Short Course Lecture, Apr 02, 2008, 02:00PM - 03:00PM, Wachman 447

Short Course Lecture, Apr 02, 2008, 02:00PM - 03:00PM, Wachman 447


PHP and AJAX Development (Part 1)


Henry Paradiz

Web development solutions sought by today’s companies demands rich and dynamic web applications. PHP and AJAX help meet this demand not only by delivering solutions but doing so with code that can scale to meet any demand.

Some of today’s most highly trafficked sites, such as Facebook and Wikipedia, use mainly PHP and AJAX in their day to day website operations. With PHP and AJAX both being free and open source the startup costs of using these technologies is essentially free.

The limits of what you can do with PHP and AJAX are limited only by the browser and with the pending release of Firefox 3 and Internet Explorer 8 this fall, those limits are yet again going to be expanded. Come learn how to build websites using the forefront of Web development technology.

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