Instructor Led Training

PHP and MySQL Web Development

Instructor-led training (ILT) is a traditional form of education that involves a skilled instructor leading a classroom or virtual session to deliver training to learners.

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Estimated time

4 Months

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May 06, 2024

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No degree or skills required.

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Zoom meeting with student twice a week.

As an educator, I have implemented a structured learning approach by conducting Zoom meetings with my students twice a week. This interactive platform has become an invaluable tool for fostering meaningful connections and facilitating engaging discussions in a virtual classroom setting.

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AI Tutor support.

Mentoring support plays a crucial role in guiding individuals towards personal and professional growth. By offering mentorship, I provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to explore their goals, challenges, and aspirations.

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Assignments and Grade.

Assignments and grading are essential components of the educational process, allowing students to demonstrate their understanding of concepts and skills while providing teachers with a means to assess their progress. Assignments are designed to reinforce learning, encourage critical thinking, and promote independent problem-solving.

Hands-On Labs

60+ LiveLab | 60+ Video tutorials | 01:20+ Hours

Here's what you will learn

Lessons 1: Introduction

  • Why You Should Read This Book
  • What You Will Learn from This Book
  • What Is PHP?
  • What Is MySQL?
  • Why Use PHP and MySQL?
  • Some of PHP's Strengths
  • Some of MySQL's Strengths
  • What Is New in MySQL (8.x)?
  • How Is This Book Organized?
  • Finally

Lessons 2: PHP Crash Course

  • Before You Begin: Accessing PHP
  • Creating a Sample Application: Bob's Auto Parts
  • Embedding PHP in HTML
  • Adding Dynamic Content
  • Accessing Form Variables
  • Understanding Identifiers
  • Examining Variable Types
  • Declaring and Using Constants
  • Understanding Variable Scope
  • Using Operators
  • Working Out the Form Totals
  • Understanding Precedence and Associativity
  • Using Variable Handling Functions
  • Making Decisions with Conditionals
  • Repeating Actions Through Iteration
  • Breaking Out of a Control Structure or Script
  • Employing Alternative Control Structure Syntax
  • Using declare
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 3: Storing and Retrieving Data

  • Saving Data for Later
  • Storing and Retrieving Bob's Orders
  • Processing Files
  • Opening a File
  • Writing to a File
  • Closing a File
  • Reading from a File
  • Using Other File Functions
  • Locking Files
  • A Better Way: Databases
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 4: Using Arrays

  • What Is an Array?
  • Numerically Indexed Arrays
  • Arrays with Different Indices
  • Array Operators
  • Multidimensional Arrays
  • Sorting Arrays
  • Sorting Multidimensional Arrays
  • Reordering Arrays
  • Loading Arrays from Files
  • Performing Other Array Manipulations
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 5: String Manipulation and Regular Expressions

  • Creating a Sample Application: Smart Form Mail
  • Formatting Strings
  • Joining and Splitting Strings with String Functions
  • Comparing Strings
  • Matching and Replacing Substrings with String Functions
  • Introducing Regular Expressions
  • Finding Substrings with Regular Expressions
  • Replacing Substrings with Regular Expressions
  • Splitting Strings with Regular Expressions
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 6: Reusing Code and Writing Functions

  • The Advantages of Reusing Code
  • Using require() and include()
  • Using Functions in PHP
  • Defining Your Own Functions
  • Examining Basic Function Structure
  • Using Parameters
  • Understanding Scope
  • Passing by Reference Versus Passing by Value
  • Using the return Keyword
  • Implementing Recursion
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 7: Object-Oriented PHP

  • Understanding Object-Oriented Concepts
  • Creating Classes, Attributes, and Operations in PHP
  • Instantiating Classes
  • Using Class Attributes
  • Calling Class Operations
  • Controlling Access with private and public
  • Writing Accessor Functions
  • Implementing Inheritance in PHP
  • Using Traits
  • Designing Classes
  • Writing the Code for Your Class
  • Understanding Advanced Object-Oriented Functionality in PHP
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 8: Error and Exception Handling

  • Exception Handling Concepts
  • The Exception Class
  • User-Defined Exceptions
  • Exceptions in Bob's Auto Parts
  • Exceptions and PHP's Other Error Handling Mechanisms
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 9: Designing Your Web Database

  • Relational Database Concepts
  • Designing Your Web Database
  • Web Database Architecture
  • Further Reading
  • Next

Lessons 10: Creating Your Web Database

  • Using the MySQL Monitor
  • Logging In to MySQL
  • Creating Databases and Users
  • Setting Up Users and Privileges
  • Introducing MySQL's Privilege System
  • Setting Up a User for the Web
  • Using the Right Database
  • Creating Database Tables
  • Understanding MySQL Identifiers
  • Choosing Column Data Types
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 11: Working with Your MySQL Database

  • What Is SQL?
  • Inserting Data into the Database
  • Retrieving Data from the Database
  • Updating Records in the Database
  • Altering Tables After Creation
  • Deleting Records from the Database
  • Dropping Tables
  • Dropping a Whole Database
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 12: Accessing Your MySQL Database from the Web with PHP

  • How Web Database Architectures Work
  • Querying a Database from the Web
  • Putting New Information in the Database
  • Using Other PHP-Database Interfaces
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 13: Advanced MySQL Administration

  • Understanding the Privilege System in Detail
  • Making Your MySQL Database Secure
  • Getting More Information About Databases
  • Optimizing Your Database
  • Backing Up Your MySQL Database
  • Restoring Your MySQL Database
  • Implementing Replication
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 14: Advanced MySQL Programming

