Core PHP5 Training

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Core PHP5 training course builds the strong foundation for developing carrer in the web development domain. The majority of the web applications developed these days uses PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor). PHP, an HTML-embedded scripting language, is the most widely used language among web developers.

The curriculum caters to the demand of IT industry and allow the aspirants to work with PHP in combination of MySQL. Participants go through the fundamentals to gain clear understanding on language constructs. The skills imparted help the aspirants to create dynamic and database driven websites.

Upon the completion of training, you will be holding the following skill set:

  • Understand the significance of HTML, CSS and PHP in web development
  • Elucidate the role and work of ZEND Engine
  • Write codes using the language constructs, including tags, dynamic variables, arrays, file handling, and functions
  • Resolving errors
  • Work with session, cookies and communication with Internet Services
  • Using regular expressions and XML
Target audience
  • Website Developer
  • Web Application Developer
  • Web Services Developer
  • Fresh graduates (B.Tech- CS/IT, MCA, BCA, M.Sc-IT, B.Sc-IT)
Prerequisites

Candidates having knowledge of HTML and object oriented programming language say C++/C# are the ideal participants for this course.

1. Introduction

  • Classes & Objects
  • Object based & Object Oriented Programming
  • Three Tier Architecture
  • HTML & significance of HTML in web development
  • What is CSS & how it is helpful
  • Database & its properties
  • Difference between DBMS & RDBMS
  • Why PHP is called server side scripting language
  • Why it is useful in web development
  • What are type shape & type loose languages
  • Difference between various versions of PHP
  • Compiler & Interpreter
  • What is ZEND Engine
  • Work of ZEND Engine

2. Language Constructors

  • Fundamentals in programming
    • Tags in PHP
    • Data types in PHP
    • Resource Management
    • Constants & Variables
    • Simple variable declaration
    • Dynamic Variables
    • Checking type of variables
    • Changing type of variables
  • Loops
  • Operators
    • Precedence of operators
    • Associativity of operators
    • Operator types
    • Identical & Comparison Operator
  • String Declaration
  • Arrays
    • What is an array?
    • Why we use arrays instead of simple methods
    • Types of arrays
    • Indexed Array
      • Indexed array declaration
      • How to print single element from an array
      • How to print every value present in an array
      • General functions related to arrays
    • Associative Array
      • Associative array declaration
      • How to single element from an associative array
      • How to print every value present in an associative array
      • General functions related to associative array
    • Mixed Array
      • Mixed array declaration

3. File Handling

  • Creating a file
  • Opening a file
  • Reading a file
  • Writing into a file
  • Closing a file
  • Deleting a file
  • Checking size of a file
  • Checking existence of a file
  • Sending the pointer to a particular location in a file
  • Finding the current location of a pointer
  • Check whether file contents end or not
  • Locate the pointer at the beginning of file
  • File locking
  • File Uploading and File Downloading

4. Functions

  •  Isset, is_null & empty functions
  •  Call by value & call by reference
  •  Local & Global Variables
  •  Pre & Post Increment & Decrement Operators
  •  Static Variables
  •  Global Keyword

5. Types of Errors

  •  Methods for sending requests to server
  •  Super Global Variables
  •  Include & Require
  •  Explode & Implode
  •  String & Array Remaining Functions
  •  Header Function

6. MySQL

  • SQL Introduction
  • Connecting to MySQL
  • Creating a database in MySQL via script
  • Selecting a database
  • Dropping a database
  • Creating tables
  • Inserting into tables
  • Modifying a table
  • Updating values in a table
  • Renaming
  • Grant & Revoke Functions
  • Closing Connections
  • Triggers
  • Joins
  • Fetching data from MySQL Database

7. Session

  •  What is a session
  •  Initializing session variables
  •  Retrieving values from session variables
  •  Destroying session variables

8. Cookies

  •  What is a cookie
  •  Types of cookies
  •  Initializing Cookie
  • Variables Retrieving cookie variables
  •  Destroying a cookie

