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Comprehensive PHP + MySQL + Javascript guide?

irmscherirmscher Posts: 3Member
So I would like to ask for some advice from experienced guys who has already passed this learning curve:

Is there a book or a video guide that teaches you PHP + MySQL + Javascript using a lot of REAL WORLD examples

By real world examples I mean taking those pieces of code that author provides as a reference and show how they would work in a web application ND what exactly do i need them for.

That is minimum plain theory without practical backup

Thanks a lot in advance guys!

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  • paulens123paulens123 Posts: 4Member
    Hi, the best tutorials for ALL things related to web development is in w3schools.com
    It has lots of examples and the explanation is excellent! I learned it from there... it's awesome :) And if you will want to know more later, they have a reference, however, it doesn't include EVERYTHING, so sometimes you'll need to use php.net references (I prefer w3schools reference because it's much better explained).
  • paulens123paulens123 Posts: 4Member
    Hi, the best tutorials for ALL things related to web development is in w3schools.com
    It has lots of examples and the explanation is excellent! I learned it from there... it's awesome :) And if you will want to know more later, they have a reference, however, it doesn't include EVERYTHING, so sometimes you'll need to use php.net references (I prefer w3schools reference because it's much better explained).
    (sorry for double-post, my internet lagged, and now I can't delete it)
  • kowaskykowasky Posts: 1Member
    Yeah, I agree... w3schools.com is the best

    Take a look also here:

    [link=http://websiteinstallation.net]How to make a website[/link]
  • Hi-TechITO1Hi-TechITO1 Posts: 16Member
    The best tutorials on everything related to web development is w3schools.com
    It has many great examples and explanations! I learned there ... is awesome :) And if you want to know later, there is a link, but does not cover everything, so sometimes you have to use references php.net (W3Schools reference rather because it is much better explained)

    [link=http://www.hitechito.com/technology/php-framework/php-development/php-web-development.php]PHP Web Development[/link]
    [link=http://www.hitechito.com/technology/microsoft-technologies/net-development/asp-net-development.php]ASP.Net Web Development[/link]
  • paulens123paulens123 Posts: 4Member
    the link you gave isn't a tutorial... actually, it's totally useless. they just install scripts like wordpress for you... you can do that yourself: just upload the files to your web server and that's it, you're done... and you can do MUCH MORE stuff without those scripts. if you want a good website, make it yourself. those scripts were designed for people who don't know web languages and still want to put some information on the internet.
  • paulens123paulens123 Posts: 4Member
    the link you gave isn't a tutorial... actually, it's totally useless. they just install scripts like wordpress for you... you can do that yourself: just upload the files to your web server and that's it, you're done... and you can do MUCH MORE stuff without those scripts. if you want a good website, make it yourself. those scripts were designed for people who don't know web languages and still want to put some information on the internet.
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