PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, 5th Edition HD PDF, EPUB

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PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide is a classic introduction book that covers all the basic things about PHP language. It introduces the basic concepts, using methods and the matters needing attention of the PHP language to the beginners in plain language. The whole book uses abundant examples to lead the reader to master this popular Web development language step by step, and enables reader to get started on writing PHP scripts that are applicable to many common scenes.

The author took pains to start explaining from the most basic, without missing any subtleties. After reading this book, you will have very comprehensive understanding to the basic concepts of PHP. Readers who are going to get started with PHP development might as well take this best-selling PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide written by Larry Ullman as your first choice. Basically, you will not regret because of choosing it, not like reading a lot of similar books. On the contrary, very likely you would be glad not to give your first time of learning PHP to many other books.

PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide is suitable for novices with zero basis to read, also can be used for consolidating the basic knowledge of PHP. Of course, you’d better have a basic HTML development experience, although the HTML itself has neither too much difficulty nor too much content. If you ever contacted with PHP, and has got a little bit of PHP learning experience, then you will basically be able to finish reading this book in two or three weeks (I mean you only use your spare time every day). BTW, after getting started, you can choose to read Larry Ullman’s another good book – PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide to move forward on PHP language and development.

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  • Chapter 1 Getting Started with PHP
  • Chapter 2 Variables
  • Chapter 3 HTML Forms and PHP
  • Chapter 4 Using Numbers
  • Chapter 5 Using Strings
  • Chapter 6 Control Structures
  • Chapter 7 Using Arrays
  • Chapter 8 Creating Web Applications
  • Chapter 9 Cookies and Sessions
  • Chapter 10 Creating Functions
  • Chapter 11 Files and Directories
  • Chapter 12 Intro to Databases
  • Chapter 13 Putting It All Together
  • Appendix A Installation and Configuration
  • Appendix B Resources and Next Steps

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