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Learning PHP and MySQL [Paperback]

Michele E. Davis , Jon A. Phillips


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Table of Contents

Preface; Audience; Assumptions This Book Makes; Organization of This Book; Supporting Books; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Safari® Enabled; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Dynamic Content and the Web; 1.1 PHP and MySQL's Place in Web Development; 1.2 The Components of a PHP Application; 1.3 Integrating Many Sources of Information; 1.4 Requesting Data from a Web Page; 1.5 Chapter 1 Questions; Chapter 2: Installation; 2.1 Developing Locally; 2.2 Working Remotely; 2.3 Chapter 2 Questions; Chapter 3: Exploring PHP; 3.1 PHP and HTML Text; 3.2 Coding Building Blocks; 3.3 Chapter 3 Questions; Chapter 4: PHP Decision Making; 4.1 Expressions; 4.2 Operator Concepts; 4.3 Conditionals; 4.4 Looping; 4.5 Chapter 4 Questions; Chapter 5: Functions; 5.1 Calling Functions; 5.2 Defining Functions; 5.3 Object-Oriented Programming; 5.4 Chapter 5 Questions; Chapter 6: Arrays; 6.1 Array Fundamentals; 6.2 Chapter 6 Questions; Chapter 7: Database Basics; 7.1 Database Design; 7.2 Structured Query Language; 7.3 Chapter 7 Questions; Chapter 8: Using MySQL; 8.1 MySQL Database; 8.2 Managing the Database; 8.3 Backing Up and Restoring Data; 8.4 Advanced SQL; 8.5 Chapter 8 Questions; Chapter 9: Getting PHP to Talk to MySQL; 9.1 The Process; 9.2 Querying the Database with PHP Functions; 9.3 Using PEAR; 9.4 Chapter 9 Questions; Chapter 10: Working with Forms; 10.1 Building a Form; 10.2 Templates; 10.3 Chapter 10 Questions; Chapter 11: Practical PHP; 11.1 String Functions; 11.2 Date and Time Functions; 11.3 File Manipulation; 11.4 Calling System Calls; 11.5 Chapter 11 Questions; Chapter 12: Modifying MySQL Objects and PHP Data; 12.1 Changing Database Objects from PHP; 12.2 Manipulating Table Data; 12.3 Displaying Results with Embedded Links; 12.4 Presenting a Form to Add and Process in One File; 12.5 Updating Data; 12.6 Deleting Data; 12.7 Performing a Subquery; 12.8 Chapter 12 Questions; Chapter 13: Cookies, Sessions, and Access Control; 13.1 Cookies; 13.2 PHP and HTTP Authentication; 13.3 Sessions; 13.4 Using Auth_HTTP to Authenticate; 13.5 Chapter 13 Questions; Chapter 14: Security; 14.1 ; 14.2 Session Security; 14.3 Chapter 14 Questions; Chapter 15: Validation and Error Handling; 15.1 Validating User Input with JavaScript; 15.2 Pattern Matching; 15.3 Redisplaying a Form After PHP Validation Fails; 15.4 Chapter 15 Questions; Chapter 16: Sample Applications; 16.1 Building a Blog; 16.2 Chapter 16 Questions; Chapter 17: Finishing Your Journey; 17.1 Finding Help on the Web; 17.2 Web Sites; 17.3 Zend; 17.4 Lampshade; 17.5 Chapter 17 Questions; Answers to Chapter Questions; A.1 Chapter 1; A.2 Chapter 2; A.3 Chapter 3; A.4 Chapter 4; A.5 Chapter 5; A.6 Chapter 6; A.7 Chapter 7; A.8 Chapter 8; A.9 Chapter 9; A.10 Chapter 10; A.11 Chapter 11; A.12 Chapter 12; A.13 Chapter 13; A.14 Chapter 14; A.15 Chapter 15; A.16 Chapter 16; A.17 Chapter 17; Colophon;

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