PHP and PHP++ Language Course in faridabad
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CMC Limited a Tata Enterprise is a premier information technology company with an all India presence having CMMI Level -5 and ISO 9001-2000 certification for its R&D center & System Integration (NR group). The company was established by Govt of India in 1976 and Tata's took over in the year 2003. So, now it's part of TCS.
And various other e-governance projects for state governments like Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, etc
In addition to this, we offer Project Based Industrial Training especially on following domains

PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. CMC ACADEMY provides php++ training according to the current requirement of IT industry. PHP and MySQL Database Development and Administration is a practical hands-on course that covers the key and fundamental areas of the PHP Web scripting language and the development and administration of MySQL databases.
PHP is excellent for creating dynamic, database-driven Web sites. PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a tool that lets you create dynamic web pages. PHP - enabled web pages are treated just like a regular HTML pages and you can create and edit them the same way you normally create regular HTML pages.
PHP is a particularly useful programming language because it allows for advanced programming and is easy to integrate with web pages. Another plus of PHP is that the language interfaces very well with MySQL, a popular type of online database. MYSQL is a commercial grade database application that is made available free under the Open Source to anyone. Another plus of PHP is that it is Open Source Code.

The Basics of Creating a CMS with PHP:
When people want to build a website for someone, they usually need to create a
Content Management System (CMS) that allows the client to manage their own
content. And while there are thousands of prebuilt CMSes that can get the job
done, it can be very helpful to learn how to build one yourself.
What a CMS should do:
They don't have to be extremely difficult and should only do as much as needed.
If your grandmother wants a website to sell pies, then she only needs a way to
add, update and remove various flavors.
How a CMS should work:
There are two popular methods (that I'm aware of) for creating content
management systems. The first uses a separate area for all administrative
controls. This is my personal choice because it allows the admin area to scale
and provide more features.
The second is what I would call an inline approach, where all backend controls
are done inside the same frontend website. Implementing this approach it
helps keep your code DRY (don't repeat yourself) by keeping you from writing
the code to display pages and content twice.
Each of of these methods have their benefits and detriments. By separating the
administrative controls you have to rewrite most of the code to display the
content again. But, when using an inline approach it's difficult to add a page
to statistically show popular products (or pies). As a result, every website will need a
system tailored to improve the usability for the client.

Please feel free to contact us for any further clarifications.
Sakshi Arora

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