Learning PHP MySQL And JavaScript: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Websites, 6th Edition Free Pdf Download


Learning PHP MySQL and JavaScript: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Websites

Build interactive, data-driven websites with the potent combination of open source technologies and web standards, even if you have only basic HTML knowledge. With the latest edition of this popular hands-on guide, you’ll tackle dynamic web programming using the most recent versions of today’s core technologies: PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS, HTML5, jQuery, and the powerful React library.

Web designers will learn how to use these technologies together while picking up valuable web programming practices along the way–including how to optimize websites for mobile devices. You’ll put everything together to build a fully functional social networking site suitable for both desktop and mobile browsers.

Explore MySQL from database structure to complex queries
Use the MySQL PDO extension, PHP’s improved MySQL interface
Create dynamic PHP web pages that tailor themselves to the user
Manage cookies and sessions and maintain a high level of security
Enhance JavaScript with the React library
Use Ajax calls for background browser-server communication
Style your web pages by acquiring CSS skills
Implement HTML5 features, including geolocation, audio, video, and the canvas element
Reformat your websites into mobile web apps

Table of contents

  1. Table of contents
    Learning PHP, MySQL & JavaScript
    Learning PHP, MySQL & JavaScript
    Assumptions This Book Makes
    Organization of This Book
    Conventions Used in This Book
    Using Code Examples
    O’Reilly Online Learning
    How to Contact Us
    1. Introduction to Dynamic Web Content
    HTTP and HTML: Berners-Lee’s Basics
    The Request/Response Procedure
    The Benefits of PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML5
    MariaDB: The MySQL Clone
    Using PHP
    Using MySQL
    Using JavaScript
    Using CSS
    And Then There’s HTML5
    The Apache Web Server
    Handling Mobile Devices
    About Open Source
    Bringing It All Together
    2. Setting Up a Development Server
    What Is a WAMP, MAMP, or LAMP?
    Installing AMPPS on Windows
    Testing the Installation
    Accessing the Document Root (Windows)
    Alternative WAMPs
    Installing AMPPS on macOS
    Accessing the Document Root (macOS)
    Installing a LAMP on Linux
    Working Remotely
    Logging In
    Using SFTP or FTPS
    Using a Code Editor
    Using an IDE
    3. Introduction to PHP
    Incorporating PHP Within HTML
    This Book’s Examples
    The Structure of PHP
    Using Comments
    Basic Syntax
    Variable Assignment
    Multiline Commands
    Variable Typing
    Predefined Constants
    The Difference Between the echo and print Commands
    Variable Scope
    4. Expressions and Control Flow in PHP
    TRUE or FALSE?
    Literals and Variables
    Operator Precedence
    Relational Operators
    The if Statement
    The else Statement
    The elseif Statement
    The switch Statement
    The ? (or ternary) Operator
    while Loops
    do…while Loops
    for Loops
    Breaking Out of a Loop
    The continue Statement
    Implicit and Explicit Casting
    PHP Dynamic Linking
    Dynamic Linking in Action
    5. PHP Functions and Objects
    PHP Functions
    Defining a Function
    Returning a Value
    Returning an Array
    Passing Arguments by Reference
    Returning Global Variables
    Recap of Variable Scope
    Including and Requiring Files
    The include Statement
    Using include_once
    Using require and require_once
    PHP Version Compatibility
    PHP Objects
    Declaring a Class
    Creating an Object
    Accessing Objects
    Cloning Objects
    Writing Methods
    Declaring Properties
    Declaring Constants
    Property and Method Scope
    Static Methods
    Static Properties
    6. PHP Arrays
    Basic Access
    Numerically Indexed Arrays
    Associative Arrays
    Assignment Using the array Keyword
    The foreach…as Loop
    Multidimensional Arrays
    Using Array Functions
    7. Practical PHP
    Using printf
    Precision Setting
    String Padding
    Using sprintf
    Date and Time Functions
    Date Constants
    Using checkdate
    File Handling
    Checking Whether a File Exists
    Creating a File
    Reading from Files
    Copying Files
    Moving a File
