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The Web Book - Build Static and Dynamic Websites: A Beginner's Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Static and Dynamic Websites Paperback – April 4, 2013
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Riaz Ahmed is an IT professional with over twenty years of hard-earned experience. He started his career as a programmer in early 90's and is currently working as the head of IT with a reputed group of companies. His areas of interest are web-based development technologies. Prior to this book, he wrote “Create Rapid Web Applications Using Oracle Application Express” (which is listed on Oracle Corporation’s web site) and Implement Oracle Business Intelligence.
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This book does cover those three languages but more so on the back end of web development particularly PHP with MYSQL.
I found it an extremely useful book which gets straight to the technical aspects of how to do things. From learning each of these languages to setting up a website to provide products for customers, the registration process for new users, the purchasing workflow, the admin side of updating products, creating new admin accounts and viewing items purchased by customers and approving them. this is all done using your own machine as a test dev machine and you learn how to set this up as well.
This book shows you everything you need to know to setup a comprehensive backend for a website using PHP and MySQL, its not easy to learn initially but it does make sense as you continue to make progress studying the explanations as its explained very well. So it does require time to learn the code until you get it and then you have a pretty good foundation with understanding both frontend and backend website development.