PHP MySQL Short Term Course

Our PHP MySQL Short Term Course is a short-term certificate PHP development course which provides the comprehensive and extensive knowledge in PHP and MySQL and after completion of this course, you will be able to create E-commerce websites, database designing and optimization, and CMS development. This course nurtures your knowledge and skills and provides you a successful career path in life in procedural PHP.

  • Prerequisites to Join PHP MySQL Short Term Course:
    Although fundamental knowledge of HTML and CSS is enough to join this PHP course but if someone is good in JavaScript, jQuery, Ajax implementations in a web page then it will help them to create rich featured PHP application
Duration Training Mode Last Date for Registration
1½ Months Online and Classroom 17th September, 2018
  • Module I – Core PHP:
    The module will take you through all you need to know to starting from basic to cutting edge topics of PHP and using it in creating an incredible web site. Core PHP is the base of PHP frameworks and any website development. Every software developer should have the basic knowledge of Core PHP so that they can be successful developers in any of its frameworks.
  • Why PHP and MySQL?
  • Server-Side Scripting in PHP Overview
  • Get Started with PHP
  • Learning PHP Syntax and Variables
  • Datatypes and References
  • Learning PHP Control Structures and Functions
  • Passing Information with PHP
  • Learning PHP String Handling
  • Learning Arrays in PHP
  • Learning PHP Number Handling
  • PHP Troubleshooting
  • Module II – Advanced PHP:
    This module will help to extend your knowledge about Core PHP and move to advanced PHP concepts. You will be introduced to some of the major techniques required to make your code even more responsive and proficient. You would be mastering yourselves in several important topics like Ajax, JavaScript, OOPS, session, and XML.
  • Advanced Array Functions in PHP
  • Working with the File System in PHP
  • Working with State Management in PHP
  • Learning PHP Advanced Functions
  • Securing PHP
  • Handling Exceptions with PHP
  • Debugging PHP Programs
  • Learning PHP Style
  • Using Log Files to Improve Your Site
  • Connecting PHP with MySQL
  • Sending E-Mail with PHP
  • Integrating PHP and JavaScript
  • Integrating PHP and Ajax
  • Module III – MySQL Database:
    This module will cover everything from a general introduction to databases to writing complex MySQL queries. You will gain exposure to creating, interfacing and developing databases. At the end, students will be able to install, create and maintain MySQL database.
  • MySQL Basics
    • Introducing Database and MySQL
    • Learning Structured Query Language(SQL)
    • Learning Database Administration and Design in MySQL
    • Integrating PHP and MySQL
    • Performing Database Queries
    • Integrating Web Forms and Databases
    • Improving Database Efficiency
    • MySQL Troubleshooting

    Operators in MySQL

    • MySQL Arithmetic Operators
    • Numeric Comparison Operators of MySQL
    • String Comparison Operators of MySQL
    • Logical Operators in MySQL
    • MySQL Regular Expressions
    • MySQL Operators Syntax Recap

    Querying Your Data

    • Sorting, Grouping, and Arranging Retrieved Data
    • Limiting Numbers of Results
    • Joining Tables (Inner Join, Left Join, Right Join, Join etc.)
    • More On Joining Tables
    • Data Aggregation- sum(), avg(), max(), min(), count(), first(), last(), ucase(), lcase(), mid(), len(), round(), format() etc.

    MySQL Best Practices

    • Using SQL batch files- Integrating database from a text editor to the MySQL Monitor
    • Backing up Database from MySQL- MySQL dump Constraint
    • Data Modeling – Planning, Analysis for Creating a Successful Database
    • Normalization – The best way to Code for a professional Database Structure
    • Optimizations – Increasing Speed, reducing Database size, Enhancing Security and Database
    • Integrity

    Security

    • Users and Privileges- Creating, Showing, Manipulating, Granting Permissions for Users The ‘MySQL’ Database
    • Encryption- Using encode(), decode(), password(), sha1(), and md5() function for secure encryption
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