    Deleting a File
    Updating Files
    Locking Files for Multiple Accesses
    Reading an Entire File
    Uploading Files
    System Calls
    XHTML or HTML5?
    8. Introduction to MySQL
    MySQL Basics
    Summary of Database Terms
    Accessing MySQL via the Command Line
    Starting the Command-Line Interface
    Using the Command-Line Interface
    MySQL Commands
    Data Types
    Creating an Index
    Querying a MySQL Database
    Joining Tables Together
    Using Logical Operators
    MySQL Functions
    Accessing MySQL via phpMyAdmin
    9. Mastering MySQL
    Database Design
    Primary Keys: The Keys to Relational Databases
    First Normal Form
    Second Normal Form
    Third Normal Form
    When Not to Use Normalization
    Databases and Anonymity
    Transaction Storage Engines
    Using BEGIN
    Using COMMIT
    Using ROLLBACK
    Using EXPLAIN
    Backing Up and Restoring
    Using mysqldump
    Creating a Backup File
    Restoring from a Backup File
    Dumping Data in CSV Format
    Planning Your Backups
    10. What’s New in PHP 8 and MySQL 8
    About This Chapter
    PHP 8
    Named Parameters
    Constructor Properties
    Just-In-Time Compilation
    Union Types
    Null-safe Operator
    match Expressions
    New Functions
    MySQL 8
    Updates to SQL
    JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)
    Geography Support
    Speed and Performance
    11. Accessing MySQL Using PHP
    Querying a MySQL Database with PHP
    The Process
    Creating a Login File
    Connecting to a MySQL Database
    A Practical Example
    The $_POST Array
    Deleting a Record
    Displaying the Form
    Querying the Database
    Running the Program
    Practical MySQL
    Creating a Table
    Describing a Table
    Dropping a Table
    Adding Data
    Retrieving Data
    Updating Data
    Deleting Data
    Performing Additional Queries
    Preventing Hacking Attempts
    Steps You Can Take
    Using Placeholders
    Preventing JavaScript Injection into HTML
    12. Form Handling
    Building Forms
    Retrieving Submitted Data
    Default Values
    Input Types
    Sanitizing Input
    An Example Program
    HTML5 Enhancements
    The autocomplete Attribute
    The autofocus Attribute
    The placeholder Attribute
    The required Attribute
    Override Attributes
    The width and height Attributes
    The min and max Attributes
    The step Attribute
    The form Attribute
    The list Attribute
    The color Input Type
    The number and range Input Types
    Date and Time Pickers
    13. Cookies, Sessions, and Authentication
    Using Cookies in PHP
    Setting a Cookie
    Accessing a Cookie
    Destroying a Cookie
    HTTP Authentication
    Storing Usernames and Passwords
    An Example Program
    Using Sessions
    Starting a Session
    Ending a Session
    Setting a Timeout
    Session Security
    14. Exploring JavaScript
    JavaScript and HTML Text
    Using Scripts Within a Document Head
    Older and Nonstandard Browsers
    Including JavaScript Files
    Debugging JavaScript Errors
    Using Comments
    String Variables
    Numeric Variables
    Arithmetic Operators
    Assignment Operators
    Comparison Operators
    Logical Operators
    Incrementing, Decrementing, and Shorthand Assignment
    String Concatenation
    Escape Characters
    Variable Typing
    Global Variables
    Local Variables
    Using let and const
    The Document Object Model
    Another Use for the $ Symbol
    Using the DOM
    About document.write
    Using console.log
    Using alert
    Writing into Elements
    Using document.write
    15. Expressions and Control Flow in JavaScript
    Literals and Variables
    Operator Precedence
    Relational Operators
    The with Statement
    Using onerror
    Using try…catch
    The if Statement
    The else Statement
    The switch Statement
    The ? Operator
    while Loops
    do…while Loops
    for Loops
    Breaking Out of a Loop
    The continue Statement
    Explicit Casting
    16. JavaScript Functions, Objects, and Arrays
    JavaScript Functions
    Defining a Function
    Returning a Value
    Returning an Array
    JavaScript Objects
    Declaring a Class
    Creating an Object
    Accessing Objects
    The prototype Keyword
    JavaScript Arrays
    Numeric Arrays
    Associative Arrays
    Multidimensional Arrays
    Using Array Methods
    17. JavaScript and PHP Validation and Error Handling
