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Open a world of new WordPress possibilities by developing your own plugins. Learn to create custom functionality for WordPress using the Plugin API and a little bit of PHP.
Learn how to build APIs using Slim. Go from concept to implementation in days, not months, with this efficient PHP micro framework.
Learn how to build APIs using Silex. Go from concept to implementation in days, not months, with this efficient PHP micro framework.
Extend and expand your PHP coding skills by learning how to apply the more advanced parts of the server-side scripting language. Justin Yost demonstrates how to implement namespaces, extend interfaces, create your first Trait, and dive into object-oriented programming. He shows how to work with abstract classes, iterators, generators, and password hashing, type hints, advanced closures, exceptions, and more.
Learn how to batch process images with the PHP GD functions. Watermark photos and generate different sizes ready for use in responsive web design.
Learn to use the intricate and sometimes underused capabilities of PHP's date and time functions to create, format, calculate, and compare dates and times.
Optimize your URLs for search engines and site visitors. Learn how to use the Apache mod_rewrite module to create clean URLs for PHP sites.
Learn about strict data types and scalar type hints in PHP 7. Find out how to use this new and controversial feature consistently in your own code.
Learn about the new features, improvements, and changes in PHP 7, including type declarations, new operators, and anonymous classes.
Build your PHP skills while solving real-world programming challenges. Learn how to make webpages time-zone sensitive and to build a PHP-driven time zone calculator.
Learn how to use PHP to programmatically send email, including HTML email and personalized bulk email, with Swift Mailer, the free PHP library.
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 PHP, HTML, and CSS to dynamically modify styles in your scalable vector graphics (SVGs).
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 load, extract, and manipulate data from XML documents with the SimpleXML extension for PHP.
Shows how OOP techniques can streamline database queries, help manage sessions, and simplify user logins.
Introduces the six most popular PHP frameworks—Zend, Symfony, CodeIgniter, CakePHP, Yii, and Laravel—and helps you make the right choice for your app development project.
Write better PHP code by following these popular (and time-tested) design patterns.
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.
Learn everything you need to know to build applications with Laravel. These Laravel tutorials cover the finer points of this standout PHP framework: routing and filtering requests, working with layout templates, and integrating databases.
Learn how to reinforce your test-driven development (TDD) process by unit testing code with PHPUnit.
Build PHP applications the modern way with Symfony2, a popular PHP MVC framework.
Learn how to access and manipulate databases using the object-oriented PHP extensions PDO and MySQLi.
Learn how to export data from a database with PHP in a variety of formats, including: rich text, CSV, Excel, Word, OpenOffice spreadsheets and documents, and even XML.
Develop a PHP class that requires only a few lines of code to handle single- and multi-file uploads both flexibly and securely.
A gentle introduction to PHP, with simple exercises that help you develop dynamic web content, user input forms, and database-powered product pages.
Speed up your development with CakePHP, a popular open-source framework for developing PHP-based web applications.
Speed up your development with CodeIgniter, a fast and powerful PHP web application framework.
Use PEAR, PECL, and Composer to incorporate modular, reusable code in your PHP applications.
Demonstrates how to leverage PHP's built-in tools, as well as the Xdebug and Firebug extensions and FirePHP library to improve the quality of your code and reduce troubleshooting overhead.
Shows how to install the latest version of PHP, the popular web application server, and reviews the performance enhancements and language improvements in the 5.4 release.
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