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Learn to create databases, design tables, import and export data, and run queries with phpMyAdmin.
Improve your PHP skills with these easy projects. Learn how to build a calculator in PHP to convert measurements (length, area, speed, temperature, etc.) between different units.
These quick and easy PHP projects help you build password generators and password strength meters for more secure sites and applications.
These quick and easy PHP projects show you how to build effective websites with a single page. Learn to add features like IP and browser detection, date comparisons, and content and style randomization.
Start programming in PHP. Learn what PHP is and how it integrates with HTML, and the major features of the PHP language.
Learn how to use CakePHP to add images to your web applications.
Learn to make your job easier and your code more accurate by choosing from a selection of general-purpose and PHP-specific code editors and IDEs.
Learn the basics of PHP (including variables, logical expressions, loops, and functions), and discover how to connect to a MySQL database and develop a complete web application.
Learn how to install and configure Apache, MySQL, and PHP, known collectively as the AMP stack, on a local development computer. These tutorials work with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux systems.
Need a powerful development environment? Learn how to quickly install and configure a virtual Linux web server on your Mac or Windows computer.
A gentle introduction to PHP, with simple exercises that help you develop dynamic web content, user input forms, and database-powered product pages.
Provides a lesson plan for PHP developers that want to pass on their skills to children/students who want to start programming with PHP.
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