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Applying AJAX to a PHP App to Make It Highly Responsive
By B.M. Harwani
Mar 20, 2014
AJAX is rapidly becoming an integral part of websites. It not only provides better interactivity but also reloads the dynamic content of web pages quicker than traditional web pages. Learn to apply AJAX in PHP applications to enhance interaction between the user and application.
Working with Arrays in PHP and MySQL
By Christian Wenz
Nov 20, 2012
This chapter presents the most important problems you’ll have to solve when working with arrays—and, of course, solutions for these problems.
Working with SOAP Messages in PHP
By Octavia Anghel
Mar 9, 2011
Octavia Anghel shows you how to write a PHP web service using the NuSOAP library, as well as a JavaScript client to consume it using the AJAX technology and the SOAP protocol.
Exploiting phpMyadmin: How to Get root in 15 Easy Steps
By Seth Fogie
Nov 20, 2009
Security expert Seth Fogie provides you with a real-world illustration of a how a simple overlooked account can lead to root access.
PHP and MySQL: Language Features
By Marc Wandschneider
Jun 15, 2009
This video excerpt is lesson 3 from PHP and MySQL.
Sams Teach Yourself JavaScript and Ajax Video Learning: A JavaScript Library for Ajax
By Sams Publishing
Mar 4, 2009
This video excerpt is lesson 23 from Sams Teach Yourself JavaScript and Ajax: Video Learning.
Sams Teach Yourself PHP and MySQL Video Learning: Working with Numbers
By Sams Publishing
Mar 2, 2009
This video excerpt is lesson 5 from Sams Teach Yourself PHP and MySQL: Video Learning Starter Kit.
Securing PHP Web Applications: Cross-Site Scripting
By Tricia Ballad, William Ballad
Jan 22, 2009
In this chapter, the authors cover a special type of injection attack called cross-site scripting, or XSS.
PHP and MySQL Web Development: Ajax Basics
By Luke Welling, Laura Thomson
Dec 8, 2008
Here are the basics of Ajax programming for PHP and MySQL applications.
Accessing Your MySQL Database from the Web with PHP
By Luke Welling, Laura Thomson
Sep 30, 2008
In this chapter, learn how to access a database from the Web using PHP, read from and write to the database, and filter potentially troublesome input data.
Creating an Online Storefront in PHP, MySQL and Apache, Part 4
By Julie C. Meloni
Jul 15, 2008
Learn the design process behind a simple discussion forum.
Creating an Online Storefront in PHP, MySQL and Apache, Part 3
By Julie C. Meloni
Jul 7, 2008
Learn the design process behind a simple discussion forum.
Creating an Online Storefront in PHP, MySQL and Apache, Part 2
By Julie C. Meloni
Jul 2, 2008
In Part 2 of this chapter, you’ll learn the design process behind a simple discussion forum; specifically, displaying the topic list.
The Building Blocks of PHP
By Julie C. Meloni
Jul 2, 2008
This chapter covers some of the nuts and bolts of the PHP scripting language.
Creating an Online Storefront in PHP, MySQL and Apache, Part 1
By Julie C. Meloni
Jun 25, 2008
Learn the design process behind a simple discussion forum.
Five Steps to Getting Started Server-Side with PHP
By Stephen B. Morris
Mar 7, 2008
Stephen Morris shows how anyone with just one machine and the right tools can learn PHP.
Web Publishing with PHP and FileMaker 9: Configuring the Server(s)
By Jonathan Stark
Sep 14, 2007
Learn how to install, deploy, and configure FileMaker Server on one or more machines.
PHP's Building Blocks: Data Types, Literals, Variables, and Constants
By Ellie Quigley, Marko Gargenta
Jan 19, 2007
Marko Gargenta and Ellie Quigley discuss the basic building blocks of all languages: data types. They teach how to work with different types of numbers, strings, and booleans. Variables, HTML forms, and constants are also covered.
Memory Management with PHP
By Sara Golemon
Jul 28, 2006
Memory management is critical to long-running programs like server daemons, so understanding how to allocate and free memory in PHP is crucial to creating these programs. This chapter covers memory management in PHP.
Alternatives to LAMP
By David Chisnall
Jun 2, 2006
The LAMP configuration (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) is familiar to the open source universe. But just because this combination of products is comfortable, that doesn't mean that it provides the best solution for your systems. David Chisnall suggests some alternatives that might make a better match for your needs.

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