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Introduction of Web & PHP
• What is PHP?
• The history of PHP.
• Why choose PHP?.
• Installation overview.
• Embedding PHP code on a page.
• Outputting dynamic text.
• The operational trail.
• Inserting code comments.
Exploring Data Types
• String functions.
• Numbers part one: Integers.
• Numbers part two: Floating points.
• Associative arrays.
• Array functions.
• NULL and empty.
• Type juggling and casting.
Control Structures: Logical Expressions
• If statements.
• Else and elseif statements.
• Logical operators.
• Switch statements.
Control Structures: Loops
• While loops.
• For loops.
• Foreach loops.
• Understanding array pointers.
User-Defined Functions • Defining functions.
• Function arguments.
• Returning values from a function.
• Multiple return values.
• Scope and global variables.
• Setting default argument values.
• Common problems.
• Warnings and errors.
• Debugging and troubleshooting.
Working with Forms and Form Data
• Building forms.
• Detecting form submissvions.
• Single-page form processing.
• Validating form values.
• Problems with validation logic.
• Displaying validation errors.
• Custom validation functions.
• Single-page form with validations.
Working with Cookies and Sessions
• Working with cookies.
• Setting cookie values.
• Reading cookie values.
• Unsetting cookie values.
• Working with sessions.
• MySQL introduction.
• Creating a database.
• Creating a database table.
• CRUD in MySQL.
• Populating a MySQL database.
• Relational database tables.
• Populating the relational table.
Using PHP to Access MySQL
• Database APIs in PHP.
• Connecting to MySQL with PHP.
• Retrieving data from MySQL.
• Working with retrieved data.
• Creating records with PHP.
• Updating and deleting records with PHP.
• SQL injection.
• Escaping strings for MySQL.
• Introducing prepared statements.
UBuilding a Content Management System (CMS)
• Blueprinting the application.
• Building the CMS database.
• Establishing your work area.
• Creating and styling the first page.
• Making page assets reusable.
• Connecting the application to the database.
Using Site Navigation to Choose Content
• Adding pages to the navigation subjects.
• Refactoring the navigation.
• Selecting pages from the navigation.
• Highlighting the current page.
• Moving the navigation to a function.
• Finding a subject in the database.
• Refactoring the page selection.
• Creating a new subject form.
• Processing form values and adding subjects.
• Passing data in the session.
• Validating form values.
• Creating an edit subject form.
• Using single-page submission.
• Deleting a subject.
• Cleaning up.
• Assignment: Pages CRUD.
• Assignment results: Pages CRUD.
Building the Public Area
• The public appearance.
• Using a context for conditional code.
• Adding a default subject behaviour.
• The public content area.
• Protecting page visibility.
Regulating Page Access
• User authentication overview.
• Admin CRUD.
• Encrypting passwords.
• Salting passwords.
• Adding password encryption to CMS.
• New PHP password functions.
• Creating a login system.
• Checking for authorization.
• Creating a logout page.
Using PHPAdvanced PHP Techniques
• Using variable variables.
• Applying more array functions.
• Building dates and times: Epoch/Unix.
• Formatting dates and times: Strings and SQL.
• Setting server and request variables.
• Establishing global and static variable scope.
• Making a reference assignment.
• Using references as function arguments.
• Using references as function return values.
Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
• Introducing the concept and basics of OOP.
• Defining classes.
• Defining class methods.
• Instantiating a class.
• Referencing an instance.
• Defining class properties.
OOP in Practice
• Understanding class inheritance.
• Setting access modifiers.
• Using setters and getters.
• Working with the static modifier.
• Reviewing the scope resolution operator.
• Referencing the Parent class.
• Using constructors and destructors.
• Cloning objects.
• Comparing objects.
• Configuring PHP for email.
• Sending email with mail().
• Using headers.
• Reviewing SMTP.
• Using PHPMailer.