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First web application, advice?

Postby mrnewbie » Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:24 am

- background info:

Php newbie (newbie in web development in general)
have my senior proposal to submit in 4 month.

- Problem which i need help with:

* I finished my web application design (using adobe). and i don't know how to proceed. i know it's time to code, but how can i link the code to the design i did ? like submit buttons, read data from db (i have knowledge in mysql/sql so queries and so on are fairly simple to handle)

* Is there a way i could get my menus to be dynamic instead of static? for example Insert,update,delete would affect the name of menus and their subsections ?

Thanks for your advice.

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Re: First web application, advice?

Postby kiash001 » Sat Mar 02, 2013 1:35 am

Everything is possible! Just write down.....................

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Re: First web application, advice?

Postby viper94x » Tue Mar 12, 2013 2:12 am

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Re: First web application, advice?

Postby seandisanti » Tue Mar 12, 2013 8:16 am has some good videos that may be able to help you out. The first one that you should check out is the example on using PDO.( ... o-examples ) that will show you how to create and use a database connection to update your page. It's only about 8 minutes long, but will save you hours in trial and error. beyond that, the way to get the best advice is with specific examples including code to re-create your runtime environment.

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