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  • Tham khảo sách 'sams teach yourself php, mysql and apache all in one 5th edition', công nghệ thông tin, hệ điều hành phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • No previous Ajax programming experience is required. Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson in this book builds on the previous ones, enabling you to learn the essentials of Ajax programming with JavaScript, PHP, and related technologies from the ground up. Regardless of whether you run Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X, the enclosed CD includes a complete Ajax programming starter kit that gives you all the programming tools,

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  • PHP & MySQL Web Development All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies is kind of one-stop shopping for the information you need to get up and running with these tools and put them to good use. It’s divided into six handy minibooks that cover setting up your environment, PHP programming, using MySQL, security, PHP extensions, and PHP Web applications. They make it easy to create a Web site where visitors can sign on, use shopping carts, complete forms, and do business with your business.

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  • PHP, JavaScript, and HTML5 are essential programming languages for creating dynamic websites that work with the MySQL database. PHP and MySQL provide a robust, easy-to-learn, open-source solution for creating superb e-commerce sites and content management. JavaScript and HTML5 add support for the most current multimedia effects. This one-stop guide gives you what you need to know about all four! Seven self-contained minibooks cover web technologies, HTML5 and CSS3, PHP programming, MySQL databases, JavaScript, PHP with templates, and web applications....

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  • PHP and MySQL Web Development All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies is kind of one-stop shopping for the information you need to get up and running with these tools and put them to good use. It’s divided into six handy minibooks that cover setting up your environment, PHP programming, using MySQL, security, PHP extensions, and PHP Web applications. They make it easy to create a Web site where visitors can sign on, use shopping carts, complete forms, and do business with your business.

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  • GETTING READY TO WORK WITH PHP You don t need any special equipment. A web server is a piece of software that displays web pages, not a separate computer. As long as you have at least 1GB of free disk space, you should be able to install all the software on your computer—even one with modest specifications. If you already have a PHP test environment on your local computer, there s no need to reinstall. Just check the section at the end of the chapter titled “Checking your PHP (Windows and Mac).” Individual programs or an all-in-one package? For many years, I advocated installing...

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  • We’ve installed and set up two software programs: the Apache web server with PHP , and the MySQL database server . If you followed my recommendation, you would have set them up using an all-in-one package like XAMPP or MAMP , but don’t let that diminish your sense of accomplishment! As I explained in that chapter , PHP is a server-side scripting language that lets you insert instructions into your web pages that your web server software (in most cases, Apache) will execute before it sends those pages to browsers that request them.

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  • That book is absolutely great. It covers a lot of ground, with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL, not only with the actual development (in your case with PHP and MySQL) but setting up the server software, etc. As far as I'm aware the book teaches you to use only open-source software for the development. Take into account though that Linux-based OSes are much better for development, though Windows is passable.

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  • This book will enable you to take your PHP development skills to an enterprise level by teaching the skills and tools necessary to write maintainable and efficient code. You will learn how to perform activities such as unit testing, enforcing coding standards, automating deployment, and interactive debugging using tools created for PHP developers—all the information in one place. Your code will be more

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  • With the number of security flaws and exploits discovered and released every day constantly on the rise, knowing how to write secure and reliable applications is become more and more important every day. Written by Ilia Alshanetsky, one of the foremost experts on PHP security in the world, php|architect's Guide to PHP Security focuses on providing you with all the tools and knowledge you need to both secure your existing applications and writing new systems with security in mind.

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  • This month’s issue marks the first time, at least to my knowledge, that a topic such as artificial intelligence has been discussed on a PHP publication. AI is one of those topics most people talk about without really understanding its capabilities—and this has resulted in a lot of confusion out there. If you’re worried that your server will become sentient and try to take over the world (or, worse, spend all your money), you can rest assured that that will not be the case (at least until you run Internet Explorer—that’ll do the trick)....

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  • No matter which way you cut it, PHP is pretty amazing: a language strung together by volunteer programmers that today has the enviable distinction of being in use on more than a third of the planet’s Web servers. Flexible, scalable, extensible, stable, open—PHP is all of these and more, which is why it’s one of the most popular programming toolkits in the world. Ask me why I like PHP, though, and my reason has nothing to do with any of the preceding buzzwords and everything to do with how friendly and nonthreatening the language is.

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  • Seriously though, was there life before the Web? Growing up today, one would hardly think so. The advent of the Internet has provided a basis for communication unparalleled in the history of mankind, with people both young and not so young using it as a means for shopping, learning, and communicating.

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  • Statuses—Other Media Changes to the view Since all of the media types we are going to support require at least one additional database field in a table that extends the statuses table, we are going to need to display any additional fields on the post status form. The standard type of status doesn't require additional fields, and new media types that we haven't discussed, which we may wish to support in the future, may require more than one additional field. To support a varying number of additional fields depending on the type, we could use some JavaScript (in this case, we will...

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  • FORMATTING TEXT AND DATES The DateTime() constructor also takes two optional arguments: a string containing a date and/or time, and a DateTimeZone object. The date/time string for the first argument can be in any of the formats listed at http://docs.php.net/manual/en/datetime.formats.php. Unlike MySQL, which accepts only one format, PHP goes to the opposite extreme. The range of valid formats is overwhelming and potentially confusing.

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  • It’s more than fair to say that PHP is one of the mainstays of the Internet. It’s been around for over a decade and a half, and in that time it’s become the default first foray into the world of server-side coding for many. If you’re attempting to make that move now, I hope this book will prove a worthy guide. So, let’s go! Please keep your hands in the book or on your keyboard at all times; eating and drinking is permitted, but no flash photography.

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  • One day, in the not too distant future, I fully expect my grandmother to ask me about Facebook. She’s particularly hip, as grandmothers go, and is already all over email. She even occasionally “surfs” the Web to read up on the latest events in her native South Africa! You might not think she falls into Facebook’s target demographic, but I would hate to be the person standing between her and her Mac if anyone told her that she could learn even more about her beloved Toronto Maple Leafs by registering for a Facebook account. She is, after all, their number-one...

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  • Software development is not a new idea. Ada Lovelace is said to have written the first computer program in the mid-nineteenth century for the Analytical Engine, the first mechanical computer prototyped by Charles Babbage. Much time has passed since then, and software development has grown into what is arguably one of the largest contributors to the development of our species. Designing good software is hard.

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  • This book is about SQL, the Structured Query Language. SQL is the language used by all major database systems today. SQL has been around for about 30 years, but is enjoying a real renaissance in the 21st century, thanks to the tremendous success of database-driven web sites.

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