Do you want to develop dynamic and interactive websites? Would you like to create and edit graphics? Ever been frustrated with databases and want to learn how to deal with them better? We’ll teach you how, in introduction to PHP! This course is perfect for those with little to no coding experience. We’ll teach you everything you need to get started in short, simple lessons with plenty of practice.

What you'll learn

Foundational concepts
Learn the basic syntax of the PHP language and write your first PHP program.
How to save data efficiently
Optimize your computer memory usage by using variables, constants, and data types to save data more efficiently.
Conditional operators
Use conditional operators to make decision based on certain rules.
Use arrays to store a collection of data at once.


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