PHP was created to make web development easier, and many beginners find it easiest to pick up and get started with. It was so easy to pick up PHP code that many non-programmers end up being able to write PHP applications in no time!
The top 5 reasons to learn PHP are:
Designed to Scale
Active Mentor Support for Placement
This training course is practical and will equip you with all you need to build a fully functional web application, add it to source control using Cpanel/FTP and finally, host it on hosting servers.
PHP (Hypertext Pre-Processor) - Server-Side Programming Language that allows building dynamic and data-driven applications
HTML and CSS - Standard Web Languages used: To design web pages
Visual Studio Code (With extensions) - Development tool or IDE to write code faster.
XAMPP Server - To facilitate MySQL Servers and Apache
PhpMyAdmin - MySQL Management Tool developed into XAMPP Server
Filezilla FTP Client for handling Hosting Server project files.
Build a fully data-driven web application
Understand the PHP Application Flow
Develop and manage databases with phpMyAdmin and MySQL Workbench
Develop PHP/MySQL queries with PDO
Setup User Authentication and Authorization
Use Bootstrap 4 CSS Framework
Use JQuery and JQueryUI
Use Visual Studio Code Efficiently
Deploy using FTP Hosting
Manage Projects with cpanel
NO other course can provide you with these skills. Level up now and be a part of the modern PHP Developers' club!
Introduction to PHP,Environment Setup, Basic Syntax, Data Types & Variables, Types of Operators, Loops, Using HTML Form, GET & POST Method
Introduction to MySQL, Setting up databse, Data Types, Database Creation, Table Creation, Query Operations, Insert Query, Update Query, Delete Query, Create Query
Connection to MySQL databse using PHP,Login, Session, Cookies,CRUD (Create/Read/Update/Delete) in MySQL Database Using PHP.
Hosting, Domain Redirection, Nameservers updation, Live Your Project, Certification
We open doors to thousands of opportunities, we don’t teach we train !
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