SUMMARY ☆ Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP MySL

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Ver 30% of the server side scripting market phpweblogscomThe previous edition sold over 17000 copies exclusively through Sitepointcom alone With the release of PHP 5 SitePoint have updated this bestseller to reflect best practice web development using PHP 5 and MySL 4The 3rd Edition includes code examples and also a new bonus chapter on structured PHP Pr. Although this book is out of date it gives the beginner a well rounded view of the process of creating a dynamic web site

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Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP MySLOgramming which introduces techniues for organizing real world PHP applications to avoid code duplication and ensure code is manageable and maintainable The chapter introduces features like include files user defined function libraries and constants which are combined to produce a fully functional access control system suitable for use on any PHP Website. holy moses

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SUMMARY ☆ Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP MySL ↠ Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP MySL is a practical guide for first time users of PHP MySL that teaches readers by creating a fully working Content Management System Shopping Cart and other real world applications There has been a maBuild Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP MySL is a practical guide for first time users of PHP MySL that teaches readers by creating a fully working Content Management System Shopping Cart and other real world applications There has been a marked increase in the adoption of PHP most notably in the beginning to intermediate levels PHP now boasts o. Kevin Yank Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site with PHP and MySL Sitepoint 2009I have just finished my first read through Kevin Yank's Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site with PHP and MySL I can tell you that it will not be my last read through it by any means While there are a few places it glosses over and a few rather shocking omissions in the name of simplicity it was and I can rarely say this with a computer book exactly what I was looking for Using simple easy to understand tutorials Yank takes you through the development of a very simple website that has a database as its back end This should not surprise you given the title of the book Impressively it neither manages to talk down to its reader assuming a complete newb nor spirals off into overly technical jargon assuming a MySL certified reader Granted if you've been a database developer for ten years that would be me some of this will be redundant but it's a good refresher course for basic database concepts and a perfect way to immerse yourself in MySL if you're coming from a different DBMS That said my main problem with the book was Yank's breezy passing by the idea of using the InnoDB engine and letting your code handle foreign key constraints That's workable though very very iffy for the four table database Yank builds here but any real life read complex solution will uickly get unmanageable; any minor change to the table structure depending on how many tables it relates to could reuire hours of hunting and changing code As any programmer learns within the first ten minutes of starting his first programming course that is a recipe for bugs My other problem with it though this is far minor is that I think content management systems like this usually store site settings in the database as well and Yank doesn't address this at all beyond logins and passwords choosing to refer the user to learning CSS I thought CSS was dead or close to it I'd have expected that in a book written in 2004 but in 2009 But my inexperience with web apps—I've always been a back end developer—may be at fault than Yank's writing so I'll defer judgment on that to those who actually know what they're doing with this stuff who will hopefully get round to reviewing the book eventually In any case the stuff that's actually here the parts on data access and getting your data from database to website are clear as well as being very easy to understand and implement and that's a rare thing in computer books Highly recommended though you'll need other books to cover the places where this is lacking