Web site and database integration is necessary for most web sites today. This is commonly accomplished using PHP and MySQL. PHP is a server-side, cross platform, HTML-embedded scripting language, while MySQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS) commonly used as the back end for web applications. In this hands-on course students first learn the basics of the PHP language (variables, arrays, loops, functions, etc.) and works up to building dynamic web pages with a MySQL back end. Topics include the basics of PHP, mixing PHP and HTML, displaying dynamic content and using cookies.
Prerequisites: Web Scripting Fundamentals or equivalent experience.
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