PHP Programming Basics

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PHP is a server-side programming language. To parse PHP code set up a local environment such as XAMPP to run Apache server PHP on your local machine. Use MySQL database with PHP to build data-driven dynamic web pages. Know how algorithms work for data search and sorting, counting, etc. Construct a sturdy CMS with the most secure authentication. In PHP Programming Basics, embed PHP code into an HTML page and output dynamic text. Review the basics – PHP data types, such as variables, strings, and arrays. Different control structures in PHP, such as expressions and loops, give control over how the code executes. Even though PHP has many built-in functions, you can define your own custom functions. The code becomes reusable and helps prevent bugs. Interact with databases and build complicated reusable applications in PHP5 using PHP OOP. Develop secure PHP web applications by addressing issues to prevent attacks.

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JavaScript Basics

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In JavaScript basics, understand how websites load and are grouped into three layers. The first layer is the website content with the HTML that wraps around it. Next comes the CSS which styles the HTML for presentation. The third interacts with HTML and CSS to change what the user can see and do inside a website. The first two layers load when the page loads. When and after the page is loading the third layer runs in the background continuously. JavaScript can make changes to a website without refreshing the browser. HTML & CSS cannot do everything but writing JavaScript helps to add features such as web forms, shopping carts, interactive maps, calendar, and more to your website. In programming, making decisions with the code is called Control flow. Work your way through the basics and get a grasp on Control Flow, Conditionals, Functions, and Arrays & Loops.

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