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Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS & HTML5: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Websites
 
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Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS & HTML5: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Websites [Format Kindle]

Robin Nixon

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Build interactive, data-driven websites with the potent combination of open-source technologies and web standards, even if you only have basic HTML knowledge. With this popular hands-on guide, you’ll tackle dynamic web programming with the help of today’s core technologies: PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, and HTML5.

Explore each technology separately, learn how to use them together, and pick up valuable web programming practices along the way. At the end of the book, you’ll put everything together to build a fully functional social networking site, using the XAMPP development stack.

  • Learn PHP in-depth, along with the basics of object-oriented programming
  • Explore MySQL, from database structure to complex queries
  • Use the MySQLi Extension, PHP’s improved MySQL interface
  • Create dynamic PHP web pages that tailor themselves to the user
  • Manage cookies and sessions, and maintain a high level of security
  • Master the JavaScript language—and enhance it with jQuery
  • Use Ajax calls for background browser/server communication
  • Acquire CSS2 & CSS3 skills for professionally styling your web pages
  • Implement all the new HTML5 features, including geolocation, audio, video, and the canvas

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Robin Nixon a été un écrivain de 30 ans, a écrit plus de 500 articles pour de nombreux grands magazines du Royaume-Uni, et est l'auteur de plus d'un douzaine de livres.

Robin a commencé sa carrière d'écrivain dans les maisons Cheshire pour personnes handicapées, où il était responsable de la mise en place des salles informatiques dans un certain nombre de maisons d'habitation, d'évaluer et d'adapter le matériel et les logiciels afin que les personnes handicapées peuvent utiliser la nouvelle technologie, et de l'écriture de pièces justificatives et articles pour une sélection de magazines nationaux.

Après cette carrière de Robin est devenu un cent pour cent par écrit orienté quand il a rejoint un éditeur de magazine grand, où il a occupé une variété de positions éditoriales différentes, avant de quitter pour devenir un écrivain indépendant.

A l'aube de l'Internet dans les années 1990, Robin se lance dans développement de sites Web (y compris la première station de radio sur Internet sous licence). Afin de permettre aux gens de continuer à surfer tout en écoutant, Robin a également développé les premiers connus fenêtres pop-up.

Dans les années 1990 et au début des années 2000 Robin et sa famille a déménagé aux États-Unis une couple de fois, une fois pour diriger une entreprise de conception Web, en Californie, puis à nouveau pour mettre en place un salon de thé anglais au Texas. Entre temps ils ont couru plusieurs pubs réussies, bed and breakfasts et les boîtes de nuit en Angleterre.

Ces dernières années, Robin a commencé à se concentrer plus étroitement sur ​​la motivation et l'amélioration personnelle dans son écriture, tout en continuant à produire plus dans sa populaire série de livres sur l'informatique, qui ont maintenant été traduits en plusieurs langues différentes.

Robin vit sur ​​la côte sud-est de l'Angleterre (où il écrit à temps plein), avec ses cinq enfants et femme Julie (une infirmière et professeur d'université) - entre eux, ils favorisent également trois enfants handicapés.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A handy resource for web programming 28 juin 2014
Par mrgah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
As I see it, Robin Nixon’s Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS, & HTML5 is the web programming equivalent of a well-stocked toolbox. It’s not going to have what you need for all possible situations as a web programmer, but it packs a lot of utility into a compact space.

The core of the book is Nixon’s concise coverage of the basics of PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript. The book then delves into each of these topics in a further chapter or two– giving some further ways to use PHP, or tips on working with MySQL databases. Along the way, Nixon covers many of the most common ways readers are likely to want to use these tools: working with forms, cookies, sessions, and authentication, for example. For such a comprehensive book, it does an admirable job of thoroughly explaining topics (such as AJAX) that other books often skim over with a few code snippets. The coverage of topics as substantial as these in a single book enforces brevity, and might suggest that topics get less coverage than they merit. It is to Nixon’s great credit, I think, that there are far fewer gaps than one might expect. The only really egregious one, to my mind, is that jQuery only merits a brief mention (on p. 420).

The second major part of the book moves from the web programming side of things to consider CSS and HTML5. Aspiring web designers should be aware that– despite the book’s occasional claims to be for those who want to learn how to “style and lay out” web pages (p. xxii)– this is not the book from which to learn the nuances of web design with CSS and HTML5. The book does not cover the new semantic elements in HTML5 (though an explanation for this is given on p. 601), nor does it cover all of web design’s intricacies (divs, spans, floats). The book’s chapters on CSS could serve as a helpful primer or refresher for the web programmer who needs to do some light web design work, though. The coverage of CSS3 and HTML5 is good; Nixon discusses many of the ways that HTML5 and CSS3 are changing (and often simplifying) the way to do things on the web, from streamlining layout and display to displaying audio and video, while still explaining how to support older browsers.

