Effortless E-Commerce with PHP and MySQL

In this comprehensive guide to creating an e-commerce Web site using PHP and MySQL, renowned author Larry Ullman walks you through every step–designing the visual interface, creating the database, presenting content, generating an online catalog, managing the shopping cart, handling the order and the payment process, and fulfilling the order–always with security and best practices emphasized along the way. Even if you’re an experienced Web developer, you’re guaranteed to learn something new. The book uses two e-commerce site examples–one based on selling physical products that require shipping and delayed payment, and another that sells non-physical products to be purchased and delivered instantly–so you see the widest possible range of e-commerce scenarios. In 11 engaging, easy-to-follow chapters, Effortless E-Commerce with PHP and MySQL teaches you how to:

* Think of the customer first, in order to maximize sales
* Create a safe server environment and database
* Use secure transactions and prevent common vulnerabilities
* Incorporate different payment gateways
* Design scalable sites that are easy to maintain
* Build administrative interfaces
* Extend both examples to match the needs of your own sites

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Susanne C on 08/02/2018 at 1:11 AM.

Thoroughly enoyable–one of a kind! Wonderful–as a newcomer to computer programming in general, and especially PHP, I just today finalized reading Effortless E-commerce in a matter of three weeks with only having previously read–and having surprisingly well comprehended– Ullman’s PHP for the Web and PHP and MySQL books. Needless to say, although the transition to Effortless E-Commerce was a daunting task, it was thoroughly enjoyable– and even meditative–as I was able to follow the logic quite well, in spite of being weak in…

Sean on 08/02/2018 at 1:25 AM.

Great Explanations If you are going to build an eCommerce site from the ground up, this book is for you. You should have some experience with php and know your way around mysql. Oh, it also helps to know a little about regular expression and db normalization.Chapter 2 made it clear to me why all input fields need to be validated and read: this includes the url string. I’ll be using Ullman’s ideas in my next eCommerce application. The book doesn’t take long to get through. I’ll also be trying to hack…

Greg C. on 08/02/2018 at 1:37 AM.

An invaluable resource in the development of my first e-commerce site This book was my primary resource during the development of my first (and only, so far) e-commerce website. Before I dove into the aforementioned project, I read and worked through most of , which was crucial to my success. If you’re new to PHP and MySQL like I was but have experience with HTML and CSS — definitely start there first.I didn’t…