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Certificate course in PHP.

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Indroduction to Php++
GMAC Php Programming course provides the knowledge necessary to design and develop dynamic, database-driven web pages. PHP is a language written for the web, quick to learn, easy to deploy and provides substantial functionality required for e-commerce. This course introduces the PHP framework and syntax, and covers in depth the most important techniques which are used to build dynamic web sites.

Pre-Requisites:
A basic working knowledge of HTML is presumed. Some conceptual knowledge of how web servers and web browsers (clients) interact using HTTP. A working knowledge of at least one scripting/programming language or evidence of strong capabilities in relevant areas of mathematical/logical reasoning

 

  • Course Outline

  •   Routine Mode: 2 Months, 5 days in a week, 2 hours a day
  •   Rapid Mode: 1 Month, 5 days in a week, 4 hours a day
  •   Eligibility: 10+2 of any stream

Session 1: PHP and Web Programming - Overview

  •   How PHP compares with other approaches: JavaScript, Flash, CGI/Perl, Microsoft's ASP, and Sun's Java Server Pages
  •   PHP Pros and Cons
  •   PHP: past, present and future (PHP 3.0, PHP 4.0, and PHP 5)
  • The road ahead...
  •   Modular application design
  •   Learning to create and use code libraries
  •   Object Oriented PHP
  •   Separating front and back ends (MVC pattern)
  •   Setting up your environment
  •   Directory structure
  •   Error handling

Session 2: Elements of PHP - Review

  •   PHP variables and arrays Control flow
  •   Patterns for processing HTML forms
  •   Understanding $_GET, $_POST, $_SESSION and other PHP super-arrays
  •   Dynamically generating HTML - example: self-populating forms

Session 3: Functions

  •   How to think about PHP's many utility functions
  •   Examples with numbers, strings and dates
  •   Discussion: string functions vs. regular expressions
  •   User-defined functions: units of code
  •  Functional overview...
  •   Return values
  •   Parameters: Passing 'by value' vs. 'by reference'
  •   Variable scope
  •   Arranging function in separate 'include' files: code libraries. Looking ahead: what is an 'Object'? More about debugging and error handling

Session 4: Introduction to PHP and MySQL

  •   PHP's customized MySQL functions
  •   A simple database-driven application: message board
  •   Creating the database schema
  •   Connecting to the database
  •   Inserting and Updating data

Session 5: Object-oriented PHP

      What is O-O programming, and why is it cool?
  •   Understanding how using objects can improve PHP programs
  •   Understanding how objects work in PHP
  •   References vs. values
  •   PHP 4 vs. PHP 5
  •   Re-using existing objects: Example of the PEAR::DB interface
  •   Creating and programming with objects: Example of object-oriented version of message board

Session 6: String

  •   Quoting String Constants
  •   Printing Strings
  •   Table of Contents
  •   Accessing Individual Characters
  •   Cleaning Strings
  •   Encoding and Escaping
  •   Comparing Strings
  •   Manipulating and Searching Strings
  •   Regular Expressions
  •   POSIX-Style Regular Expressions
  •   Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions

Session 7: Arrays

  •   Indexed Versus Associative Arrays
  •   Identifying Elements of an Array
  •   Storing Data in Arrays
  •   Multidimensional Arrays
  •   Extracting Multiple Values
  •   Converting Between Arrays and Variables
  •   Traversing Arrays
  •   Sorting
  •   Acting on Entire Arrays
  •   Using Arrays

Session 8: Object

  •   Terminology
  •   Creating an Object
  •   Accessing Properties and Methods
  •   Declaring a Class
  •   Introspection
  •   Serialization

Session 9: Introduction to cms (Joomla)

  •   Building a cms through Php
  •   Joomla -Introduction to cutting edge content Week

Session 10: Bringing It All Together

  •   In the final week we apply many of the concepts studied so far to develop a complete, well-architected web application component: a simple online shopping cart using cookies, sessions and the database.
  •   PHP and web application security
  •   More about objects

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