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Building Database Applications in PHP, Université du Michigan

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In this course, we'll look at the object oriented patterns available in PHP. You'll learn how to connect to a MySQL using the Portable Data Objects (PDO) library and issue SQL commands in the the PHP language. We'll also look at how PHP uses cookies and manages session data. You'll learn how PHP avoids double posting data, how flash messages are implemented, and how to use a session to log in users in web applications. We'll then build the first 'complete' application that has multiple screens to Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) our data. This brings all the previous concepts together and will form the basis for all later web applications....

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par AA

Jun 30, 2018

Awesome course, I think anyone who wants to do web app stuff should try this. Although it would a little difficult to go through the autograder, but believe me, It's worth it. Dedication is the key.

par AJ

Aug 28, 2018

One of the best PHP contents I have ever seen. I practiced and learnt a lot. This course gives nudges in the rightful directions. Still have a long way to go.

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par Manuel Cruz

Apr 07, 2019

It was a really fun course to learn and it was exactly what I was looking for! Would recommend it to a friend!

par Nabil Fawzy Halim Ajayby

Apr 05, 2019

Great Course ,helps me in my career ,Many thanks for Dr

par Tom Verl

Apr 02, 2019

Very good course!

par Carlo Martini

Mar 27, 2019

Finally learned to use PDO thanks to this course.

par doffou

Mar 23, 2019

this course is very explain

par Nathan Granger

Feb 24, 2019

The 3 chapters I read in book (Missing Link) were fabulous. Excited to read more. I picked up a bunch of very helpful points following Dr CSev. However, sometimes talking over my head and referenced "(stuff we learned earlier)." I had not taken other courses in specialization but it seemed like I was missing videos. I had to stop and do research to find out what he's talking about on numerous topics. (e.g. htmlentities, SQL, location of sample code, how placeholders avoid injection, etc). Often he talked too fast and glossed over points, didn't explain how to deploy code or what happens after success coding. "And off you go" doesn't help the newbie like me. I often didn't know how to use/implement the lesson. Even if it was mentioned earlier, the purpose/use should be repeated/demonstrated again when done. Also, a newbie could use hard-to-miss instructions on how to take the course, where/when to download resources, etc. I was bouncing around trying to figure out how the whole thing worked.

par Patsy De Jesus Pineda

Feb 24, 2019

Great Graduation!

par ushayelisetty

Feb 23, 2019

Very TOUGHf

par Vasilis Kokkinos

Feb 10, 2019

Excellent Course taught by an excellent instructor

par Daniel Andrés Oviedo Conrado

Jan 29, 2019

Very happy. This course teaches you exactly what it says, and the complex concepts are easily explained.