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Learning PHP, MySQL & JavaScript, 4th Edition Język: 2

978-1-4919-1866-1

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Wersja: Drukowana
Autor Robin Nixon
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Wydawnictwo O'Reilly Media
Data_Wydania 2015-01-17
Learning

PHP, MySQL & JavaScript

, 4th Edition



Build interactive, data-driven websites with the potent combination of open-source technologies and web standards, even if you have only basic HTML knowledge. With this popular hands-on guide, you’ll tackle dynamic web programming with the help of today’s core technologies: PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, and HTML5.


Explore each technology separately, learn how to use them together, and pick up valuable web programming practices along the way. At the end of the book, you’ll put everything together to build a fully functional social networking site, using XAMPP or any development stack you choose.

  • Learn PHP in-depth, along with the basics of object-oriented programming
  • Explore MySQL, from database structure to complex queries
  • Use the MySQLi Extension, PHP’s improved MySQL interface
  • Create dynamic PHP web pages that tailor themselves to the user
  • Manage cookies and sessions, and maintain a high level of security
  • Master the JavaScript language—and enhance it with jQuery
  • Use Ajax calls for background browser/server communication
  • Acquire CSS2 and CSS3 skills for professionally styling your web pages
  • Implement all of the new HTML5 features, including geolocation, audio, video, and the canvas


Pragniemy Państwa zapewnić, iż dokładamy wszelkich możliwych starań, by opisy książek i podręczników, zawarte na naszych stronach internetowych, zawierały bieżące i wiarygodne materiały. Może jednak, mimo naszych wysiłków, w opisy książek wkraść się przekłamanie z naszej strony niezamierzone. Nie może to stanowić powodu do roszczeń. O ile macie Państwo jakiekolwiek pytania lub wątpliwości - prosimy o kontakt z naszym ekspertem lub działem handlowym. Postaramy  się odpowiedzieć na wszystkie Państwa pytania zanim podejmiecie Państwo decyzje o złożeniu zamówienia.
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  1. Chapter 1Introduction to Dynamic Web Content

