There are a lot of good books out there, I could make you a list. But to save trees and some money, I would suggest you start with this series of tutorials: [url]http://devzone.zend.com/article/627[/url]
It's well written and you'll learn the basics fast and write code as you go, which is … Read More
As a fresher you will be confuse what to read and from where?
As a starter you can learn below points from Google.
- Refer basic functions like echo, print, exit, die, mail, implode, explode, count.
echo and exit will be useful for debug your output.
- How to submit … Read More
I always try to warn anybody new to PHP to beware of the problems that I encountered when I first started.
PHP is easy. Too easy. You code some rubbish, and it works (after a fashion). Before long you're 'coding' complicated stuff with the use of about 10 different built-in … Read More
Follow examples. Try to keep your code tight, but allow it be flexible and scalable. Avoid needless loops especially nested ones. Having said that, using [B]arrays[/B] could save you a lot of repetitive coding.
One thing I'd suggest is: spend some time learning [B]SQL[/B]. The performance gains here can be … Read More