Join Date May 2006 Location Sydney, Australia - Near the coast. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I'd need to think about whether mine was nearer in structure to your too, but I know it's not quite as concise.
Sure, you knew all about that, since you are very security aware. This video explaining XXXSS attacks is so awesome, that after seeing it you may be tempted to start using NoScript: This is like server-side processing using PHP. Ask a question usually answered in minutes! share|improve this answer answered Nov 28 '10 at 17:50 bmb 4,01512548 1 +1 Aye, a fundamental point to understand.
As mentioned by the other answers, they are commonly used for server-side and client-side scripting respectively. I put the question here because I saw a lot of jobs, on freelancer websites, for php, mysql, jquery and not js. Trending What is the best programming language to start with? 25 answers While loop help? 17 answers How can I create a website that is completely free? 13 answers More questions This is fine for a modern Firefox or Google Chrome, but how about old Internet Explorers?
can php make video chat? share|improve this answer answered Nov 29 '10 at 8:04 Vasanth 9419 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign I just ask yahoo answers... Image resizing, saving files on the server, database queries, e-mailing, PDF generation, secure login systems, RSS parsing, SOAP calls to web services, anything where you cannot trust the client (because the
You can even create simple (but effective) animated effects. Learning both is time well spent I say. Is calling a function with local side-effects twice in the same expression undefined behavior? can php build apps with async background processing?
This means that your website should still work, albeit less conveniently or pretty. So all you need is to run it on a Server and there's no more need for PHP, how do we do that? can php make simple calculator that behaves like a real 99 cent one?
A lot of web development is done on applications that consist of lists, forms and buttons (administrative applications). Each therapeut will login and put his bookings there. can php underpin drag and drop applications? They are extremely useful but if you focus on learning jQuery you might not learn about them for a pretty long time.