Web Conference 2005
Writing PHP for ITS/ASET Web services
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PHP and the Current State of ITS Web Application Engines
Penn State Web 2005 Conference tutorial and lecture session by Jeff D'Angelo, Systems Analyst/Programmer, ITS
Pre-conference Tutorial: Information Science and Technology (IST) building, Room 203, 8 AM - 12 Noon. 4 hour lecture and hands-on laboratory
Conference Session: The Penn Stater Conference Hotel, Room 108, Break-Out Session 2 (11 - 12 AM), Penn State Systems and Services track. 1 hour lecture
Both presentations will be on the same content.
- Errata - Corrections and updates since the presentations (updated Thu Dec 3, 2020, 4:58:40 PM).
- What this session covers
- Tips on how to take this course
- The basic "What?"s - PHP and server-side programming
- Penn State ITS/ASET Web services - What do we provide? What is planned?
- Your first PHP script - how to invoke php.scripts.psu.edu; from HTML to PHP
- The PHP language in a nutshell - general language syntax, semantics, intro to programming, references
- Learning about server capabilities
- Basic Web form
- The POST method
- Email Form
- Saving Data Server-Side
- Saving Data Client-Side
- Security Controls - Identity management, authentication, authorization
Going From Here
If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.
Content by: Jeff D'Angelo <firstname.lastname@example.org> © 2005
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Last update on: Thu Dec 3, 2020, 4:58:40 PM