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 HTTP Communication  HTTP Communication for Web  Static  Dynamic  Dynamic Content  PHP  PHP Block  PHP Programming Style  Database  MySQL.

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2  HTTP Communication  HTTP Communication for Web  Static  Dynamic  Dynamic Content  PHP  PHP Block  PHP Programming Style  Database  MySQL

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4 Static Web The contents of the web are fixed, hard coded in the markup language (HTML) (What you see is what you get). used to display fixed information which most often does not need to be updated on a regular basis Dynamic Web The contents of the web are coded using client or server side scripting which requires special interpretation to produce interactive or dynamic elements in the page search results number of visitors user login message boards

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8 HTML + JavaScript

9 HTML + PHP

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12 Benefit of Dynamic Web Content Have ability to customize pages for any given user. Greater ease of modification and update. Extended functionality (login, transactions, communication etc.) Automating the site and allowing it to support itself. Less pages to manually create.

13  PHP's name is an recursive acronym for:  Hypertext Preprocessor  PHP script is an HTML- embedded scriting language  Designed to do something only after event occurs.  e.g. when user submit forms  A Server-Side language  the code resides on a host computer that serves Web pages to the requesting visitors (client).  PHP is easy to use for Web development because it has many built-in functions that make web programming simpler, so that programmers can focus on the logic of programming without wasting precious development time

14 client server URL request HTML PHP Script request HTML

15 PHP code skeleton: … First style Second style Third style

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17  Use PHP built in functions  Example  echo ‘Hello Student’;  print “ How are you”;  Case-insensitive for function names  ECHO, echo, Echo  Other print functions  print_r, var_dump - value of variable  print_f - formatting what you print

18  White spaces - blank lines, tabs and extra spaces To alter spacing of finished web page, use  - line break  - paragraph To alter spacing of HTML source from PHP, use  echo() or print() over the course of several lines  \n (newline character) within double quotation marks

19  Important aspect to dynamic web site development  Viewable in the source but not in the browser window  PHP supports 3 type of comments # this is a comment // this is also a comment /* this is a larger comment that spans two line */

20  Rules of thumb Variable name must start with dollar sign ($) Combination of strings, numbers and the underscore First character after dollar sign cannot be a number Case sensitive Assigned value using equals sign (=)

21  A quoted chunk of letters, numbers, spaces, punctuation..  Example strings  ‘hello’  ‘software’  ‘1000’  ’12 January, 2006’  String variable – assign a string value to valid variable name  $today =’16 July, 2007’;  To print out  echo $today;  echo “Today is $today”;  Concatenation string  Addition of strings using period (. ).  $day=‘12’;  $month=‘January’;  $year =‘2006’;  $today = $day. ’ ‘. $month. ’ ‘. $year;  Use it extensively when building database queries in later chapters

22  Valid number-type variables can be  8  3.14    Arithmetic operators  + addition  - subtraction  * multiplication  / division  % modular  ++ increment  -- decrement

23  Functions  round()  $j = 3.14;  $k = round( $j);  number_format()  $p =20980;  $g=number_format($p);  $g=number_format($p,2);

24  Specific data type  Retain initial value throughout script  Cannot change once it has been set  Use define()  define (‘AGE’, ‘value’);  Print constant  echo ‘Hello, ‘. AGE; OR  echo ‘Hello,’, AGE;

25  Single quote-> values treated literally  Double quote-> interpolated  Example:  $var =‘Hello’;  echo “var equal to $var”;  var equal to hello  echo ‘var equal to $var’;  var equal to $var  echo “\$var is equal to $var”;  $var is equal to hello

26  “”  replace variables name with its value and a special character’s code (\$) with its represented value  ‘’  display exactly what you type, except for the escaped single quote (\’) and the escape backslash (\\).

27 PROGRAMMING WITH PHP

28  Creating an HTML form  Handling an HTML form  Conditional and Operators  Validating Form Data  Sending Values to A Script Manually  What are Arrays  For and While Loops

29  Managing HTML form with PHP involves 2 steps : 1. Step 1: Create HTML form with any text editor HTML form (.htm/.html) is created using the HTML form tags and various input types. 2. Step 2: Create PHP scripts that receives form data PHP script (.php) is created to receives the submitted form data and handle it.

