By W Jason Gilmore
- Written for the budding net developer looking for a strong, inexpensive answer for development versatile, dynamic websites.
- Essentially 3 books in a single: presents thorough introductions to the Hypertext Preprocessor language and the MySQL database, and exhibits you the way those applied sciences should be successfully built-in to construct strong web pages.
- Provides over 500 code examples, together with real-world initiatives similar to developing an auto-login function, sending HTML-formatted email, trying out password guessability, and importing documents through an online interface.
- Updated for MySQL five, contains new chapters introducing triggers, saved approaches, and perspectives.
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The right way to strengthen complicated and effective web functions with Ext JS
About This Book
Build a whole program with Ext JS from scratch to the creation build
Excellent counsel and tips to make your net functions stand out
Written in an enticing and easy-to-follow conversational type, with sensible examples protecting the server aspect in addition to MySQL
Who This e-book Is For
This publication may help you to make use of Ext JS to its complete strength and may provide help to create an entire Ext JS software from scratch.
You'll commence by way of studying how one can create the project's constitution, splash display, login display, dynamic menus, open monitors dynamically and master-detail grids, and lots more and plenty extra. additionally, you will find out how to export info to Excel together with PDFs and photographs, whereas continually protecting top practices in mind.
Following this, you'll observe the right way to use the MVC structure, the recent MVVM. subsequent, you'll how one can customise topics and the way to arrange the appliance to be prepared for deployment upon completion.
By the top of the publication, you may have realized every thing you want to recognize to really grasp Ext JS and begin construction complex functions.
In today’s IT surroundings, harried procedure directors are discovering themselves extra overworked than ever. This publication is helping them regain a number of the misplaced time spent developing and checking out shell scripts, and publications readers via greater than a hundred and fifty much-needed and sensible real-world examples. simply because all scripts present in this publication are POSIX (Portable working procedure Interface)-compliant, they're supported through all significant shell versions, together with Bash, Zsh and sh, between others.
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- Ext JS in action
- HTML5 Game Programming with enchant.js
Additional resources for Beginning PHP and MySQL 5: From Novice to Professional
Serialize_precision (integer) Scope: PHP_INI_ALL; Default value: 100 The serialize_precision directive determines the number of digits stored after the floating point when doubles and floats are serialized. Setting this to an appropriate value ensures that the precision is not potentially lost when the numbers are later unserialized. allow_call_time_pass_reference (On, Off) Scope: PHP_INI_SYSTEM; Default value: On Function arguments can be passed in two ways: by value and by reference. Exactly how each argument is passed to a function at function call time can be specified in the function definition, which is the recommended means for doing so.
Net/. Keep in mind that some of the versions made available via this Web site are not intended for production use. The Installation Process Because PHP is the primary focus of this chapter, not the Apache server, any significant discussion of the many features made available to you during the Apache build process is beyond the scope of this chapter. For additional information regarding these features, take some time to peruse the Apache documentation, or pick up a copy of Pro Apache, Third Edition by Peter Wainwright (Apress, 2004).
Obviously, you should leave this enabled if you plan to use PHP. X is still in widespread use. One of the reasons for the protracted upgrade cycle is due to some incompatibilities between PHP 4 and 5. ze1_compatibility_mode directive allows PHP 4 applications to run without issue in version 5. Therefore, if you’d like to use a PHP 4–specific application on a PHP 5–driven server, look to this directive. CHAPTER 2 ■ INSTALLING AND CONFIGURING APACHE AND PHP short_open_tag (On, Off) Scope: PHP_INI_ALL; Default value: On PHP script components are enclosed within escape syntax.
Beginning PHP and MySQL 5: From Novice to Professional by W Jason Gilmore