Why should you learn PHP when there are two many “better” languages available? It’s easy to learn. You can build practical web apps within a week of starting. Finally a huge number of legacy web apps such as WordPress, Drupal, and many of the open source projects that you download were coded in PHP. To be a professional you’ll need to have 5 or more languages under your belt, and although PHP may not be the one you end up preferring to use, it’s a good one to be comfortable with.
This project shows you how to parse (read) the nmap XML output file and turn ip addresses, mac addresses, hostnames, vendors and ports into PHP variable values and then print them out. Prerequisite Classes: Linux […]
You need to name your PHP files with a .php extension for them to work on your server. Past this you use the PHP Tags to trigger scripts within a web page. <?php print “Hello […]