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PHP & MySQL Everyday Apps For Dummies [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Janet Valade

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8. Juli 2005 For Dummies
* Provides Web developers using the popular combination of PHP (a scripting language) and MySQL (a database system) with practical applications that they can adapt and put to work right away
* A 2002 survey found that PHP was running on over 9 million Web sites, and there have been over 1.8 million PHP downloads since May 2002; MySQL reports 2 million users
* Applications include a user login, an online catalog, a shopping cart, a content management system, a Web forum, and a mailing list management system
* The author walks readers through the creation of each application, offering two different versions-procedural (the traditional PHP coding method) and object-oriented (new in PHP 5)
* The CD-ROM includes complete code for all six applications

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"PHP and MySQL Everyday Apps For Dummies" is a one-stop reference providing all you need to build dynamic, real-world, ready-to-use apps with the popular PHP (a scripting language) and MySQL (a database system) software. The book is a hands-on, go-to-guide that walks you through installing the applications files from the CD-ROM and setting up your programming environment. It contains all the code needed to create seven applications: user authentication with HTTP; user login; on-line catalog; shopping cart; content management system; web forum; and, building and managing a mailing list (on the CD-ROM). This title automates the programming process and walks you through building the application from start to finish.It explains how to write secure code. It features complete code-not just snippets, but neatly assembled packages with 'instant' real-world functionality. It shows how to build the applications in two forms - procedural and object-oriented programming - providing programmers who want to switch to the object-oriented method of coding (which is new in PHP 5!) with the essential know-how.

It includes a companion CD-ROM that contains every line of code in the applications from the book plus a bonus chapter that shows how to build a mailing list. Information on each application includes a discussion of issues, structure of the database, code listings, and an explanation of the code. You can use these applications as is, modify them for use on your Web site, or build your own application using techniques described. If you want real-world Web apps you can use right away, this is the book for you. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

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Includes unique object-oriented coverage!
 
Complete instructions for building real-world Web applications, with all code on CD
 
Create six practical applications - two user login-in apps, online catalog, shopping cart, content management system, and Web forum - both in procedural and object-oriented programming. Incorporate the apps into your Web site right away by following the easy directions. The apps are not just snippets, but neatly assembled packages with real-world functionality!
 
Discover how to
* Design and build two types of user login apps
* Restrict Web site access
* Build an online shopping cart and catalog
* Allow users to publish documents online
* Manage mailing lists
* Let users post messages on an online bulletin board

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18 von 19 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Several Common Apps Working and Described 19. August 2005
Von John Matlock - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There are a handfull of applications that every web designer sooner or later has to implement. Of course a skilled web programmer can do any of these applications. All it takes is time, thinking about the problem, writing, debugging, checking out, and making the customer (who may be the programmer him/her self) happy.

Today there are several scritping languages that can be used to tie the web site together with a database for storing the data. One set of software that you can use is PHP and MySQL. Both of these are highly advanced products (often combined with Linux and the Apache web server for a high performance web server with no software cost). You might use these to write the applications you need.

But when we are talking about common applications, these have been done over and over. In this book, six applications are included, working and ready for you to install. Once you get them operational, you can easily modify them to suit your particular needs. The code for the application is given, both printed in the book and included on the CD that comes with the book. The code is then carefully explained both conceptually as to what the app does, and line by line so you know what's going on and modify it as needed.

The application included are:

two login apps

shopping cart

content management system (allows users to publish documents on your system)

Online bulletin board.

The book is intended to be self standing, but if you know nothing about PHP or MySQL you might look for the same authors book PHP & MySQL for Dummies.
11 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
1.0 von 5 Sternen Applications don't work. Other reviews must've been premature. 27. November 2007
Von Sam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The applications on the CD are not "working and ready for you to install." Not at all.

In fact, if you do exactly what the book says, your apps WILL NOT work. Why? Because the code is wrong. Not only are there errors in the database instructions, but the PHP and inc files have numerous errors.

Even after downloading the "corrected files" and following the new instructions for the database found on the author's website, some functionality is simply broken. The CMS kinda-sorta works, but not really because there is no file upload form as you see displayed in the book. Just not there. Obviously the result of some error in the file include, but you'd have to be a php expert to figure it out. Without being able to add or delete records from a database, well, a CMS is pretty useless, isn't it? Yes it is.

The most important applications on the CD (shopping cart and content management system) are rife with errors. This cripples them to such a degree that they are worthless as is. And corrected. And especially if you are a "dummy."
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4.0 von 5 Sternen This is a practical book, not for beginers 15. September 2007
Von Angel Lora - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a very good book to get practical skills in PHP development with MySQL appliances.But before buying it, it is important to understand that this book is not for beginers, this book assumes that the reader have a least basic knowledge of both tools.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Pretty helpful product 8. November 2009
Von S. Penatzer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Not a bad book. Another "Dummies" title making something as complex as database programming accessible to the common man. The one thing that kept this product from a 5-star rating was that it begins assuming some prior knowledge of PHP and MySQL, and/ or programming in general. Fine for me, but still left with a kind of quick survey of installation, confiquration and basics and right into the nuts and bolts of what you want the end result to be. Combine with a regular programming book for maximum results.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Recommended for Advanced - Beginners 16. Oktober 2005
Von W. Neumiller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is challenging and informative. Some basic knowledge of PHP MySQL is required before beginning this book.
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