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Best Introduction to PHP What is PHP? 2020

What is PHP? What is PHP? PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It is server side scripting language and most of the websites now a days are developed


Basics of PHP

Comment system in PHP Writing comment to your code is good coding practice habit as it will provide you help in future to understand the code or in case you hand over the project to other developer will help them to understand too. Data Type


if…else, Switch and loops in PHP

If … else Nested If PHP switch Statement It is used to perform action based of condition matches like if statement does but comparatively switch is faster then if statement. Loops in PHP To repeat some short of code is with basic icons is called


Array, Session and Cookies in PHP

Array in PHP It is an special type of variable which can store multiple values in single variable. eg: Associative array and its loop What is session and how to use it in php? session is basically a bit of information which is used across


What is AJAX and its use with database in PHP?

What is AJAX? AJAX = Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX is a technique to load data without refreshing page, it will refresh div only to give as Asynchronous Result. in the above code you will find the method, we can use GET or Method depends


Miscellaneous and Important topic in PHP

Form GET, POST and REQUEST Method for firm submission. If you will take a look into matter of form submission their are 3 types of variables we generally use in PHP $_GET, $_POST and $_REQUEST if you are fresher as a developer you might me

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Function and class and basics of OOPs in PHP

What is OOPs? Object-Oriented Programming (PHP¬†OOP), is a type of programming language principle added to php5, Being a programmer / Developer one should follow the concept of “Think Twice and write once“. This is something called re-usability of code. OOPs can be achieved by using