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Murach's PHP and MySQL (3rd Edition) 2017
Forums: Books Wiki Book Reviews. Book Preview when available From the publisher Official website Where to get it? Andrew Monkhouse. I like This book starts from the very basics, explaining what PHP is, and why you might want to develop with this; then gradually works through the process of setting up a web site. Once you are passed the very first chapter, the standard Murach format is followed: description of the new feature on the left-hand-page, and example code on the right. This makes it very simple to see how a function would be used in real life.
In the PHP and MySql you get the most basic understanding of database design and operation, incorporating a database into a web application; it's a great introduction and very useful to the new web application developer. Murach's MySql prepares you for a deeper understanding of the database server as a tool. Let's step into the weeds a bit and look at what you get: 1. First of all you get a great introduction to relational databases. This intro explains the basics of all relational databases and then introduces the MySql Workbench, the primary tool you will use to manage MySql. You will learn the basic Select, Insert, Update and Delete commands with the concurrent joins and subquery issues. You will also get an introduction to functions within Sql queries.