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Welcome to "A Calendar with PHP & MySQL" course!


In this course, I'll show you how to create a calendar that you can add, edit, and delete schedules.


You will code:

  • HTML
  • CSS (Bootstrap)
  • JavaScript (a very little)
  • MySQL
  • PHP


Hope you enjoy coding!



Environment

XAMPP/ PHP version
5.6.30    (Has been tested with 7.0.26)
Text Editor
Coda2
Browser
Google Chrome



Before Purchase

  1. Please check preview or "how-to-code-calendar-in-php" so that you can know what kind of videos I created.
  2. I made this course especially for the people who learned the basics of PHP. You can watch every step and create exactly the same calendar, but I'm not explaining every single code. (Of course, there are many notes and tips on the videos!)
  3. This course is Non-refundable.



Course curriculum

Course Updates (December 2018) - "How to Use Select Menu for Task Field"

Terms of Use

  • You can use the code for your project. Giving credit is not required but always appreciated :)

  • Do not redistribute the contents, including sample code, videos, and images.



This course moves to a new system,

and this page will be closed on December 15, 2019.


If you've already purchased this course, don't worry.

I'm offering you a 100% OFF coupon that you can enroll in the new course completely FREE. 

Please log in to the course and access this page.

>> Go to the New Course Page




Get started now

One-time purchase & Non-refundable

What people are saying

  • great

    Alaeddine dridi

    it's great but price little expensive !

    it's great but price little expensive !

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  • Sara Ogata

    Sara Ogata

    Working as a freelance programmer in Japan. I try to make coding as simple as possible. Hope you enjoy coding 🙂