9. Object Oriented Concepts in PHP

  • Public, Private & Protected
  • $this keyword
  • Constructors & Destructors
  • Polymorphism
  • Overloading
  • Operator Overloading
  • Function Overloading
  • Overriding
  • Inheritance
  • Abstract Class & Methods
  • Interface
  • Final Class
  • Exception
  • Checked Exception
  • Unchecked Exception
  • Magic Methods

10. Working with Regular Expressions

  •  preg & ereg functions
  •  Email validation
  •  String pattern matching
  •  PCRE expression

11. Working with XML

  •  The Extensible Markup Language (XML)
  • Creating an XML Document
  • Simple XML
  • Parsing XML Documents
  • Accessing Children and Attributes
  • XPath Queries
  • Modifying XML Documents
  • Working With Namespaces
  • DOM
  • Loading and Saving XML Documents
  • XPath Queries
  • Modifying XML Documents
  • Moving Data
  • Modifying Data
  • Removing Data
  • Working With Namespaces
  • Interfacing with Simple XML

12. Communicating with Internet Services

  • Sending Internet Mail
  • Project: Sending an E-mail with a Mail Class
  • Reading Mail with IMAP or POP3
  • Getting and Putting Files with FTP
  • Performing DNS Lookups
  • Checking Whether a Host Is Alive
  • Getting Information About a Domain Name

13. Java Script

  • What Is JavaScript?
  • A Short History
  • ECMA Script 3
  • The Document Object Model (DOM)
  • The Browser Object Model (BOM)
  • Syntax
  • Variables
  • Functions
  • All about Events
  • Cross Browsing

14. Designing

  • Understanding Web Site Design Structure
  • Table Structure
  • Div Structure
  • Iframe Structure
  • Working with DIV tag
  • Working On DREAMWEAVER

15. CSS                      

  • What is CSS?
  • Types Of CSS
  • Types Of Selectors
  • Hierarchal CSS
PHP is one of the most popular scripting language used for enhancing webpages. It is embedded with HTML and used to do tasks like creating login pages asking for username and password, check details from a form, create picture galleries and more.
PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. The first word of the acronym is itself an acronym in case of PHP. This type of acronym is called a recursive acronym.
PHP is a server-side scripting language. It’s get executed on the computer from where you had requested the information. The collected information is then displayed at the browser in your computer.
With a variety of versions available, you can choose which version you want to use. Depending upon the work requirements, you can determine with which version to go for. In case of doubt, our expert PHP trainer will guide you how to move ahead in learning PHP.
Yes, you can run multiple versions of PHP on the same server. There may be several reasons for example, checking application performance at new framework, or testing new functionality, or some more.
PHP is a server-side, while JavaScript is a client-side scripting language. JavaScript executes code at your computer for example, creating popups, while PHP is used for validation purpose and more from server-side.
On completing PHP training, you can work in any of the following programming areas:


  • Server-side scripting: Write codes that must execute at server side. For this, all you need is a PHP parser, a Web server, a Web browser, and deep understanding of the objective for creating the code.

  • Building client-side GUI applications: With good working knowledge of PHP, create client-side GUI applications using PHP-GTK, an extension of PHP. PHP-GTK provides an object-oriented interface for building client-side GUI applications.

  • Command-line scripting: Develop PHP scripts that can run without any server or browser. Such feature is useful for messaging files and managing databases.

  • Interactive Features:  Build interactive features that HTML alone can't do for example shopping carts to recommend similar products you are searching or save past orders or manage private messaging systems.

In this technological era, nothing is constant. However, in the existing programming languages, PHP is considered to the best. You can find PHP for the following applications:


  • PHP visibility over the internet: You can easily find many websites with the extension ‘.php” that makes you clear about its popularity.

  • PHP in Blogging: Blogging is the feature that is used commonly with people having minimum technical knowledge. PHP made it possible by creating simple blogging sites, for example wordpress, that is also designed by PHP.

  • CMS:  CMS in support with PHP made it easy to publish websites effectively. Many in this list are Joomla, Drupal, Magneto, Zend,  Codeigniter etc.

  • PHP and MySQL: Combo of PHP and MySQL database supports web application development.

  • Regular updation: Existence of new frameworks in support of easy PHP coding, extendable pug-ins, and regular updation in PHP in sync with technological advancements increases its future scope.

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