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Beginning PHP - Learn PHP programming language from scratch.

Learn PHP from beginning and quickly master the PHP programming language. Learn how to install server to test PHP code.

The Beginning PHP tutorial is written for the novice developers, who planning to learn PHP quickly and easily. In this PHP Beginner's tutorial you will learn how to install server to test the PHP applications. Then we will write the different php program with examples to learn the PHP programming language in details.

Objective of Beginning PHP Tutorial:

  •     Quickly install the web server
  •     Develop the sample code and learn the process of testing the PHP code on the server
  •     Learn PHP syntax, write code to form processing
  •     Develop the code to connect to MySQL database
  •     Using Ajax with PHP
  •     Develop few ajax program
  •     Learn the basics of jquery and use it with PHP

After completing this PHP beginning tutorial you will be able to start developing the dynamic web applications for your client. Once you are done reading the PHP beginning tutorial you will find yourself in good position. You will be able to use the knowledge to develop the e-commerce applications.

Let's start PHP beginners tutorial:

PHP Introduction
This article introduces you with the PHP programming language. The PHP is server-side, platform independent, scripting language to develop dynamic web applications.
PHP Installation, Installing PHP on windows
In this section you will how to install PHP quickly using the WAMP installer and the test the simple date application.
PHP Installing PHP LAMP - Linux Apache MySQL and PHP Tutorial
Learn the advantages of the LAMP system. Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. This tutorial will provide you step by step guide to install Apache, MySQL and PHP using yum command.



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