Join Kevin Skoglund for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Easy PHP Projects: Single-Serving Sites.
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- I hope that the examples and projects in this course…have given you an appreciation for what can be…accomplished with a simple HTML page…and a little sprinkle of PHP.…Some of the sights we've seen as an example…have been enormously popular.…You don't have to be fancy to attract attention…and sometimes less is more.…These projects are just a small sample…of what you can do.…All our examples were intentionally very simple.…They did not use a data base, but they could have.…They did not call an API or another service…like Google Maps or weather forecasting service,…but they could have.…
The point is to keep a single serving sight focused…on doing only one thing and doing that thing…really well.…I hope that you'll feel inspired and gather…your creative ideas and make a Single-Serving…Site of your own.…Happy coding.…
- Finding and validating an IP address with PHP
- Parsing the HTTP request for browser details
- Comparing dates and times in PHP
- Randomizing data with PHP
- Styling page content dynamically
- Generating random sentences
Skill Level Beginner
Building a Responsive Single-Page Design with Sasswith Ray Villalobos4h 55m Intermediate
Exporting Data to Files with PHPwith David Powers3h 42m Intermediate
1. What is My IP Address?
2. Browser Mirror
3. Is it New Years Yet?
4. Random Data and Styling
5. Random Phrase Generator
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