Students will learn how to create and manipulate XML documents, as well as how to use AJAX to build interactive web pages that can communicate with web servers in the background. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of XML and AJAX programming, allowing them to create dynamic and responsive web applications.
Learn XML-AJAX – For Beginners Course Description
Course: Learn XML-AJAX – For Beginners
Learn to create interactive web applications using AJAX
Students learn to integrate XML/AJAX into their applications to seamlessly relay information from client-to-server.
We explore several methods to update page content, without page reload. This is the focal point of the course and is demonstrated through a variety of exercises and projects.
Students will have the opportunity to apply all their newly acquired skills to build a complete web application with a PHP/AJAX validated registration form, member’s access area, and encrypted authentication page using a login form. The project will also explore how to create a web based contact form and submit the data to an email address via SMTP using the PHPMailer Library.
What you’ll learn – Overview:
- XML Schema
- Parsing XML Files
- AJAX Search Suggest Function
- AJAX Database Select Menu
- Database Integration with AJAX
- AJAX Call Functions
- Creating Validated PHP Forms using AJAX
- Encrypting a Web Session
- Creating Login Authentication forms using AJAX & PHP
- Installing PhpMailer for Email Transmission
- Introduction to XML
- XML Basics
- XML Schema
- XML Parsing
- XML Parsing Continued
- Introduction to AJAX
- Search Suggest
- AJAX l Database Select Menu Tutorial
XML Defined (Wikipedia):
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable.
- Basic knowledge of PHP & MySQL
- Basic Computer Skills