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PHP - Hypertext Preprocessor. Yaron Benita De Paul University. PHP Hypertext Preprocessor . Introduction History Language syntax Advantages. What is PHP. An established server-side, cross-platform embedded HTML scripting language for creating dynamic Web pages.

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PHP - Hypertext Preprocessor

Yaron Benita

De Paul University


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PHP Hypertext Preprocessor

  • Introduction

  • History

  • Language syntax

  • Advantages


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What is PHP

An established server-side, cross-platform embedded HTML scripting language for creating dynamic Web pages.

PHP provides many features that commercial entities are looking for.


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PHP Advantages

  • Exceptionally short learning curve

  • Quick development time

  • Very high performance

  • supports all major platforms (UNIX, Windows and even mainframes).

  • Features native support for most popular databases


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Intranet Design Magazine

"PHP was built with the needs of Web developers in mind... Unlike other cumbersome, overhead-laden approaches, PHP is lightweight and focused on the Web - where it can solve complex problem scenarios quicker and more easily than comparable technologies."


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History of PHP

  • 1994 - PHP was conceived sometimes in the Fall of 1994 by Rasmus Lerdorf

  • 1995 - PHP/FI Version 2. ( Introducing mySql data base)

  • 1997 – approximately 50,000 web sites. Introducing PHP Version 3.

    (Zeev Suraski and Andi Gutmans )

  • 2000 – PHP 4 was introduced, using “Zend” scripting engine. ( 5.1 million web sites. )


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PHP-Enabled Web Pages

  • Treated just like regular HTML pages and you can create and edit them the same way you normally create regular HTML pages.

  • As simple as HTML files with a whole new family of magical tags that let you do all sorts of things.


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Simple Example:

File name : Hello.php

<html><head><title>PHP Test</title></head><body><?php echo "Hello World<p>"; ?></body></html>


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PHP Language

  • Condition statements, loop statements, arrays ...

  • Built in libraries. (sorting, list, queue..)

  • Functions.

  • Classes. ( Objects, Inheritance .. )

  • String Manipulation. ( Perl )

  • Built in support for encryption/Decryption functions.( MD5, DES, …)


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More on PHP Language:

  • Text files manipulation. ( Read, write, ..)

  • Supports java objects, COM

    objects ...

  • Sessions, cookies …


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A More Useful Example

  • <?php echo $HTTP_USER_AGENT; ?>

    Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT 5.0)

  • <?php phpinfo(); ?>

    A list of all the global variables.


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Using if Statements

<?phpif(strstr($HTTP_USER_AGENT,"MSIE")) {?><center><b>You are using Internet Explorer</b></center><?} else { ?><center><b>You are not using Internet Explorer</b></center><?} ?>


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Dealing with Forms

  • One of the most powerful features of PHP is the way it handles HTML forms

  • Any form element in a form will automatically result in a variable with the same name as the element being created on the target page.


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FORM Example:

  • HTML Page:

    <form action="action.php" method="post">Your name: <input type="text" name="name">You age: <input type="text" name="age"><input type="submit"></form>

  • action.php.

    Hi <?php echo $name; ?>.You are <?php echo $age; ?> years old.


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Database Support

  • mySQL - PHP and MySQL work very well together, in addition to the speed and features of each individual tool.

  • PHP is open-source, and offers excellent connectivity to most of today's common databases including Oracle, Sybase, MySQL, ODBC (and others).

  • PHP also offers integration with various external libraries which enable the developer to do anything from generating PDF documents to parsing XML.


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MySQL Example

  • Connect to MySQL.

  • Send a query.

  • Print a table heading.

  • Print table rows until end of the table has been reached.


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MySQL Example

<?php $conn = mysql_connect("localhost", “yaron", ""); $res = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM users", $conn); $header_printed = false; print "<TABLE>\n"; do { $data = mysql_fetch_array($res); // Retrieve the next row of data. if (!is_array($data)) {         break;     }


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MySQL Example (continue)

if (!$header_printed) {         print " <TR>"; reset($data);         while (list($name, $value) = each($data)) {             print "  <TH>$name</TH>\n" }         print " </TR>\n"; $header_printed = true;     }     print " <TR>\n";     print "  <TD>"; print implode("</TD>\n  <TD>", $data);     print " </TR>\n"; } while ($data); print "</TABLE>\n"; ?>


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Reasons for Using PHP

  • Speed and robustness.

  • Superior Memory Management

  • No Hidden Costs with PHP

  • Integration with MySQL database.

  • Closer to Java/C++ Style of Programming.

  • No Show Stopper Bugs.

  • Cross Platform Migration Strategy.


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Where to Find More…

  • PHP Homepage: http://www.php.net

  • PHP-to-MySQL database tutorial: http://www.devshed.com/ resource/advanced/php3/intro/index.html

  • Zend.com: http://www.Zend.com/