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PHP Training

PHP is one of the most popular, free, efficient and powerful server-side scripting language for creating interactive and dynamic websites.

PHP Training


PHP is a widely used programming language used for scripting dynamic web pages and database driven e-commerce websites. It is a rich and task-specific language and suits to programmers up to great extent. It is an open source and cross platform language that is available free under PHP license and can be run on most of the operating system. So it is a very popular and useful language, and easy to learn.

Roseindia Technologies Pvt. Ltd. offers you a 4-day training course for the beginners to learn and to be able to develop the dynamic web pages using our training tips. We assure our clients to provide maximum coverage of the basic course, which will enable you to develop the program independently. Our 4-day course covers the fundamentals of programming in PHP and Web-related issues essential for beginners to develop a web page. We also cover PHP's interfacing to relational databases, with a particular study of MySQL ADS_TO_REPLACE_1

Here is the video tutorial of "PHP Training Course - Online and classroom PHP training":

Through our training course, we will learn PHP Basics, Flow Control, Arrays in the first day, while in the second day we would train you in making HTML forms, PHP forms, String manipulation, and Code Reuse. These topics will make you adequate trained person for scripting the code for the simple programmes. ADS_TO_REPLACE_2

In the third day, you will get training in Managing Data Using mysqli, PEAR:DB, Regular Expressions in PHP, while on the fourth and last day, we will train in Session Management in PHP (Introduction to Session Management, Session Control, Configuring Sessions, Session Functions, introduction to Cookies, and its example, and authication the user with session control), Emailing in PHP and File System Management in PHP covering from Opening a File in PHP to File Locking using flock() function in PHP.

We provide training for the individuals one to one and for the groups both depending upon the demands of the learners. Our efficient trainers have a strong command on PHP, HTML, MySQL, C, Java and Perl and vast industrial experience of coding and developing sites. Under the expert guidance of our trainers, you will be able to develop vast and complex website too. The fee of the training is quite competitive and the quality of the training is the best in the industries.

Prerequisites ADS_TO_REPLACE_3

•  Basic working knowledge of HTML is essential

•  Some conceptual knowledge of how web servers and web browsers (clients) interact using HTTP

•  The knowledge of at least one scripting/programming language like C, Java or Perl is desirable as it will help you to assess the fundamental of scripting. ADS_TO_REPLACE_4

•  Candidate should have knowledge of HTML fundamentals and basic programming skills.

Here is the index of the syllabus to be covered.


  1. PHP Basics
    1. What is PHP and how it works
    2. Introduction to php .ini file
    3. Downloading and installing wamp on windows for the development of application
    4. Writing Hello World example and testing on the wamp server
    5. Basic Syntax of PHP
      1. PHP Tags
      2. PHP Statements and Whitespace
      4. PHP Functions
      5. Simple date example
    6. Introduction to PHP Variables
      1. Different types of PHP variables
      2. Declaring PHP variables
      3. Examples to show the use of Boolean, integer, float, string, array and objects
      4. Variable Scope and how to use it correctly
      5. Introduction to Superglobals
      6. Constants and its use
    7. PHP Script Example
    8. Introduction to PHP Operators
    9. Single Quotes vs. Double Quotes
  2. Flow Control in PHP
    1. Conditional Processing of the code
      1. If Conditions and its example
    2. Working with Conditions
    3. PHP Loops and its examples
      1. while
      2. do...while
      3. for
      4. break and continue
    4. How to use Loops efficiently
  3. Introduction to PHP Arrays
    1. Enumerated Arrays
      1. Initializing Arrays and its example
      2. Appending to an Array and its example
      3. How to read data from Arrays
      4. Looping through Arrays and then printing the output on browser
    2. How to use Enumerated Arrays in PHP
    3. Introduction to Associative Arrays
      1. How to initialize Associative Arrays
      2. How to read from Associative Arrays
      3. Example showing the process of looping through Associative Arrays
      4. Introducing Superglobal Arrays
    4. Working with Associative Arrays
    5. Different functions available for Array Manipulation

Day ? 2

  1. Introduction to the HTML Forms and using form in PHP
    1. The HTML Forms
      1. How HTML Forms Work
      2. A Sample HTML Form
      3. Form Variables
    2. Processing Form Input in PHP file
    3. Running and testing Form based application on WAMP server
  2. String Manipulation in PHP
    1. Formatting Strings in PHP
      1. Concatenation String
      2. Different String Manipulation Functions
      3. Examples of String Functions
    2. Introduction to Magic Quotes in PHP
      1. magic_quotes_gpc
      2. magic_quotes_runtime
      3. Recommendation on Magic Quotes
  3. Code Reuse in PHP
    1. Including Files
      1. Use of require
      2. Use of require_once
      3. Use auto_prepend_file and auto_append_file
    2. Adding a Header and Footer in main content
    3. User define Functions in PHP
      1. Defining and Calling Functions
      2. Default Values
      3. Variable Scope
      4. By Reference vs. By Value


  1. Managing Data Using mysqli
    1. Introduction to mysqli
    2. Querying a Database using mysqli
      1. mysqli Methods and Properties
      2. Inserting and Updating Records
      3. mysqli Prepared Statements
    3. Saving data into database using mysqli
  2. PEAR:DB
    1. Introduction to PEAR:DB
    2. Advantages and Disadvantages of PEAR DB
      1. Why use a database abstraction layer?
      2. When not to use a database abstraction layer?
    3. Using PEAR DB
    4. Creating a Customer Report in PEAR:DB
  3. Regular Expressions in PHP
    1. Introduction to Regular expressions
    2. Perl-compatible Regular Expression Functions
      1. preg_match()
      2. preg_replace()
      3. Regular Expression Tester
    3. Regular Expression Syntax and its example
      1. Start and End ( ^ $ )
      2. Number of Occurrences ( ? + * {} )
      3. Common Characters ( . \d \D \w \W \s \S )
      4. Grouping ( [] )
      5. Negation ( ^ )
      6. Subpatterns ( () )
      7. Alternatives ( | )
      8. Escape Character ( \ )
    4. Validating the Form variables with Regular Expressions

Day - 4

  1. Session Management in PHP
    1. Introduction to Session Management
    2. Introduction to Session Control and Cookies
    3. Sessions
      1. Configuring Sessions
      2. Session Functions
    4. Cookies and its example
    5. Authentication the user with Session Control
  2. Introduction to Emailing in PHP
    1. mail() function
    2. Sending email from PHP program
  3. File System Management in PHP
    1. Opening a File in PHP
      1. Introduction to fopen() function
      2. Example of fopen() function
    2. Reading from a File in PHP
      1. Introduction to fgets() function
      2. Example of fgets() function
    3. Writing to a File in PHP
      1. Introduction to fwrite() function
      2. Example of fwrite() function in PHP
    4. Writing to a File in PHP
    5. File Locking using flock() function in PHP
      1. Introduction to flock()
      2. The flock() function example

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