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The book is divided into three parts. In the first part of "PHP Basics" includes chapters 1 to 8.

In Chapter 1, "Introduction to PHP" provides an overview of the PHP language, its history and its main features. It describes how to install and configure PHP and Apache. The chapter concludes with an overview of the basic PHP syntax elements required for writing the baseline scenario.

In Chapter 2, "Variables and data types" describes the different data types supported by PHP, selection rule variable names and characteristics of the information storage.

Chapter 3, "Expressions, operators and control structures" complements the material in Chapter 2. From it you learn how to operate on values \u200b\u200bof variables. This chapter also presents the basic syntactic structures and tools to create large and complex scenarios.

Chapter 4 "Function" describes some aspects of the construction of the modular PHP code, suitable for multiple use.

Chapter 5, "Arrays" is devoted to the most common data structures - arrays. It provides an overview and examples of the creation of one-dimensional and multi-dimensional arrays as indexed and associative.

In Chapter 6, "Object-oriented features of PHP" PHP highlighted aspects relating to the object-oriented programming. Although PHP is not object-oriented language, support for some of the basic concepts of PHP greatly simplifies programming and maintenance of an effective code.

Chapter 7, "File I / O and file system" contains information about one of the most prominent features of PHP - processing data files. In addition, it provides information on the performance of PHP tools directory operations on the server.

In Chapter 8, "Strings and regular expressions" manipulation of string data are considered in the context of the standard functions of PHP and regular expressions. The reader is acquainted with the two species of regular expression syntax - POSIX-compatible and Peri-compatible expressions.

The second part of "PHP and Web» is built on the foundation of the material of the first eight chapters. It includes chapters 9 through 13.

Chapter 9, "PHP and dynamic creation of pages," introduces the reader to the basic concepts of dynamic construction of web-sites in the language of PHP. This chapter discusses the concept of dynamic content, link building, and simple diagrams using templates.

In Chapter 10, "Forms" discusses the tools to work with PHP, HTML forms in the collection, display and processing user input.

Chapter 11, "Database" is an extensive support database operations. The focus is on the DBMS MySQL, for example, which shows how to use PHP for effective interface between the database and the Web.

In Chapter 12, "Templates" describes a non-trivial scheme of the page templates.

Chapter 13 «Cookie and tracking session" shows how PHP organized saving personal settings and collect data about site visitors.

In the third part of "PHP for professionals" represented more complex side of PHP. This part includes chapters 14 through 16.

Chapter 14, "PHP and XML» acquaints the reader with XML and shows how to use PHP to analyze and convert documents XML.

Chapter 15 «JavaScript and COM" shows how to use JavaScript to make web-interface programs more convenient and interactive. In addition, this chapter examines the opportunity to interact with COM objects Windows.

In Chapter 16, "Security," describes some of the security aspects of the Web and their implementation in PHP. This chapter discusses the configuration issues PHP secure programming, data encryption, the problem of e-commerce and user authentication.

Additional information

The book is presented in html-format packed in zip-archive


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