This may not be the final word on web programming– given how much things are in transition at the moment, it is hard to know how any single book could be– but as an introduction and a practical set of tools, this book is recommended.

(Full disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from O'Reilly as a part of their Reader Review program.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well written book for those desiring to learn how to develop dynamic websites 12 juin 2014
Par Richard Callaby - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
When I obtained this book yesterday I literally devoured it over the course of the rest of the day. Now, I will tell you I am not that familiar with creating dynamic websites with PHP, MySql, and CSS but this was exactly what I needed. My experience is mostly with .Net and Microsoft technologies so I have that as a background. However, this was not a hinderance for me as all of the concepts and code was clearly explained and easy to follow. Since I already had XAMPP installed on my machine I could easily just plug in the code, as the book has plenty of example code and understand the concepts.

If you wish to learn how to go beyond just static HTML websites and create websites that are more interactive then this is one of the best books to start with. I obtained this book to learn some background before I dived deep into Wordpress development and i think I made the right decision. You would not make a mistake by buying this book, it is worth it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A little basic but good 21 juin 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I bought this book recently to supplement a very outdated textbook that I was using for a class. It helped me to complete my projects. The textbook (PHP Programming with MySQL by Don Gosselin) used examples that were deprecated, and this book is way more up to date than that one, so I definitely got my money's worth. I have mainly focused on the PHP and mysql sections of the book. The book seems to be aimed at people with little or no programming experience. That is no necessarily a negative, but I personally would have liked it to have gone into a little more depth or shown at least a few advanced techniques (I understand that it is a very long book and they couldn't include everything). I look forward to learning more about Javascript and HTML5. This book also covers Ajax a bit. The book is very clearly written and easy to understand. I would definitely recommend it for beginners. I am not sure how the code examples are since I have not had to use them yet.

Regardless of what book you choose, PHP is a wonderful language to learn. Web programming used to bore me because HTML didn't "do" anything. Learning PHP allows you to actually make a useful and dynamic website, and HTML5 has some pretty awesome new features as well. It is an exciting time to be a programmer or a web designer.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have book for those who begin sailing in the Web development waters 16 août 2014
Par A. Zubarev - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
It was quite a long review experience in my life! No wonder, the book is 700 pages long, but boy oh boy it is not boring at all. I confess I skipped a few pages here and there, but it was rewarding, I was even able to produce my own small, fully functional website in my company’s Intranet that receives requests for database backup restores and logs their processing history; MySQL, JavaScript and Ajax driven (yes, the book covers that, too). I must admit I did not use CSS as much as I should, but I am planning on returning to this book to apply a few more advance techniques to my website (Ch 20 on CSS3) to make it more of an eye candy.
Let me state that this is a timely update release for Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS & HTML5 which happens to be a 3rd edition of this book this time around exactly when HTML5 adoption is gaining so much traction.
More on the book itself, it is worth your money to an extend it worth your every penny: each chapter is verged so it takes you right from a printed book page to real-life example implementations. The book is very well structured, it has many (26), but succinct chapters that end with questions that help you memorize what you learned (this is my preferred way of studying), the book has the answers in the appendix. If you want to hear me whining, then may be I should say that the book author sticks to using the Zend Framework, no others covered, thus even though it is a very popular and mature development platform and has all the bells and whistles you may need to run a commercial grade website you may need to figure out yourself how you would develop and deploy using other Frameworks your company uses. Also the book does not cover Unit Testing.
What I liked: the Ajax section and HTML5 are my favourites. Also tasteful graphics, website examples, the part on doing the validation was both very useful and explanatory. The chapter on ‘Practical PHP’ is of much help.
Advice: HTML5 is a little hard, and at times a tad unusual, also not functionality of HTML5 is implemented by every browser in full (notably the IE family of browsers), so plan your features coding in advance.
In the terms of closing I would like to tell that the web development after reading this book does not look so intimidating any more. A big thank you to Robin!
My verdict – 5 out of 5 without doubt.
Disclaimer: I received a free electronic copy of this book as part of the O’Reilly Blogger Reviewer Program in exchange for a review publication.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 This book does a great job of explaining each individual technology 23 juillet 2014
Par Michael Humphrey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This book does a great job of explaining each individual technology, but other than a single example at the end of the book, it fails to teach how these technologies work together to make a web-based application.
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