Web pages can be designed using HTML. With HTML, code execution is done on the user’s browser (client-side). On the other hand, with PHP server-side scripting language, it’s executed on the server before it gets to the web browser of the user.
PHP can be embedded in HTML, and it’s well suited for web development and the creation of dynamic web pages for web applications, e-commerce applications, and database applications. It’s considered a friendly language with abilities to easily connect with MySQL, Oracle, and other databases
PHP scripts can be used on most of the well-known operating systems like Linux, UNIX, Solaris, Microsoft Windows, MAC OS and many others. It also supports most web servers including Apache and IIS. Using PHP affords web developers the freedom to choose their operating system and web server.
PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML.
Everyone can take up the course who may be a beginner or professional to enhance skills. To develop code on web platforms with backend support as PHP.
Individual must have Fundamental programming skills to take up the course.
With PHP there are many opportunities in the market as you can become developer, analyst, in many companies like thought works, Xerox, UST global, Microsoft, Zensar, third wire technologies many more.
The important concepts covered: Introduction of PHP, Exploring Data Types, Control Structures: Logical Expressions, Control Structures: Loops, User-Defined Functions, Debugging, Building Web Pages with PHP, Working with Forms and Form Data, Building a Content Management System (CMS), Advanced PHP Techniques. Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP).
Introduction of PHP
Exploring Data Types
Control Structures: Logical Expressions
Control Structures: Loops
Building Web Pages with PHP
Working with Forms and Form Data
Working with Cookies and Sessions
Using PHP to Access MySQL
Building a Content Management System (CMS)
Using Site Navigation to Choose Content
Building the Public Area
Regulating Page Access
Advanced PHP Techniques
Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
OOP in Practice
Working with Files and Directories