Programming with PHP
The PHP programming language is a widely used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited to web development.
- While HTML enables one to develop websites, using PHP will enable you to create dynamic pages. In this course, learn to embed PHP code into a HTML page.
- It is estimated that 80% of all websites with a recognized server-side programming language use PHP.
- PHP can be easier to learn than other programming languages, thanks to its similarities with HTML, as well as the embedded HTML in code, built-in functions that are present, and the ability to reuse the blocks of code you build.
What you'll learn
By the end of this course, students will learn:
- How to set up PHP development environment.
- Review basic PHP fundamentals such as data types, strings, arrays control structures, built-in PHP functions, and learn how to define your own custom PHP functions.
Suitable For Students Who Are:
- Ages 13-18
- If you’re looking for a career in cybersecurity, web development, and IT, PHP would be an obvious choice.
PHP is compatible with all operating systems (example: Windows, macOS, etc) and many databases (example: MySQL), making it a great choice for large enterprises with offices in different locations.
Some of the biggest web platforms of today, including Facebook, Flickr, Yahoo, MailChimp, and Wikipedia, use PHP in their end-to-end computing infrastructure.
If this course sounds interesting, feel free to sign up for a free trial lesson.
In the trial lesson, you can learn a little more about the topic, confirm the difficulty level, and if the tutor’s teaching style matches your learning style.
And if you are still interested after the trial lesson, you can sign up for more.