Learn Web Programming with PHP

Learn Web
Programming with PHP

Video Training

As a tool for generating dynamic web content, PHP can’t be beat. That’s why it’s used in some of the world's most popular web applications like Facebook, Wikipedia, Drupal, and WordPress. In this Learning Path you’ll get the PHP skills needed to develop your own web applications, along with MySQL, Git, and other technologies that support your web development projects.


A basic understanding of HTML and website management

Below are the video training courses included in this Learning Path.



Presented by Doug Bierer 15 hours 24 minutes

This course assumes no knowledge of programming or database experience. It eases you into the basics of using PHP and MySQL by having you create variables, work with data types, and output them to a web page. You’ll work through a series of hands-on labs to learn to use MySQL and SQL functions to store and retrieve data. Then you’ll practice using PHP and MySQL to send email, work with date and time functions, use cookies and sessions, build web forms, and much more.


Intermediate PHP

Presented by Lorna Jane Mitchell 2 hours 51 minutes

In this course, instructor Lorna Jane Mitchell demonstrates the new features and capabilities of PHP, including improved support for object-oriented programming and the Data Objects (PDO) extension, with detailed examples. You’ll learn how to upgrade your existing applications with PHP’s newer features, how to keep up to date with Composer and the new PSR standards, access your database with the PDO extension, and discover the many other features that have developers so excited about the new PHP.


Git Fundamentals for Web Developers

Presented by Lorna Jane Mitchell 3 hours 44 minutes

Git can be one of the most useful assets in your developer’s toolkit. This course gives you a thorough grounding in the use of Git to create a project, collaborate with others, and integrate with CI and deployment tools. You’ll start by learning how to set up your projects with Git, including how to configure your Git tools, clone an existing project, and work with multiple remotes. From there, you’ll learn to source control your work, collaborate, and use Git to improve your development workflow.