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Why Learn PHP and MySQL ?

When you combine a fast and feature-rich development language (PHP) with a powerful open-source database server (MySQL), you get to develop powerful & scalable web applications. Get started on a fulfilling career with KnowledgeHut’s PHP and MySQL Training that helps you to master the essential concepts of PHP and MySQL, along with the MVC framework.

This course is designed to help beginners as well as experienced professionals with a range of topics such as uploading files to servers. 

handling exceptions, working with functions and form data, manipulating system files, and more. Open your career to more rewarding opportunities as you master the fundamental technologies in web development with classroom lessons and practical sessions.

What will you learn?

1. PHP Basics
Get a complete understanding of PHP basics, learn to install setup, arrays, and decision-making statements
2. Object-Oriented Programming
Learn object-oriented functionalities like method overriding, constants, interfaces, inheritance, and more
3. Advanced Queries
Master SQL concepts and advanced queries. Understand how to sort values and handle NULL values
4. CakePHP Controller
Understand application flows and learn to leverage CakePHP for exchanging data and viewing interacts
5. Generate Forms
Learn to create dynamic forms using CakePHP and use model definitions to effectively validate forms
6. Develop a Website
Understand the popular frameworks and utilize CakePHP to build a highly functioning website

Who Should Take Up PHP and MySQL Course

Curriculum

Learning Objectives :

  Introduction to PHP basics and Conditional Logic

   Functions and error handling

   Object-Oriented Programming

   MySQL Installation and Basics

   Advanced Queries and Data Manipulation using PHP

Learning Objectives :

   MVC Infrastructure Basics & Introduction to CakePHP

   CakePHP Controller, Views, and Layout

    Models and Database Interaction in CakePHP

   Creating Dynamic Forms using CakePHP Html Helpers

   Using MVC & CakePHP to develop a website

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PHP

PHP is a general-purpose scripting language that is widely used in web development. While most popular for web programming, you can also use PHP to create standalone applications and backend build scripts and utilities.  PHP is actually an abbreviation of PHP: Hypertext Processor. A web server like Apache or Nginx executes PHP code through a module or CGI interface. When the server receives a request directed to a PHP script, the PHP code is interpreted and executed.

It will then return a response that may be HTML, JSON, or binary image data. Many PHP frameworks like Laravel and Symphony make the process of building web applications with PHP simpler and quicker. PHP is also free and open-source, which means anyone can download a PHP executable for their operating system and start coding.

HTML is the markup language that defines the structure of web pages. Every web page uses HTML. It is not a programming language, but a subset of XML. Web browsers parse HTML to determine how a web page and its elements, like headings, paragraphs, and images, will look when rendered. Static HTML pages can be served directly by a web server and usually have a .htm or .html extension. PHP is a scripting language that runs on a web server. It must be executed to return results.

Usually identifiable with the .php extension, PHP is commonly used in web development to generate HTML on dynamic websites. The difference is that PHP can return more than HTML; it also generates other text-based data like JSON, as well as images and binary data. PHP developers work on server-side or back-end code, while HTML is used to develop the front-end of a website.

This course will give you the required training to build powerful web-based applications that are feature and functionality-rich, using PHP and MySQL with MVC Framework. Any framework makes software development easier and the MVC framework gives more control and better testability to the developer. You will learn to harness the power of the open-source PHP language as well as MySQL by learning about CakePHP, its views and layout, and the various interactions with the database. This is a great course for those who want to make a career in web development.

You need to have a basic knowledge of RDBMS, HTML, and the internet to attend this course.
This course is ideal for:

   HTML Developers

   UI Designers

   Database Developers and Administrators

   And anyone who aspires to be a web developer 

Since the PHP programming language is prevalent in web development, most PHP careers involve building and maintaining web applications and websites. There are many types of web development careers to choose from if you know PHP. Marketing agencies, advertising agencies, and many other businesses use content management systems like WordPress and Drupal for their websites.
These companies need PHP developers to add custom functionality to these popular platforms when the built-in features are not enough. Another career choice for a PHP developer is in e-commerce, customizing PHP e-commerce platforms like Magento or Zen Cart. Other web development companies using PHP frameworks like Laravel or Zend Framework need PHP developers to build custom websites and applications. In some PHP jobs, developers have to write custom PHP code from scratch.  And anyone who aspires to be a web developer

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