Career in  PHP 


PHP is an open-source, interpreted, and object-oriented scripting language that can be executed at the server-side. PHP is well suited for web development. Therefore, it is used to develop web applications (an application that executes on the server and generates the dynamic page.).


PHP was created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994 but appeared in the market in 1995. PHP 7.4.0 is the latest version of PHP, which was released on 28 November


  • PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor.
  • PHP is an interpreted language, i.e., there is no need for compilation.
  • PHP is faster than other scripting languages, for example, ASP and JSP.
  • PHP is a server-side scripting language, which is used to manage the dynamic content of the website.
  • PHP can be embedded into HTML.
  • PHP is an object-oriented language.
  • PHP is an open-source scripting language.
  • PHP is simple and easy to learn language.


PHP training is one of the best ways for students and graduates who want to build their career in Web Development in the IT industry. PHP is a server-side web scripting language and this is an ‘Open Source Technology’. PHP is the most widely used web programming language across the world and almost all medium sized and MultiNational IT companies work on PHP technologies. PHP along with the MySQL database is used to build database driven, dynamic and interactive websites and applications.

PHP Development Opportunities:

PHP is a versatile language used for both back-end and full-stack development. This means you can find opportunities in various web development areas:

  • Back-End Development: As a PHP back-end developer, you'll focus on the server-side logic of web applications. This involves writing code that interacts with databases, handles user requests, and generates dynamic web page content.
  • Full-Stack Development: If you enjoy both front-end and back-end development, you can become a full-stack developer. Here, you'll use PHP for the back-end and likely combine it with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to handle the front-end user interface as well.
  • Content Management Systems (CMS): Popular CMS platforms like WordPress and Drupal are built on PHP. If you're interested in content management, you can specialize in developing themes and plugins for these platforms.
  • E-commerce Development: Many e-commerce platforms utilize PHP. You can develop online stores using frameworks like Magento or WooCommerce, both built with PHP.

Course Objective 

On completion of PHP training course, the student will be able to - 


  • Develop websites and applications using PHP technologies and open source content management systems, which are being used nowadays. 

  • Explore detailed functionalities, PHP architecture and design available. 

  • Gathering and analyzing PHP functionalities required by the client. 

  • Use JavaScript and AJAX in order to get attractive user interface for the application. 

  • Complete and deploy PHP website or application on the live server or cloud to show during interviews or potential clients.


How to Use PHP?

There are three major things needed to code effectively in PHP:

  1. PHP Parser: The parser takes PHP code and analyses it, outputting a respective syntax tree that puts the source into an easier to read format for machines to understand
  2. Web Server: The server is the program that will execute your PHP files to form webpages
  3. Web Browser: The browser will allow you to view the PHP page through the server, in the same way as with any other content on the web





Date : 07 Dec, 2019

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