    Validating User Input with JavaScript
    The validate.html Document (Part 1)
    The validate.html Document (Part 2)
    Regular Expressions
    Matching Through Metacharacters
    Fuzzy Character Matching
    Grouping Through Parentheses
    Character Classes
    Indicating a Range
    Some More Complicated Examples
    Summary of Metacharacters
    General Modifiers
    Using Regular Expressions in JavaScript
    Using Regular Expressions in PHP
    Redisplaying a Form After PHP Validation
    18. Using Asynchronous Communication
    What Is Asynchronous Communication?
    Using XMLHttpRequest
    Your First Asynchronous Program
    Using GET Instead of POST
    Sending XML Requests
    Using Frameworks for Asynchronous Communication
    19. Introduction to CSS
    Importing a Stylesheet
    Importing CSS from Within HTML
    Embedded Style Settings
    Using IDs
    Using Classes
    Using Semicolons
    CSS Rules
    Multiple Assignments
    Using Comments
    Style Types
    Default Styles
    User Styles
    External Stylesheets
    Internal Styles
    Inline Styles
    CSS Selectors
    The Type Selector
    The Descendant Selector
    The Child Selector
    The ID Selector
    The Class Selector
    The Attribute Selector
    The Universal Selector
    Selecting by Group
    The CSS Cascade
    Stylesheet Creators
    Stylesheet Methods
    Stylesheet Selectors
    The Difference Between div and span Elements
    Fonts and Typography
    Managing Text Styles
    CSS Colors
    Short Color Strings
    Positioning Elements
    Absolute Positioning
    Relative Positioning
    Fixed Positioning
    Shorthand Rules
    The Box Model and Layout
    Setting Margins
    Applying Borders
    Adjusting Padding
    Object Contents
    20. Advanced CSS with CSS3
    Attribute Selectors
    Matching Parts of Strings
    The box-sizing Property
    CSS3 Backgrounds
    The background-clip Property
    The background-origin Property
    The background-size Property
    Using the auto Value
    Multiple Backgrounds
    CSS3 Borders
    The border-color Property
    The border-radius Property
    Box Shadows
    Element Overflow
    Multicolumn Layout
    Colors and Opacity
    HSL Colors
    HSLA Colors
    RGB Colors
    RGBA Colors
    The opacity Property
    Text Effects
    The text-shadow Property
    The text-overflow Property
    The word-wrap Property
    Web Fonts
    Google Web Fonts
    3D Transformations
    Properties to Transition
    Transition Duration
    Transition Delay
    Transition Timing
    Shorthand Syntax
    21. Accessing CSS from JavaScript
    Revisiting the getElementById Function
    The O Function
    The S Function
    The C Function
    Including the Functions
    Accessing CSS Properties from JavaScript
    Some Common Properties
    Other Properties
    Inline JavaScript
    The this Keyword
    Attaching Events to Objects in a Script
    Attaching to Other Events
    Adding New Elements
    Removing Elements
    Alternatives to Adding and Removing Elements
    Using Interrupts
    Using setTimeout
    Canceling a Timeout
    Using setInterval
    Using Interrupts for Animation
    22. Introduction to jQuery
    Why jQuery?
    Including jQuery
    Choosing the Right Version
    Using a Content Delivery Network
    Customizing jQuery
    jQuery Syntax
    A Simple Example
    Avoiding Library Conflicts
    The css Method
    The Element Selector
    The ID Selector
    The Class Selector
    Combining Selectors
    Handling Events
    Waiting Until the Document Is Ready
    Event Functions and Properties
    The blur and focus Events
    The this Keyword
    The click and dblclick Events
    The keypress Event
    Considerate Programming
    The mousemove Event
    Other Mouse Events
    Alternative Mouse Methods
    The submit Event
    Special Effects
    Hiding and Showing
    The toggle Method
    Fading In and Out
    Sliding Elements Up and Down
    Stopping Animations
    Manipulating the DOM
    The Difference Between the text and html Methods
    The val and attr Methods
    Adding and Removing Elements
    Dynamically Applying Classes
    Modifying Dimensions
    The width and height Methods
    The innerWidth and innerHeight Methods
    The outerWidth and outerHeight Methods
    DOM Traversal
    Parent Elements
    Child Elements
    Sibling Elements
    Selecting the Next and Previous Elements
    Traversing jQuery Selections
    The is Method
