PHP for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide (Visual QuickStart Guides)

PHP for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide (Visual QuickStart Guides)

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ISBN13: 9780201727876
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PHP is a powerful (and free) scripting language used to create dynamic Web sites and Web applications. With PHP, Web application developers can perform both simple and complex functions with a few lines of additional code in a standard HTML Web page. PHP is frequently being used to replace forms and functions formerly created by CGI scripts. PHP for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide is geared for beginning and intermediate Web developers looking for an introductory guide. The task-based format gets users started with basic syntax, testing scripts, working with variables, creating Web applications, and more. Throughout the book, sample scripts and projects show the readers just what they need to know, and a companion Web site offers every script in this book available for downloading.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 304
Item Height 15 mm
Item Width 178 mm
Item Weight 489 Gram
Product Dimensions 178 x 15 x 228
Publisher Peachpit Press
Format Paperback | 304
Book Overview

PHP is a powerful (and free) scripting language used to create dynamic Web sites and Web applications. With PHP, Web application developers can perform both simple and complex functions with a few lines of additional code in a standard HTML Web page. PHP is frequently being used to replace forms and functions formerly created by CGI scripts. PHP for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide is geared for beginning and intermediate Web developers looking for an introductory guide. The task-based format gets users started with basic syntax, testing scripts, working with variables, creating Web applications, and more. Throughout the book, sample scripts and projects show the readers just what they need to know, and a companion Web site offers every script in this book available for downloading.

Larry E. Ullman, an experienced PHP programmer, is currently Lead Programmer at Com-Insights, a digital media services provider. He lives in State College, Pennsylvania.