This book puts together information on installing, setting up, and troubleshooting each of the technologies (Apache, MySQL, PHP3, and IMP) into one complete volume. You also learn how each piece is part of a whole by learning, step-by-step, how to create a web-based e-mail system. Learn to run the Linux equivalent of Active Server Pages (ASP) using PHP3, set up an e-commerce site using a database and the Apache web server, and create a data entry system (such as sales, product quality tracking, customer preferences, etc) that requires no installation in the PC. This book integrates the technologies of MySQL, Apache, PHP3, and IMP into one cohesive source for developing and implementing Internet databases and email servers. Learn how to create secure Web-based email services with inexpensive open source tools (similar to Hotmail or Netscape Webmail) "from scratch" while you are taught the technologies. This book shows how MySQL, PHP, Apache, and IMP work together.
“Creating your MySQL Database” book takes a practical approach, implementing all theoretical concepts with examples. It is a fast-paced tutorial that focuses on critical decisions that you need to make every time you build MySQL databases. It is rich with tips and advice from an experienced practitioner.
“Creating your MySQL Database” is a short guide for everyone on how to structure your data and set-up your MySQL database tables efficiently and easily. This book has practical examples from initial ideas to final designs. This book doesn't set out to make you an expert in data analysis, but it does provide a quick and easy way to raise your game in this essential part of getting your application right.Anyone working with applications that use a MySQL database backend will benefit greatly from the advice and techniques in this book. Written by the creator of the popular phpMyAdmin tool, this book is a short but complete guide on how to design good data structures for MySQL.
'A step-by-step guide to using this powerful Open Source application in your business.'
-Assess your business's CRM requirements, and start using SugarCRM effectively straight away -Covers both the free and commercial versions of SugarCRM – get maximum benefit from the free version before paying for add ons -Your complete guide to SugarCRM implementation – assess your needs, install the software, start using it, train users, integrate with existing systems
PHP 5 for Beginners is an electronic book perfect for those with no or little PHP experience and want to learn PHP programming from the beginning. This book will gently introduce you to PHP 5 step by step, touching on basic PHP operations and common language meanings. Packed with practical exercises for easy learning along the way!
PHP 5 for Beginners is aimed at both the interested, intelligent, but not necessarily technical individual as well as at programmers familiar with another language who want to learn PHP. This books advanced search engine makes finding any topic fast and easy!
This book is an upgrade from the previous version that covered phpMyAdmin Version 2.6. Written by a member of the development team, this book serves as a comprehensive guide to helping you unlock the full potential of phpMyAdmin 2.8 This book will show you how to increase your productivity and control when working with your databases. You will learn how to:
-Administer MySQL users and privileges, and get statistics about MySQL servers and databases Manage databases, table data and structures, and indexes,-Use bookmarks and metadata,-Generate multiple SQL queries,-Generate better documentation of evolving table structures.
PHP and MySQL Web Development teaches the reader to develop dynamic, secure e-commerce Web sites and Web applications. The book shows how to integrate and implement these technologies by following real-world examples and working sample projects. It also covers the related technologies needed to build a commercial Web site such as SSL, shopping carts, and payment systems. The CD includes a Linux distribution, MySQL, PHP4 and utilities for the projects and code listings. Topics covered: The MySQL database server (for both Unix and Windows), Accessing MySQL databases through PHP scripting (the letters don't really stand for anything), Database creation and modification, PHP tricks in order of increasing complexity--everything from basic SQL queries to secure transactions for commerce, Authentication, Network connectivity, Session management, and Content customization.
XML and PHP is a clear, concise guide to the synergies between XML and PHP, many of which are not immediately visible to intermediate developers. XML and PHP demonstrates how PHP and XML can be combined to build cutting-edge Web applications. It includes detailed explanations of PHP's XML extensions, together with illustrations of using PHP to parse, validate and transform XML markup, traverse XML data trees, exchange data between Web applications, overlay remote procedure calls over HTTP, and use free open-source tools to add new capabilities to your PHP/XML applications.
This book gives you the power to use phpBB to set up and run your own online discussion forums with ease, and develop your own Internet community. It takes you through the whole process of setting up your phpBB site, and helps you create, customize and manage your own online community with phpBB. Written by experienced phpBB administrators and enthusiasts, the emphasis is on simple, and practical guidance for you to get the most from phpBB.
So you want to create dynamic database-driven Web pages? This authoritative reference is packed with case studies to lead you successfully through the latest version of this server-side HTML-embedded language. Whether you're an HTML designer, a C coder, or a Web programmer using ASP, JSP, Perl, or ColdFusion, you'll get the most out of this open source alternative using this reliable guide. Inside you'll find how-to's on everything from getting started to modifying freely-available scripts -- so you won't have to write from scratch. Topics covered: Get up to speed on relational database design, Connect Web pages to backend databases, Build complete user experiences with session-tracking, Use PHP for object-oriented programming, Connect your PHP code directly to e-mail programs, Secure your Web site against attacks, Employ cookies and redirection, and Avoid common bugs and development stumbling blocks.