RAPID LEARNING PHP APIS
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RAPID LEARNING PHP APIS

About the Book

Info

This book explains how to use some of the avaialable PHP Application Programming Interfaces (API).

Book requiers from reader to be familiar with PHP Programming Language.

 

Book content

This book is collection of standalone tutorials.

This means that each tutorial contains minimum amount of code needed to explain specific functionality.

This is in contrast to building a single application where each new functionality is added on top of already explained ones.

Each tutorial has minimum amount of supporting text making emphasis on the code example to do the explaining.

 

How to use this book

This book can be used as an introduction to some of the PHP APIs covering their basic functionalities.

Book is intended as Just In Time Support so that user can learn what it needs when it needs it.

This is why tutorials are standalone and minimalistic focusing only at one problem at the time.

About the Author

Ivor Online
Ivor Online

WHY TUTORIALS?

"Things are only as complicated as they are badly explained" 

Proper documentation is essential to avoid struggle and frustration when working with simple things that only seem complicated by not being properly documented and explained. 

 

WHAT KIND OF TUTORIALS?

"Working example is worth thousand words"

Just like the picture is worth thousand words the same goes for the working example. Documentation in the form of working examples is proved to be the fastest and the most effective way of transferring knowledge. Sometimes an example is all you need to get the things done. And if there are some accompanying comments that explain what is going on even better. This approach is used in this book. This results in fast learning and the ability to apply tutorials when you need them in the spirit of Just In Time Support. 

I wish you rapid learning!

www.ivoronline.com

 

 

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

 

1.1      Create PHP Application

1.1.1        Create PHP Console Application

1.1.2        Create PHP Web Application

 

2. Data Base

 

2.1      Access

2.1.1        Connect

2.1.2        Select

2.1.3        Update

2.1.4        Insert

2.1.5        Delete

2.1.6        Create Table

2.2      Oracle

2.2.1        Connect

2.2.2        Select

2.2.2.1         From Dual

2.2.2.2         From Table

2.2.2.3         Prepared Statement

2.2.3        Insert

2.2.3.1         Prepared Statement

2.2.4        Update

2.2.4.1         Prepared Statement

2.2.5        Delete

2.2.5.1         Prepared Statement

2.3      MySQL

2.3.1        Connect

2.3.2        Select

2.3.3        Insert

2.3.4        Delete

2.3.5        Update

2.4      MySQLi

2.4.1        Connect

2.4.2        Select

2.4.2.1         String Statement

2.4.2.2         Prepared Statements

2.4.2.2.1      bindParam()

2.4.3        Delete

2.4.3.1         String Statement

2.4.3.2         Prepared Statements

2.4.3.2.1      bind_param()

2.4.4        Insert

2.4.4.1         String Statement

2.4.4.2         Prepared Statements

2.4.4.2.1      bind_param()

2.4.5        Update

2.4.5.1         String Statement

2.4.5.2         Prepared Statements

2.4.5.2.1      bind_param()

2.5      ADODB

2.5.1        Install

2.5.2        Connect

2.5.3        Select

2.5.3.1         String Statement

2.5.3.2         Prepared Statements

2.5.3.2.1      array()

2.5.4        Insert

2.5.4.1         String Statement

2.5.4.2         Prepared Statements

2.5.4.2.1      array()

2.5.5        Delete

2.5.5.1         String Statement

2.5.5.2         Prepared Statements

2.5.5.2.1      array()

2.5.6        Update

2.5.6.1         String Statement

2.5.6.2         Prepared Statements

2.5.6.2.1      array()

2.6      PDO

2.6.1        Connect

2.6.2        Insert

2.6.2.1         String Statement

2.6.2.2         Prepared Statements

2.6.2.2.1      array()

2.6.2.2.2      bindValue()

2.6.2.2.3      bindParam()

2.6.3        Delete

2.6.3.1         String Statement

2.6.3.2         Prepared Statements

2.6.3.2.1      array()

2.6.3.2.2      bindValue()

2.6.3.2.3      bindParam()

2.6.4        Update

2.6.4.1         String Statement

2.6.4.2         Prepared Statements

2.6.4.2.1      array()

2.6.4.2.2      bindValue()

2.6.4.2.3      bindParam()

2.6.5        Select

2.6.5.1         String Statement

2.6.5.2         Prepared Statements

2.6.5.2.1      array()

2.6.5.2.2      bindValue()

2.6.5.2.3      bindParam()

