PHP Project For Beginners

PHP Project For Beginners

Most professional web based projects are structured, documented and executed using the AMP programming stack i.e. Apache as the Web server, MySQL Community Server as the data store and PHP as the programming environment of choice.

PHP Project For Beginners shows how to build and use the AMP programming stack to develop a structured, documented, modestly sized project. It walks you through building and documenting a Book Management and Sales System[featuring a Shopping cart integrated with a payment gateway].

Key Topics Features And Benefits
Apache 2.2

PHP 5.3

MySQL 5.5

jCart 1.2

jQuery 1.1.4

SwiftMailer 4.0.6

Serves as a ready reference, with several add-ons and technologies, covering modestly sized project containing a Back-end with Master and Transaction data entry forms and a Front-end with application homepage and the shopping cart all built using the PHP.

Illustrates real project documentation including Case Study, Business Requirements, Software Requirement Specifications, Data Dictionary, Table Definitions and Directory Structure, End User Manual and Software Design Document.

ISBN 10: 81-8404-844-5

ISBN 13: 978-81-8404-844-5

Edition: First


How to document:
o    Case Study
o    Business Requirements
o    Software Requirement Specifications
o    Data Dictionary, Table Definitions and Directory Structure
o    End User Manual
o    Software Design Document

How to implement the following technologies:
o    Shopping Cart [using jCart]
o    Payment Gateway for accepting payments using Credit Cards [Paypal Checkout]
o    Tag Clouds
o    Session Management
o    Search
o    Dispatch Emails [using SwiftMailer]
o    BLOB to store images and PDF files
o    Access based User Management
o    Restricted page access protection
o    jQuery [Ajax]
o    Text Suggest
o    Password Strength Indicator
o    RSS Feeds [using magpierss]
o    Captcha


Apache 2.2 Web Server
MySQL Community Server 5.5
PHP 5.3
Source code for the project demonstrated in this book