PHP Level 1 for North Ayrshire Computing Science teachers
Date: Monday, 2nd February, 2015
Start: 9:00 am End: 4:00 pm
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(Per person. Includes tea/coffee and lunch)
Dynamic web sites rely on scripts or programs running on the server. PHP is one of the most widely used server-side scripting languages. Understanding the basics of PHP coding is vital if you want to go on and program dynamic web pages or sites. It is also useful to have some knowledge of PHP merely to understand and be able to knowledgebly talk about what server-side programming is and how dynamic web sites, content management systems and data-driven web applications work.
This one day course will introduce PHP, how to add it to html code and create simple dynamic web pages.
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PHP Level 1 for Computing Science teachers
Below is an overview of the topics covered in the course.
- What is PHP
- Introduction to Dynamic web sites
- Setting up web site files and folder structure for PHP projects
- PHP syntax
- Writing basic PHP scripts
- PHP Language elements
- Basic form handling – using submitted data in PHP pages as the basis for dynamic content creation
- Basic PHP project examples
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