2.6.5.3         Return records

2.6.5.3.1      FETCH_ASSOC

2.6.5.3.2      FETCH_NUM

2.6.5.3.3      FETCH_BOTH

2.6.5.3.4      FETCH_OBJ

2.6.5.3.5      FETCH_CLASS

2.6.5.3.6      FETCH_FUNC

2.7      Doctrine DBAL

2.7.1        Install

2.7.1.1         By using Composer

2.7.1.2         By using PEAR

2.7.1.3         By using GIT

2.7.1.4         By downloading package

2.7.2        Connect

2.7.2.1         SQLite

2.7.2.2         MySQL

2.7.3        Insert

2.7.3.1         String Statement

2.7.3.2         Prepared Statement - With named placeholders

2.7.3.3         Prepared Statement - With positional placeholders

2.7.4        Select

2.7.4.1         String Statement

2.7.4.2         Prepared Statement - With named placeholders

2.7.4.3         Prepared Statement - With positional placeholders

2.7.5        Update

2.7.5.1         String statement

2.7.5.2         Prepared Statement - With named placeholders

2.7.5.3         Prepared Statement - With positional placeholders

2.7.6        Delete

2.7.6.1         String Statement

2.7.6.2         Prepared Statement - With named placeholders

2.7.6.3         Prepared Statement - With positional placeholders

2.7.7        Transaction

2.8      Doctrine ORM

2.8.1        Install by using Composer

2.8.2        Test

2.8.3        Create Doctrine ORM Project

2.8.4        Repository

2.8.4.1         Insert

2.8.4.2         Retrieve

2.8.4.3         Delete

2.8.4.4         Update

2.8.5        DQL

2.8.5.1         Select

2.8.5.2         Insert

2.8.5.3         Update

2.8.5.4         Delete

2.8.6        Tools

2.8.6.1         orm:generate-entities

2.8.6.2         orm:convert-mapping

2.8.6.3         orm:schema-tool

2.8.7        Examples

2.8.7.1         CreateSchema

2.8.7.2         Convert Entities

2.9      RedBeanPHP

2.9.1        Install

2.9.2        Create RedBeanPHP Application

2.9.3        Connect to DB

2.9.3.1         SQLite

2.9.3.2         PostgreSQL

2.9.4        CRUD

2.9.4.1         Create

2.9.4.2         Retrieve

2.9.4.3         Update

2.9.4.4         Delete

2.9.5        Find

2.9.5.1         Find

2.9.5.2         Find - With Placeholders

2.9.5.3         Find - With Placeholders - For IN-queries

2.9.5.4         Find - With Named Slots

2.9.5.5         Find One

2.9.5.6         Find All

2.9.5.7         Find Collection

2.9.5.8         Find or Create

2.9.6        SQL

2.9.6.1         Update

2.9.6.2         Delete

2.9.6.3         Insert

2.9.6.4         Select

2.9.6.4.1      getAll()

2.9.6.4.2      getRow()

2.9.6.4.3      getCol()

2.9.6.4.4      getCell()

2.9.6.4.5      getAssoc()

2.9.6.4.6      convertToBeans()

2.9.7        Database

2.9.7.1         Get table columns

2.9.7.2         Get all tables

2.9.7.3         Transaction methods

2.9.7.4         Transaction closure

2.9.7.5         Logging

2.9.8        Relations

2.9.8.1         One-to-many

2.9.8.2         One-to-many - Exclusive mode

2.9.8.3         Many-to-one

2.9.8.4         Many-to-many

2.9.8.5         Many-to-many using via()

2.9.8.6         Filter and order

 

3. XML

 

3.1      XML_Beautifier

3.1.1        Install

3.1.2        Format XML File

3.1.3        Format XML String

3.1.4        Format XML String with Options

 

4. Web Services

 

4.1      SOAP Extension

4.1.1        WSDL

4.1.2        SOAP Messages

4.1.3        Exception handling

4.1.4        Examples

4.1.4.1         Create Server & Client

4.1.4.1.1      Server from Class and Client from WSDL

4.1.4.1.2      Server from Function and Client without WSDL

4.1.4.2         Return Object or Array  or Hash as anyType

4.1.4.3         Return Object as <complexType>

4.1.4.3.1      Simple

4.1.4.3.2      Nested

4.1.4.4         Code Snippets

4.2      PHP2WSDL

4.2.1        Install

4.2.2        Example

 

5. Web Forms

 

5.1      HTML_QuickForm

5.1.1        Install

5.1.2        Create Form

5.1.3        Filters

5.1.4        Rules

5.1.4.1         Example

5.1.5        Get Field Values

5.1.5.1         getSubmitValues()

5.1.5.2         process()

5.1.5.3         exportvalue()

5.1.6        Autocomplete Field

5.1.7        Summery

 

6. Authentication

 

6.1      Auth

6.1.1        Install

6.1.2        Examples

6.1.2.1         CustomAuthContainer

6.2      Auth_HTTP

6.2.1        Install

6.2.2        Database Authentication

 

7. Templating Engines

 

7.1      Smarty

7.1.1        Install

7.1.2        Create Web Page

7.1.3        Syntax

7.1.3.1         Comments

7.1.3.2         Variable Modifiers

 

8. Errors

 

8.1      Access

8.1.1        Invalid directory or filepath

8.2      MySQL

8.2.1        Call to undefined function mysql_connect()

8.2.2        Unable to load dynamic library 'C:\php\php_mysql.dll'

8.3      Doctrine

8.3.1        [PDOException] could not find driver

8.3.2        General error: 1 table addresses already exists

8.3.3        PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'C:\php5\php_pdo_sqlite.dll'

8.3.4        fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git

8.3.5        Call to undefined function Doctrine\Common\Cache\apc_fetch()

8.3.6        General error: 1 table users already exists

8.3.7        General error: 1 no such table: users

8.4      ReadBeanPHP

8.4.1        Could not connect to database

8.4.2        Unable to load dynamic library

8.5      SOAP Extension

8.5.1        SOAP-ERROR: Parsing WSDL: No location associated with <port>

8.6      PHP2WSDL

8.6.1        WSDL generated with errors

8.7      Auth_HTTP

8.7.1        Errors – Fatal error: Class 'DB' not found

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