    Using jQuery Without Selectors
    The $.each Method
    The $.map Method
    Using Asynchronous Communication
    Using the POST Method
    Using the GET Method
    jQuery User Interface
    Other Plug-ins
    23. Introduction to jQuery Mobile
    Including jQuery Mobile
    Getting Started
    Linking Pages
    Linking Synchronously
    Linking Within a Multipage Document
    Page Transitions
    Styling Buttons
    List Handling
    Filterable Lists
    List Dividers
    What Next?
    24. Introduction to React
    What Is the Point of React Anyway?
    Accessing the React Files
    Including babel.js
    Our First React Project
    Using a Function Instead of a Class
    Pure and Impure Code: A Golden Rule
    Using Both a Class and a Function
    Props and Components
    The Differences Between Using a Class and a Function
    React State and Life Cycle
    Using Hooks (if You Use Node.js)
    Events in React
    Inline JSX Conditional Statements
    Using Lists and Keys
    Unique Keys
    Handling Forms
    Using Text Input
    Using textarea
    Using select
    React Native
    Creating React Native Apps
    Further Reading
    Taking React to the Next Level
    25. Introduction to HTML5
    The Canvas
    Audio and Video
    Local Storage
    Web Workers
    26. The HTML5 Canvas
    Creating and Accessing a Canvas
    The toDataURL Function
    Specifying an Image Type
    The fillRect Method
    The clearRect Method
    The strokeRect Method
    Combining These Commands
    The createLinearGradient Method
    The addColorStop Method in Detail
    The createRadialGradient Method
    Using Patterns for Fills
    Writing Text to the Canvas
    The strokeText Method
    The textBaseline Property
    The font Property
    The textAlign Property
    The fillText Method
    The measureText Method
    Drawing Lines
    The lineWidth Property
    The lineCap and lineJoin Properties
    The miterLimit Property
    Using Paths
    The moveTo and lineTo Methods
    The stroke Method
    The rect Method
    Filling Areas
    The clip Method
    The isPointInPath Method
    Working with Curves
    The arc Method
    The arcTo Method
    The quadraticCurveTo Method
    The bezierCurveTo Method
    Manipulating Images
    The drawImage Method
    Resizing an Image
    Selecting an Image Area
    Copying from a Canvas
    Adding Shadows
    Editing at the Pixel Level
    The getImageData Method
    The putImageData Method
    The createImageData Method
    Advanced Graphical Effects
    The globalCompositeOperation Property
    The globalAlpha Property
    The scale Method
    The save and restore Methods
    The rotate Method
    The translate Method
    The transform Method
    The setTransform Method
    27. HTML5 Audio and Video
    About Codecs
    The <audio> Element
    The <video> Element
    The Video Codecs
    28. Other HTML5 Features
    Geolocation and the GPS Service
    Other Location Methods
    Geolocation and HTML5
    Local Storage
    Using Local Storage
    The localStorage Object
    Web Workers
    Drag and Drop
    Cross-Document Messaging
    Other HTML5 Tags
    29. Bringing It All Together
    Designing a Social Networking App
    On the Website
    The Functions
    Checking for Username Availability
    Logging In
    Adding the “About Me” Text
    Adding a Profile Image
    Processing the Image
    Displaying the Current Profile
    Viewing a User’s Profile
    Adding and Dropping Friends
    Listing All Members
    A. Solutions to the Chapter Questions
    Chapter 1 Answers
    Chapter 2 Answers
    Chapter 3 Answers
    Chapter 4 Answers
    Chapter 5 Answers
    Chapter 6 Answers
    Chapter 7 Answers
    Chapter 8 Answers
    Chapter 9 Answers
    Chapter 10 Answers
    Chapter 11 Answers
    Chapter 12 Answers
    Chapter 13 Answers
    Chapter 14 Answers
    Chapter 15 Answers
    Chapter 16 Answers
    Chapter 17 Answers
    Chapter 18 Answers
    Chapter 19 Answers
    Chapter 20 Answers
    Chapter 21 Answers
    Chapter 22 Answers
    Chapter 23 Answers
    Chapter 24 Answers
    Chapter 25 Answers
    Chapter 26 Answers
    Chapter 27 Answers
    Chapter 28 Answers
    Chapter 29 Answers
    About the Author

Product information

  • Title: Learning PHP, MySQL & JavaScript, 6th Edition
  • Author(s): Robin Nixon
  • Release date: July 2021
  • Publisher(s): O’Reilly Media, Inc.
  • ISBN: 9781492093824

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