PHP Programming with PDO (Php Data Objects) Course
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This instructor-led live training is designed to provide participants to gain mastery on php programming with pdo (php data objects). You will learn the fundamentals of php programming with pdo (php data objects) and with greater emphasis on the functionality and application to your work or study.
The PHP Data Objects extension is currently included by default with installations of PHP 5.1. It is available for users of PHP 5.0 through PECL, but does not ship with the base package.
PDO uses features of PHP that were originally introduced in PHP 5.0. It is therefore not available for users of PHP 4.x and below.
PHP Data Objects has a number of significant differences to the MySQL interface used by most PHP applications on PHP 4.x and below:
Object-orientation. While the MySQL extension used a number of function calls that operated on a connection handle and result handles, the PDO extension has an object-oriented interface.
Database independence. The PDO extension, unlike the MySQL extension, is designed to be compatible with multiple databases with little effort on the part of the user, provided standard SQL is used in all queries.
Connections to the database are made with a Data Source Name, or DSN. A DSN is a string that contains all the information necessary to connect to a database, such as 'MySQL:dbname=test_dB'.
- How do I get it?
- Differences between PDO and the MySQL extension
- PHP Data Objects usage example
Course Category: PHP