What is ASP?
What can ASP do for you?
How to install ASP on your own computer
Your First ASP Page
Functions and Subprocedures
How to process the data submitted from HTML form
How to Connect to Database using a Connection String
ADO and ADO.NET Connection Strings
How to Connect to Database with a DSN
How to set up a system DSN
How to Connect to a MS SQL Server Database
How to Connect to a MySQL Database
What is PHP?
What can php do for you?
How to install and configure PHP 5 on Windows box
Your first PHP Script
Using Cookies in PHP
Dynamic Image Generation
Sending Email (Text/HTML/Attachments)
Working with Directories
Blocking access to the login page after three unsuccessful login attempts
How to Encrypt Passwords in the Database
How to Create CAPTCHA Protection using PHP and AJAX
How to Get the Current Page URL
Export Database Schema as XML
Create Thumbnail Images using PHP
Using Regular Expressions with PHP
Reading the ‘clean’ text from DOCX and ODT with PHP
PHP: Reading the “clean” text from RTF
Reading the “clean” text from PDF with PHP
Debugging PHP with Xdebug
Creating Word, Excel and CSV files with PHP
Record locking in Web applications
jQuery File Upload
How to create a dump of MySQL database in one click
Bike – drop in phpMyAdmin replacement
How to be a better PHP developer
SQL is a computer language aimed at accessing, manipulating, and querying data stored in relational databases. SQL is used by relational database technologies such as Oracle, Microsoft Access, SQL Server, Sybase and others.
In this section you will find general information about Structured Query Language, learn how to use SQL, read articles and tutorials and try to execute your SQL queries using the on-line SQL interpreter.
MySQL is the most popular open source database server in the world. The advantages of using MySQL are fast performance, high reliability and ease of use.
Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database server, developed by Microsoft