We've covered a lot of material in the three parts of PHP for Beginners. Today we are wrapping up Part 3, on databases. This week's tutorials are more focused on the PHP side of things, taking a look at PHP function arguments and query parameters, along with an example of how PHP function scope works. We finish up this series with a very important lesson on SQL injection attacks, and how to make your PHP database code secure.
This week's tutorials are:
- Optional PHP Function Arguments
- PHP Query Parameters
- PHP Function Scope
- Preventing SQL Injection Attacks with Prepared Statements
We're changing pace a bit next week as we kick off a brand new series, Testing Drupal 7 with SimpleTest. Learn how to implement automated testing in your next Drupal project.