chapter 18 Example–User Registration
  • Appendix A Installation

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Edition Format Download Size
PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide
Fifth Edition PDF 67.5 MB
EPUB 80.3 MB
Fourth Edition PDF 39.9 MB
PHP 6 and MySQL 5 for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide
Third Edition PDF 13.4 MB

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