Requirements: No programming experience, at least 12 years old
Duration: 22 hours and 50 minutes
Standards: K-12 Computer Science Framework Core Concepts and Practices * Algorithms and Programming - Collaborating Around Computing - Recognizing and Defining Computational Problems - Developing and Using Abstractions - Creating Computational Artifacts - Testing and Refining Computational Artifacts
An Introduction to Basic PHP Programming
PHP is the most popular programming language on the Web. When you read an entry on Wikipedia, create a blog with WordPress, or log in to your Facebook account, PHP does the work for you. If you want to learn the programming language that majority of websites run on, then this is the course for you.
An Introduction to Basic PHP Programming is intended for anyone with no experience in programming and those who are starting out with PHP. The main objective of this course is to give the learners a basic yet practical knowledge of PHP. The topics are straightforward and practical. They are built on top of each other so that learners can have a functional understanding of every lesson before they move on to the next. This also allows learners to easily transition to the more advanced lessons. The course covers essential PHP lessons such as displaying strings with echo, conditional statements, and creating and calling functions.