  • The LOAD DATA INFILE Statement
  • Storage Engines
  • Transactions
  • Foreign Keys
  • Stored Procedures
  • Triggers
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 15: Web Application Security Risks

  • Identifying the Threats We Face
  • Understanding Who We're Dealing With
  • Next

Lessons 16: Building a Secure Web Application

  • Strategies for Dealing with Security
  • Securing Your Code
  • Securing Your Web Server and PHP
  • Database Server Security
  • Protecting the Network
  • Computer and Operating System Security
  • Disaster Planning
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 17: Implementing Authentication Methods with PHP

  • Identifying Visitors
  • Implementing Access Control
  • Using Basic Authentication
  • Using Basic Authentication in PHP
  • Using Basic Authentication with Apache's .htaccess Files
  • Creating Your Own Custom Authentication
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 18: Interacting with the File System and the Server

  • Uploading Files
  • Using Directory Functions
  • Interacting with the File System
  • Using Program Execution Functions
  • Interacting with the Environment: getenv() and putenv()
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 19: Using Network and Protocol Functions

  • Examining Available Protocols
  • Sending and Reading Email
  • Using Data from Other Websites
  • Using Network Lookup Functions
  • Backing Up or Mirroring a File
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 20: Managing the Date and Time

  • Getting the Date and Time from PHP
  • Converting Between PHP and MySQL Date Formats
  • Calculating Dates in PHP
  • Calculating Dates in MySQL
  • Using Microseconds
  • Using the Calendar Functions
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 21: Internationalization and Localization

  • Localization Is More than Translation
  • Understanding Character Sets
  • Creating a Basic Localizable Page Structure
  • Using gettext() in an Internationalized Application
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 22: Generating Images

  • Setting Up Image Support in PHP
  • Understanding Image Formats
  • Creating Images
  • Using Automatically Generated Images in Other Pages
  • Using Text and Fonts to Create Images
  • Drawing Figures and Graphing Data
  • Using Other Image Functions
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 23: Using Session Control in PHP

  • What Is Session Control?
  • Understanding Basic Session Functionality
  • Implementing Simple Sessions
  • Creating a Simple Session Example
  • Configuring Session Control
  • Implementing Authentication with Session Control
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 24: Integrating JavaScript and PHP

  • Understanding AJAX
  • A Brief Introduction to jQuery
  • Using jQuery in Web Applications
  • Using jQuery and AJAX with PHP
  • Further Reading
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 25: Other Useful Features

  • Evaluating Strings: eval()
  • Terminating Execution: die() and exit()
  • Serializing Variables and Objects
  • Getting Information About the PHP Environment
  • Temporarily Altering the Runtime Environment
  • Highlighting Source Code
  • Using PHP on the Command Line
  • Next
  • Programming Exercises

Lessons 26: Using PHP and MySQL for Large Projects

  • Applying Software Engineering to Web Development
  • Planning and Running a Web Application Project
  • Reusing Code
  • Writing Maintainable Code
  • Implementing Version Control
  • Choosing a Development Environment
  • Documenting Your Projects
  • Prototyping
  • Separating Logic and Content
  • Optimizing Code
  • Testing
  • Further Reading
  • Next

Lessons 27: Debugging and Logging

  • Programming Errors
  • Variable Debugging Aid
  • Error Reporting Levels
  • Altering the Error Reporting Settings
  • Triggering Your Own Errors
  • Logging Errors Gracefully
  • Logging Errors to a Log File
  • Next

Lessons 28: Building User Authentication and Personalization

  • Solution Components
  • Solution Overview
  • Implementing the Database
  • Implementing the Basic Site
  • Implementing User Authentication
  • Implementing Bookmark Storage and Retrieval
  • Implementing Recommendations
  • Considering Possible Extensions

Lessons 29: Building a Web-Based Email Service with Laravel Part I

  • Introducing Laravel

Lessons 30: Building a Web-Based Email Service with Laravel Part II

  • Building a Simple IMAP Client using Laravel
  • Pulling it All Together to Build a Web-based Email Client
  • Conclusion

Lessons 31: Social Media Integration Sharing and Authentication

  • Web Service Authentication with OAuth
  • Conclusion

Lessons 32: Building a Shopping Cart

  • Solution Components
  • Solution Overview
  • Implementing the Database
  • Implementing the Online Catalog
  • Implementing the Shopping Cart
  • Implementing Payment
  • Implementing an Administration Interface
  • Extending the Project

Lessons 33: Installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL

  • Installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL Under UNIX
  • Installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL for Windows and Mac OS X Using All-in-One Installation Packages
  • Installing PEAR
  • Installing PHP with Other Web Servers

frequently asked questions

Instructor Led Training refers to a traditional form of education where a knowledgeable instructor leads a classroom or virtual session to deliver training to learners. It involves direct interaction between the instructor and participants, allowing for real-time feedback and guidance.

ILT offers numerous benefits, including personalized attention, immediate clarification of doubts, interactive discussions, and hands-on learning experiences. It promotes engagement, fosters collaboration among learners, and enables participants to receive expert guidance from the instructor.

Unlike e-learning or self-paced courses, ILT provides a structured and interactive learning environment. It allows participants to engage with the instructor and fellow learners, receive real-time feedback, and benefit from the instructor's expertise. ILT offers the opportunity for immediate clarification and fosters dynamic interactions.

Yes, ILT can be conducted virtually using web conferencing tools or virtual classroom platforms. This allows participants from different locations to join the training session and interact with the instructor and peers through video conferencing, chat features, and shared documents.

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