    1. HTTP and HTML: Berners-Lee’s Basics

    2. The Request/Response Procedure

    3. The Benefits of PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML5

    4. And Then There’s HTML5

    5. The Apache Web Server

    6. About Open Source

    7. Bringing It All Together

    8. Questions

  2. Chapter 2Setting Up a Development Server

    1. What Is a WAMP, MAMP, or LAMP?

    2. Installing XAMPP on Windows

    3. Installing XAMPP on Mac OS X

    4. Installing a LAMP on Linux

    5. Working Remotely

    6. Using a Program Editor

    7. Using an IDE

    8. Questions

  3. Chapter 3Introduction to PHP

    1. Incorporating PHP Within HTML

    2. This Book’s Examples

    3. The Structure of PHP

    4. Questions

  4. Chapter 4Expressions and Control Flow in PHP

    1. Expressions

    2. Operators

    3. Conditionals

    4. Looping

    5. Implicit and Explicit Casting

    6. PHP Dynamic Linking

    7. Dynamic Linking in Action

    8. Questions

  5. Chapter 5PHP Functions and Objects

    1. PHP Functions

    2. Including and Requiring Files

    3. PHP Version Compatibility

    4. PHP Objects

    5. Questions

  6. Chapter 6PHP Arrays

    1. Basic Access

    2. The foreach...as Loop

    3. Multidimensional Arrays

    4. Using Array Functions

    5. Questions

  7. Chapter 7Practical PHP

    1. Using printf

    2. Date and Time Functions

    3. File Handling

    4. System Calls

    5. XHTML or HTML5?

    6. Questions

  8. Chapter 8Introduction to MySQL

    1. MySQL Basics

    2. Summary of Database Terms

    3. Accessing MySQL via the Command Line

    4. Indexes

    5. MySQL Functions

    6. Accessing MySQL via phpMyAdmin

    7. Questions

  9. Chapter 9Mastering MySQL

    1. Database Design

    2. Normalization

    3. Relationships

    4. Transactions

    5. Using EXPLAIN

    6. Backing Up and Restoring

    7. Questions

  10. Chapter 10Accessing MySQL Using PHP

    1. Querying a MySQL Database with PHP

    2. A Practical Example

    3. Practical MySQL

    4. Preventing Hacking Attempts

    5. Using mysqli Procedurally

    6. Questions

  11. Chapter 11Form Handling

    1. Building Forms

    2. Retrieving Submitted Data

    3. An Example Program

    4. What’s New in HTML5?

    5. Features Awaiting Full Implementation

    6. Questions

  12. Chapter 12Cookies, Sessions, and Authentication

    1. Using Cookies in PHP

    2. HTTP Authentication

    3. Using Sessions

    4. Questions

  13. Chapter 13Exploring JavaScript

    1. JavaScript and HTML Text

    2. Using Comments

    3. Semicolons

    4. Variables

    5. Operators

    6. Variable Typing

    7. Functions

    8. Global Variables

    9. Local Variables

    10. The Document Object Model

    11. About document.write

    12. Questions

  14. Chapter 14Expressions and Control Flow in JavaScript

    1. Expressions

    2. Literals and Variables

    3. Operators

    4. The with Statement

    5. Using onerror

    6. Using try...catch

    7. Conditionals

    8. Looping

    9. Explicit Casting

    10. Questions

  15. Chapter 15JavaScript Functions, Objects, and Arrays

    1. JavaScript Functions

    2. JavaScript Objects

    3. JavaScript Arrays

    4. Questions

  16. Chapter 16JavaScript and PHP Validation and Error Handling

    1. Validating User Input with JavaScript

    2. Regular Expressions

    3. Redisplaying a Form After PHP Validation

    4. Questions

  17. Chapter 17Using Ajax

    1. What Is Ajax?

    2. Using XMLHttpRequest

    3. Questions

  18. Chapter 18Introduction to CSS

    1. Importing a Style Sheet

    2. Using IDs

    3. Using Classes

    4. Using Semicolons

    5. CSS Rules

    6. Style Types

    7. CSS Selectors

    8. The CSS Cascade

    9. Measurements

    10. Fonts and Typography

    11. Managing Text Styles

    12. CSS Colors

    13. Positioning Elements

    14. Pseudoclasses

    15. Shorthand Rules

    16. The Box Model and Layout

    17. Questions

  19. Chapter 19Advanced CSS with CSS3

    1. Attribute Selectors

    2. The box-sizing Property

    3. CSS3 Backgrounds

    4. Multiple Backgrounds

    5. CSS3 Borders

    6. Box Shadows

    7. Element Overflow

    8. Multicolumn Layout

    9. Colors and Opacity

    10. Text Effects

    11. Web Fonts

    12. Google Web Fonts

    13. Transformations

    14. 3D Transformations

    15. Transitions

    16. Questions

  20. Chapter 20Accessing CSS from JavaScript

    1. Revisiting the getElementById Function

    2. Accessing CSS Properties from JavaScript

    3. Inline JavaScript

    4. Adding New Elements

    5. Using Interrupts

    6. Questions

  21. Chapter 21Introduction to jQuery

    1. Why jQuery?

    2. Including jQuery

    3. jQuery Syntax

    4. Selectors

    5. Handling Events

    6. Waiting Until the Document Is Ready

    7. Event Functions and Properties

    8. Special Effects

    9. Manipulating the DOM

    10. Dynamically Applying Classes

    11. Modifying Dimensions

    12. DOM Traversal

    13. Using jQuery Without Selectors

    14. Using Ajax

    15. Plug-Ins

    16. Questions

  22. Chapter 22Introduction to HTML5

    1. The Canvas

    2. Geolocation

    3. Audio and Video

    4. Forms

    5. Local Storage

    6. Web Workers

    7. Web Applications

    8. Microdata

    9. Summary

    10. Questions

  23. Chapter 23The HTML5 Canvas

    1. Creating and Accessing a Canvas

    2. Writing Text to the Canvas

    3. Drawing Lines

    4. Using Paths

    5. Filling Areas

    6. The clip Method

    7. The isPointInPath Method

    8. Working with Curves

    9. Manipulating Images

    10. Editing at the Pixel Level

    11. Advanced Graphical Effects

    12. Transformations

    13. Summary

    14. Questions

  24. Chapter 24HTML5 Audio and Video

    1. About Codecs

    2. The <audio> Element

    3. Supporting Non-HTML5 Browsers

    4. The <video> Element

    5. Summary

    6. Questions

  25. Chapter 25Other HTML5 Features

    1. Geolocation and the GPS Service

    2. Other Location Methods

    3. Geolocation and HTML5

    4. Local Storage

    5. Web Workers

    6. Offline Web Applications

    7. Drag and Drop

    8. Cross-Document Messaging

    9. Microdata

    10. Other HTML5 Tags

    11. Summary

    12. Questions

  26. Chapter 26Bringing It All Together

    1. Designing a Social Networking Site

    2. On the Website

    3. functions.php

    4. header.php

    5. setup.php

    6. index.php

    7. signup.php

    8. checkuser.php

    9. login.php

    10. profile.php

    11. members.php

    12. friends.php

    13. messages.php

    14. logout.php

    15. styles.css

    16. javascript.js

  27. Appendix Solutions to the Chapter Questions

  28. Appendix Online Resources

  29. Appendix MySQL’s FULLTEXT Stopwords

  30. Appendix MySQL Functions

  31. Appendix jQuery Selectors, Objects, and Methods

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