PHP and MySQL Web Development

Series
Addison-Wesley
Author
Luke Welling / Laura Thomson  
Publisher
Addison-Wesley
Cover
Softcover
Edition
5
Language
English
Total pages
1008
Pub.-date
September 2016
ISBN13
9780321833891
ISBN
0321833899
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Description

Long acknowledged as the clearest and most practical guide to PHP/MySQL web development, the brand-new Fifth Edition of PHP and MySQL Web Development fully reflects the latest versions of PHP and MySQL to help your students master today's best practices for succeeding with PHP 7 and MySQL 5.7 web database development. New coverage of security, cloud and mobile development, and using the PEAR repository's massive resources have been added to this edition. The authors teach all these things while maintaining the clarity and character that thousands of readers have found so appealing in the book's first four editions.

Features

  • The definitive, best-selling book on combining these two open source tools to create dynamic Web sited -- updated for PHP 7 and MySQL 5.7
  • Clear, practical, down to earth, and now extensively updated for today's best practices
  • Includes a brand-new chapter on PHP cloud development, plus all-new mobile web app projects
  • Now focuses on security issues throughout, and contains an all-new chapter on Web security
  • Adds new coverage of using the indispensable PEAR repository of PHP extensions and applications

 

New to this Edition

  • Adds a new chapter on PHP cloud development and new projects on creating mobile web applications
  • Includes a new focus on security issues throughout the book, in addition to a new chapter on Web security
  • New coverage of how to use the increasingly important PEAR repository of PHP extensions and applications
  • Updated for PHP 7 and MySQL 5.7

Table of Contents

PHP and MySQL Web Development, 5th Edition


Part I: Using PHP

1  PHP Crash Course

2  Storing and Retrieving Data

3  Using Arrays

4  String Manipulation and Regular Expressions

5  Reusing Code and Writing Functions

6  Object-Oriented PHP

7  Error and Exception Handling


Part II: Using MySQL

8  Designing Your Web Database

9  Creating Your Web Database

10 Working with Your MySQL Database

11 Accessing Your MySQL Database from the Web with PHP

12 Advanced MySQL Administration

13 Advanced MySQL Programming


Part III: Web Application Security

14 Web Application Security Risks

15 Building a Secure Web Application

16 Implementing Authentication Methods with PHP


Part IV: Advanced PHP Techniques

17 Interacting with the File System and the Server

18 Using Network and Protocol Functions

19 Managing the Date and Time

20 Internationalization and Localization

21 Generating Images

22 Using Session Control in PHP

23 Integrating JavaScript and PHP

24 Other Useful Features


Part V: Building Practical PHP and MySQL Projects

25 Using PHP and MySQL for Large Projects

26 Debugging and Logging

27 Building User Authentication and Personalization

28 (Web Edition) Building a Web-Based Email Client with Laravel Part I

29 (Web Edition) Building a Web-Based Email Client with Laravel Part II

30 (Web Edition) Social Media Integration Sharing and Authentication

31 (Web Edition) Building a Shopping Cart


Part VI: Appendix

A Installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL

Author

Laura Thomson is director of engineering at Mozilla Corporation. She was formerly a principal at both OmniTI and Tangled Web Design, and she has worked for RMIT University and the Boston Consulting Group. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Computer Science) degree and a Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems Engineering) degree with honors.

Luke Welling is a software engineer and regularly speaks on open source and web development topics at conferences such as OSCON, ZendCon, MySQLUC, PHPCon, OSDC, and LinuxTag. He has worked for OmniTI, for the web analytics company Hitwise.com, at the database vendor MySQL AB, and as an independent consultant at Tangled Web Design. He has taught computer science at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Computer Science) degree.