Introduction to PHP
In this course, You will learn about What is PHP and How it Works?
Right after this course, you will be able to explain concepts like Client Server Model, Request Response Pattern and Describe about PHP Language in your own words.
This is the second course topic that you should take which helps you to understand the basic concepts Why PHP was developed and What problem PHP language solves.
This course is a Introduction to PHP and will introduce you to Core Web Concepts and PHP.
If you cannot understand or explain these Web Concepts then high likely you will always be confused How PHP works?
This course helps to break down the complex concepts into simple to understand mini concepts that you can learn and remember.
You will learn the Web Concepts like:
- Client Server Model.
- Client Side and Server Side Definition.
- Request and Response Pattern.
- How Web Works?
- Role of PHP in Web Application.
Also, you will learn about the how PHP is different from other Web Programming Language.
This course is a must to know if you want to be a PHP Developer!
Before you start writing program with PHP, You need to understand how Web Page works and how PHP fits into the Web Application.
Once you understand the Web Concepts then you will learn about PHP Language Basics.
You will learn how PHP is better than Java, Perl and ASP.net for Server Side Web Programming Language.
This is a theory session on understanding about What is PHP?
What you’ll learn in this course:
- Understand about Client Server Model.
- Answer the Request and Response Definition.
- Describe What is PHP Language.
- Explain how PHP works in a Web Application.
- Differentiate PHP with other Languages.
- This course is meant for anyone who wants to learn PHP.
- No prior programming knowledge required.
What is PHP?
PHP is a programming language for building dynamic, interactive Web sites. As a general rule, PHP programs run on a Web server, and serve Web pages to visitors on request. One of the key features of PHP is that you can embed PHP code within HTML Web pages, making it very easy for you to create dynamic content quickly.
PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor, which gives you a good idea of its core purpose: to process information and produce hypertext (HTML) as a result. (Developers love recursive acronyms, and PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor is a good example of one.)
Learn more about PHP and its basics from this course!
- Lectures 11
- Quizzes 2
- Duration 1 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 5518
- Assessments Yes