PHP and MySQL: Create - Modify - Reuse

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Posted on 2013-12-16, by Marmaladka.

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Author: Timothy Boronczyk | Publisher: Wrox | Date: 2008 | Format: pdf | Pages: 341 | Language: English | ISBN10: 0470192429

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Step-by-step instructions walk readers through real-world applications 
Packed with ready-to-use projects for PHP and MySQL, this book guides readers through several real-world projects that are complete, tested, and ready to be implemented, so that readers can learn by doing 
Clearly explains to readers all aspects of design, such as portability, design flow, and integration, and shows them how to properly secure their applications for real-world implementation 
Authored by a PHP expert who is in tune with common tasks and the various problems faced by developers in everyday circumstances 
Application topics include user management, Web forums, and an image gallery 
Although PHP and MySQL can each be used independently, when they are used together, they open up dynamic options for Web site development

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