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S-305 - Advanced PHP

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Duration: 2 Days

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Course Information

Course Description

​This workshop is desigined for students already famililar with PHP who desire to learn advanced features. This course is 50 percent lecture and 50 percent lab

Course Objectives

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Course Outline

Connecting to ODBC Databases with PHP

  • Setting up ODBC DSNs (Data Source Names)
  • Understanding DSN-less connection strings
  • Connecting to MS Access and SQL Server

Functions and Variable Scope

  • Defining a function and passing arguments
  • Declaring global variables
  • Passing arguments by reference

Object-Oriented PHP

  • OO Concepts: classes, Methods, and Properties
  • Defining methods and properties
  • Extending classes

Pattern-Matching

  • Matching and replacing based on patterns
  • Special characters
  • Matching one or more occurrences of a pattern; matching zero or more occurrences
  • Memorizing and re-using matched patterns

Extending PHP with PEAR

  • Installing and managing packages
  • Useful PEAR modules

MySQL/PHP Integration

  • Examine ways to connect to MySQL using PHP
  • How to trap and display errors
  • How to perform inserts, updates and deletes from form inputs
  • How to retrieve recordsets based on user provided criteria

MS Access/PHP Integration

  • How to connect with MS Access and execute PHP queries using an ODBC connection

Sessions

  • How to manage and use sessions within dynamic web pages

File Input/Output

  • How to create, read and write XML compatible text files

Practical PHP - Useful PHP Features

  • Subtleties of single or double quotes
  • Conversion of form input tags to PHP variables
  • Escaping special characters

Course Prerequisites

​Before attending this course, students should have:

  • Taken S-300, PHP Fundamentals or possess equivalent experience
  • Ability to hand-code HTML
The course materials, lectures, and lab exercises are in English. To benefit fully from our instruction, students need an understanding of the English language and completion of the prerequisites.
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