Beginning PHP5 by Dan Squier, David Mercer, Allan Kent, Steven Nowicki, Clark

By Dan Squier, David Mercer, Allan Kent, Steven Nowicki, Clark Morgan, Wankyu Choi

PHP5 is the latest model of the popular language for swiftly growing dynamic web content content material. whereas its major use is as a cross-platform, HTML-embedded, server-side net scripting language, it now works both good while developing multi-tiered functions or XML-based purposes in addition to net functions. This ebook teaches you the gains and performance of PHP5, from fitting and configuring it to designing and developing advanced data-driven sites. As you continue, you'll construct a few absolutely practical functions. you can be brought to easy programming good judgment, relational databases, OOP, PEAR, GTK, MSI, CLI, SQLite, and extra. if you end up entire, you'll know the way to create, try out, debug, and placed your purposes to paintings within the genuine global. What you are going to study from this booklet the basics of object-oriented programming in PHP5 easy methods to write PHP5 purposes that run on home windows ;, Linux ;, Mac OS ; X, and different working platforms Why PHP5 works successfully in small to enterprise-level functions mistakes dealing with with try/catch facts manipulation in MySQL ; utilizing Hypertext Preprocessor how one can construct functional functions comparable to a web textual content editor, an internet electronic mail software, and an object-oriented touch supervisor software Command-line scripting and GUI software improvement potent tools of holding and organizing your code, and extra Who this publication is for This publication is for starting programmers in addition to skilled builders who are looking to examine what's attainable with the newest model of Hypertext Preprocessor.

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Troubleshooting and debugging comprise the process of identifying problems, deducing possible causes, logically isolating those causes until you've identified the most likely culprit, and then trying solutions. The end result is that the problem is fixed and if you've done a good job, you'll have fixed the problem (in an elegant, robust way) without causing other problems. Chapter 5 covers debugging in more detail; for now, though, let's look at the steps for troubleshooting your installation of PHP: 34 Chapter 1: Getting up and Running Chapter 1: Getting up and Running 35 1.

Create a small PHP file to use for tests. php in any folder within wwwroot (or an appropriate folder if you happen to be running some other OS/Web server combination than Windows 2000/IIS). Open the file in your browser. You should see the words "Hey, it worked" in your browser. If you see "Page cannot be displayed," there's a problem with your PHP installation or with finding the file, or with the Web server. If you see something that talks about a parse error, you may have made a mistake in entering the code.

What Web server software is running on the machine? List the version, patches, and known bugs. Also, list how the Web server is configured, the root folder, how PHP is set up to work with the Web server, and any file permissions you've set. • What version of PHP was installed? List the version, the files installed, the folders in which they were installed, and any Registry settings that were set or created to support the PHP installation. • What configuration settings were set or changed (from the default) to install PHP?

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