MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 56 lectures (3h 28m) | Size: 2.32 GB
Build Pizza Ordering Website Using PHP From Scratch
What you'll learn
Create Pizza Restaurant Website Using PHP
Setting up PHP environment
Working on the user-interface
How to create a database
How to get meals from database
How to add meals to cart
How to remove meals from cart
How to increase and decrease meal quantity
How to make an order and checkout
How to integrate Paypal payment system
How to let customers pay using Paypal
How to verify Payment
How to verify Payment
Good Knowledge in PHP
Computer with Windows or MAC
This courses will teach you how to create pizza ordering website using PHP.
In this course you will learn how to build pizza ordering website using PHP. Learning how to build an e-commerce website that lets customers order from you will give you the opportunity to build a real-world, in-demand project and will open up the door of opportunity for you to become a professional Full-Stack developer.
First, you will learn how to install PHP environment, then you will learn how to incorporate an HTML & CSS pizza restaurant template. Then you will be taught the most important parts of this projects such as creating a cart and letting customers checkout. Thereafter, you will be taught how to integrate Paypal Payment system so that customers will pay you.
You will also learn how to integrate PayPal correctly so that you receive money for your meals. PayPal is one of the most powerful payment systems. By integrating PayPal into your PHP website you will learn a very important skill that is indispensable these days in any website.
By the end of this course you will have built a project using PHP that is capable of letting customers buy meals online while you have a control over the business and the website.
Why should you take this course?
There are many reasons why this course is extremely important.
1. You will build a real-world web app, rather than building unrealistic project.
2. I will teach you the "how-to" rather than concepts that you will end up abandoning.
3. You will learn HTML, CSS, PHP & MYSql and how they can work together.
4. You will learn Full-Stack development and become a professional one having build a complete e-commerce website.
Some of What You Will Learn in This Course
1. Install project environment & create project.
2. Run PHP project files.
3. Structure your project.
4. How to add a complete HTML & CSS pizza restaurant template.
5. Logic behind building complete pizza ordering website.
6. How to let customers add meals to cart.
7. How to let customers make orders and checkout.
8. How to integrate Paypal Payment System.
9. How to manage your database.
10. Best practices and techniques.
11. Organize your project.
12. Much much more...
Wish you an incredible learning journey.
Who this course is for
Programmers & developers
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