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Introduction to WordPress Plugin Development with PHP

WordPress is the most popular content management system on the web. Over 60 million websites use WordPress, from your neighbor’s blog about goldfish to premium enterprise sites like CNN and Time. Like PHP, the scripting language that it is built upon, WordPress isn’t perfect, but if you work in PHP long enough, you’re going to need to know how to work in WP.

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PHP and MySQL: Working with Google Maps

Maps are perfect examples of modern web philosophy, visually representing data and also taking advantage of the mobile web by allowing sites and apps to be customized by location. Not every web application needs maps, but they can enhance many of them. Just as it has with search, Google has all but cornered the market in online mapping.

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PHP Basics: Forms

Even today, in the age of apps and streaming video, HTML remains the backbone of the browsable web. But unless you want a static, brochure-type website, you’ll need at least one scripting language to add dynamic content and functionality on top of your HTML. This is the latest in a series of tutorials here on covering the basics of PHP programming.

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PHP Basics: Connecting and Working with a MySQL Database

PHP is a powerful and flexible language on its own, but one of its real strengths is its integration with MySQL, an open-source database package. Like PHP, MySQL is used in some of the most popular content software on the web, including WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla. By connecting your PHP script with a MySQL database, you’ll be able to create truly dynamic data-driven websites and apps.

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Introduction to PHP

PHP is one of the most used languages on the web today, and one that every web developer should have in their arsenal. This post will serve as an introduction to PHP. If you have ever programmed in another language, or have a basic understanding of HTML and the web

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