30 Step 1: create html form Step 2: create php scripts that receive form data

31 how dat ais sent (get or post) which page the form data will be send

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33  If you have a text box in html form with name attribute age, PHP will store the text entered there in a variable called $age (registered global variable)  $age is similar to $_POST[‘age’] (superglobal variables)  eg : ( in HTML form)  eg : ( in PHP scripts) echo “ Thank you, {$_POST[‘age’]} for the following comments”; Age: attributes

34  Dynamic web frequently use conditionals to alter script behavior  3 primary terms – if, else, elseif Syntax: if (condition) { // do something! } if (condition) { // do something! } else { // do something else! } if (condition1) { // do something! } elseif (condition2) { // do something else! } else { // do something else! }

35  Condition can be TRUE for any number of reasons. Below are common TRUE conditions:  $var, if $var has a value other than 0, an empty string or NULL  isset($var), if $var has any value other than NULL, including 0 and an empty string.  TRUE

36  Comparative and Logical Operators SymbolMeaningTypeexample =Is assigned the value ofAssignment$n=1 ==Is equal toComparison$x==$y !=Is not equal toComparison$x!=$y Greater thanComparison$x > $y

37  switch  Used in place of a long if–elseif–else conditional Syntax : switch ($variable) { case ‘value1’ : // do this break; case ‘value2’ : // do this break; default : // do this break; }

38  Use of conditionals and any number of functions, operators and expressions.  Common functions : empty(), strlen(), isset()

39  Why validate form? To ensure that something was entered or selected in form elements. To ensure that something was entered or selected in form elements. To ensure that submitted data is of the right type (numeric, string, etc), of the right format (eg: addr), or a specific acceptable value (eg: $gender is either M or F) To ensure that submitted data is of the right type (numeric, string, etc), of the right format (eg: addr), or a specific acceptable value (eg: $gender is either M or F)

40  2 ways to pass a PHP script variables and values  Use HTML hidden input type -As long as this code is anywhere between the form tags, the variable $name will have a value of ‘Brian’ in the handling PHP script  To append a value to the handling PHP scripts URL - Emulate the get method of an HTML form

41 The page (handle_calculator.php) that handles the form (calculator.html) will receive a $source variable to indicate where the data (hidden input) came from. The $source variable need also be validated; is set or not and if it is set with value, is the value correct or not. Observe the action attribute in the form tag below : appended!

42  An array can hold multiple, separate pieces of information  List of values  Each value being a string or a number or even another array  Structured as a series of key-value pairs.  Each item in the list, there is a key associate with it.  Support 2 kind of arrays  Indexed – use numbers as the key  Associative – use strings as key

43  Example – indexed  $artists  Example – associative  $statesKeyValue0Low 1Aimee 2 Ani Difranco 3Spiritualized KeyValueMDMaryland PAPenssylvania ILIllinois MOMissouri

44  To retrieve a specific value from an array, refer to the array name, followed by the key, in square brackets  echo $artists[2];  echo $states[‘MD’];  To print, wrap array name with curly braces  echo “IL is the abbreviation for {$states[‘IL’]}.”;

45  Very useful and powerful tool  By default, PHP uses several types of arrays  $_GET to store all of the variables and values sent via the get method  $_POST to store all of the variables and values sent via the post method  $_SESSION, $_COOKIE

46  Syntax to create arrays  Add an element at a time  $array[] =‘value’;  $array[] =‘value one’;  $array[‘key’] =‘more values’;  Use array() function to build an entire array  $array =array(‘key’ =>’value’, ‘key2’ => ‘value2’);  $array =array(‘value’,’value2’,’value3’);  Create an array of sequential numbers, use range()  $ten = range(1,10);

47  Access every array element, use foreach loop: Syntax : foreach ($array as $value) echo $value ;  Iterate through every element in $array, assigning each element value to the $value variable.  To access both the keys and values Syntax : foreach ($array as $key => $value) echo “The array value at $key is $value”;

48  An array consisting of other arrays  Combine 2 arrays into 1 multidimensional array  $states = array (‘MD’ =>’MaryLand’, ‘IL’ =>’Illinois’);  $provinces = array (‘QC’ =>’Quebec’, ‘AB’ =>’Alberta’);  $abbr = array (‘US’ =>$states, ‘Canade =>$provinces’);  To access $states array  $abbr[‘US’];  To access Maryland  $abbr[‘US’][‘MD’]  To print out  echo “The US state whose abbreviation is MD is {$abbr[‘US’][‘MD’]}.”;

49  2 functions for converting between strings and arrays  $array = explode (separator, $string);  Turning a string into an array  $string =‘Jan-Feb-Mac-Apr-May’;  $array =explode (‘-’, $string);  $string = implode (glue, $array);  Turning an array to string  $string =implode (‘, ’, $array);  $string= ‘Jan,Feb,Mac,Apr,May’;

50  Use built in PHP function  sort() – sort an array by value discarding the original keys  The array keys will be reset after the sorting process  Avoid use this function if key-value relationship is important.  asort() – sort an array by value while maintaining the key  ksort() – sort an array by key  Each of these can sort reverse order by changing them to  rsort(), arsort(), krsort()  shuffle() – to randomize the order of an array

51  While loop  If the condition is still true, the loop will be executed Syntax : while (condition) { // do something }  For loop  first the initial expression is run, checked the condition and if true, content of the loop is executed. After execution, checked closing expression with condition again. Syntax : for (initial expression; condition; closing expression) { // do something }


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