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SitePoint.com:
"Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site Using PHP & MySQL" Excerpts
July 09, 2009 @ 12:31:14

SitePoint.com has been posting a series of excerpts from a book they've recently release a revised edition of - "Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site Using PHP & MySQL". Here's the list so far:

There's lots more to come, so keep an eye on SitePoint's PHP & MySQL Tutorials section for more as their published.

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PHPBuilder.com:
Beginning Ajax with PHP From Novice to Professional
January 05, 2007 @ 08:27:00

PHPBuilder.com has another in a series of book excerpts posted on their site today. This time, it's a look at Ajax and PHP as pulled from the Apress book "Beginning Ajax with PHP: From Novice to Professional".

The ability to make a call to the server without a page refresh is one that is quite powerful, if harnessed correctly. With the help of the powerful PHP server-side language, you can create some handy little applications that can be easily integrated into any web project.

They take some time to explain what an Ajax connection is before getting into the code - a basic example that just shows/hides content. They include both the HTML/Javascript to handle the front end and the PHP to handle the backend creation of the calendar (the content) itself.

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PHPBuilder.com:
Pro PHP Security / Preventing SQL Injection
November 02, 2006 @ 12:20:00

On PHPBuilder.com, there's a new tutorial, an excerpt from the APress book "Pro PHP Security" by Chris Snyder and Michael Southwell talking about how to prevent SQL injections in your web applications.

They take a complete look at SQL injections, including:

  • What SQL injections are
  • How they work
  • Why it's an issue with PHP
  • The types of user input
This is just the first part in the series, so stay tuned for even more great security content from the new APress book.

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