Get yourself trained on PHP 7 – with this Online Training PHP 7 – A Simple Guide to Database Connections with PHP PDO.
Online Training PHP 7 – A Simple Guide to Database Connections with PHP PDO
Upon completion of this course you should be able to:Summarize the steps involved in using PHP to accomplish basic database queries.Have a solid foundation to take other courses involving PHP and database connections.The purpose of this course is to empower you by preparing you to move forward in your web development studies.Why PHP?PHP is one of the most widely used open-source server-side scripting languages that exist today and it makes sense learning it the right way for two reasons: You can build more stuff quicker; the job market is widely open.According to W3techs statistics, as of February 2019, PHP continues to outnumber other server-side technologies in their new-websites daily list. The other competitive language that comes close to PHP in new-websites is Ruby, but in overall, PHP is still the shiny star with a 79% of the web market , and that means that more maintenance jobs are available for new web developers looking for employment.If you have taken other PDO (PHP Data Objects) courses and still feel as something is amiss, this course is for you.You will feel safer when connecting to a database using this proven method. Your code will be more readable and simpler to understand, but not simplistic. You will reuse the simple code you’ll master in this short course because it will make sense to you. You will have a solid foundation of a battle-tested method to connect to a database. After finishing this short course, you will grasp other project-building curriculum with ease because you will have a solid foundation. Your PDO training starts here.The course informs and teaches and that is great for reviewing concept as well.How is this course different?This course was written in 2019 using PHP 7.3, the latest PHP version heading toward PHP 7.4.Have you ever gone back to a course a few days later and realized that you needed to start from the beginning because, the explanation to that session-code happened only once and so, you couldn’t proceed without a full review? That will not happen here; each section is independent from another.Course featuresCURRENT: this tutorial was written and published on February 2019 and it will be updated again when it becomes necessary. PRACTICAL: although lectures are built sequentially each section is independent from another; code does not carry over. This frees you from having to start over each time you take a break.REUSABLE: topic independence gives you the opportunity to pick up any section on its own for a later review. METHODICAL: the course material starts from scratch (assuming you already know basic PHP syntax). You will feel empowered.DYNAMIC: supplementary news will be added at the end to keep you informed and updated. Add it to your reference collection.Subscribe today, even if you want to start at a later date.
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