• Duration 6 weeks
  • Lectures 45
  • Skill level All levels
  • Quizzes 9
  • Pass parcentages 75
  • Certificate Yes
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  • Category:

    Web Development (PHP)

  • 61 enrolled students
  • English

Get started with the world's most used server technology, PHP. This course will get you started in no time, covering installation, forms management, working with databases, state management, and more!

Practical PHP – For Beginners


  • Basic Understanding of HTML & CSS
  • A text editor (Sublime Text or Notepad or Visual Studio Code)

Target audiences

  • Anybody interested in learning this course

About this Course

PHP is the most widely used server language on the web. This course will help you get started with the language in no time. We will cover installing a web server, PHP, and the MySQL database server. Then we will process form data and later store everything in a MySQL database. We will take special care about common security-related pitfalls and will avoid common attacks. Finally, we will develop a small sample application which also features authentication and authorization. This course provide a complete introduction into the language syntax.

Students learn to integrate client-server communication into web pages to create dynamic functionality using PHP.

We start with the fundamentals, including PHP syntax and variable declaration. The course transitions into working with objects, arithmetic operators, conditional statements, loops, functions and arrays.

Students will also learn to utilize server side form validation techniques to maintain data integrity.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Web Developers that want to Learn PHP

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It performs system functions, i.e. from files on a system it can create, open, read, write, and close them. It can handle forms, i.e. gather data from files, save data to a file, through email you can send data, return data to the user. You can add, delete, modify elements within your database with the help of PHP. Access cookies variables and set cookies. Using PHP, you can restrict users to access some pages of your website and also encrypt data.
PHP is partially case sensitive. The variable names are case-sensitive but function names are not. If you define the function name in lowercase and call them in uppercase, it will still work. User-defined functions are not case sensitive but the rest of the language is case-sensitive.
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