Learning SQL — Part Six: AJAX, PHP, JavaScript and Printing Data After the Page is Loaded

So we’ve learned how to create webpages, style them, add content and change the page. Now it’s time to start learning SQL, Standard Query Language, and how we can use databases to bring dynamic data to the page. Today we’ll go over we can use AJAX, PHP and JavaScript to get data from the database […]

Learning SQL — Part Five: Connecting the Database with PHP

So we’ve learned how to create webpages, style them, add content and change the page. Now it’s time to start learning SQL, Standard Query Language, and how we can use databases to bring dynamic data to the page. Today we’ll go over how to connect PHP and our MySQL database so that we can get […]

Learning SQL — Part Four: Joining Tables Together

So we’ve learned how to create webpages, style them, add content and change the page. Now it’s time to start learning SQL, Standard Query Language, and how we can use databases to bring dynamic data to the page. Today we’ll go over how you can join tables so that you can get important data out […]

Learning SQL — Part Three: Table Relationships

So we’ve learned how to create webpages, style them, add content and change the page. Now it’s time to start learning SQL, Standard Query Language, and how we can use databases to bring dynamic data to the page. Today we’ll go over table relationships, primary keys, unique values and auto_increment to make your database connected […]

Learning SQL — Part Two: Creating, Reading, Updating and Deleting Table Rows

So we’ve learned how to create webpages, style them, add content and change the page. Now it’s time to start learning SQL, Standard Query Language, and how we can use databases to bring dynamic data to the page. Today we’ll go over how you can create, read, update and delete table rows in SQL.

Learning SQL — Part One: What SQL is, creating databases and tables

So we’ve learned how to create webpages, style them, add content and change the page. Now it’s time to start learning SQL, Standard Query Language, and how we can use databases to bring dynamic data to the page. Today we’ll start by going over what SQL is and how to create databases and tables.

Learning JavaScript — Part Six: JSON

So now we know how to create webpages, add content to them and style the page. Now it’s time to learn how to change things on the page. And we do that with JavaScript. JavaScript is a programming language that resides in the browser, and it’s how things move, appear, disappear and do other things […]

Learning JavaScript — Part Five: jQuery

So now we know how to create webpages, add content to them and style the page. Now it’s time to learn how to change things on the page. And we do that with JavaScript. JavaScript is a programming language that resides in the browser, and it’s how things move, appear, disappear and do other things […]

Learning JavaScript — Part Three: DOM, Getting and Changing Elements

So now we know how to create webpages, add content to them and style the page. Now it’s time to learn how to change things on the page. And we do that with JavaScript. JavaScript is a programming language that resides in the browser, and it’s how things move, appear, disappear and do other things […]

Learning JavaScript — Part Two: Dates, Libraries and Debugging

So now we know how to create webpages, add content to them and style the page. Now it’s time to learn how to change things on the page. And we do that with JavaScript. JavaScript is a programming language that resides in the browser, and it’s how things move, appear, disappear and do other things […]

Learning JavaScript — Part One: Differences between JavaScript and PHP

So now we know how to create webpages, add content to them and style the page. Now it’s time to learn how to change things on the page. And we do that with JavaScript. JavaScript is a programming language that resides in the browser, and it’s how things move, appear, disappear and do other things […]

Learning PHP — Part Six: Classes, Objects and Object-Oriented Programming

Now we know how to create a webpage and style it, so let’s move on to adding dynamic content to the page. And we do that with PHP, or PHP Hypertext Processor. This is how you can grab data from files or a database, loop through the data and display it in any way possible. […]