Building Real Time Web Applications in PHP and JS

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70 pages
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 English
This book is intended to make you learn what is real-time technology and will learn how to apply that the data interaction using PHP, MySQL, Laravel, and Ratchet.
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About the author

Mostafa Abd-ElHamid Atwa

  • Information Systems Engineer
  • CISSP, MCSD, CEH, MCP, Certified in PowerShell, Certified in PHP, JS, Backbone, JAVA, Python
  • Bacheolor Degree Holder from Modern Academy for Computer Science and Management Technology in Management Information S...
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This book is intended to make you learn what is real-time technology and will learn how to apply that the data interaction using PHP, MySQL, Laravel, and Ratchet.

We will learn how to install our development environment, Laravel, Ratchet, and SupervisorD to make a complete implementation of CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update and Delete) operations.

We will learn the front-end and back-end implementation using the latest technology and you will be able to produce a real-time CRUD that will operate on the browsers without the need to refresh it.

About the author

Mostafa Abd-ElHamid Atwa

  • Information Systems Engineer
  • CISSP, MCSD, CEH, MCP, Certified in PowerShell, Certified in PHP, JS, Backbone, JAVA, Python
  • Bacheolor Degree Holder from Modern Academy for Computer Science and Management Technology in Management Information System

  • Introduction
  • About the Author
  1. Installing Your Development Environment
    1. Installing LAMP stack
    2. Installing Laravel
    3. Installing Ratchet
  2. Working with the Back End
    1. Extending Ratchet Classes
    2. Creating a Subscriber for Event Listening
    3. Creating an Event Subscriber for Creating an Item
    4. Creating an Event Subscriber for Updating an Item
    5. Creating an Event Subscriber for Deleting an Item
    6. Creating an Event Subscriber for Getting an Item
    7. Creating an Event Subscriber for Listing Items
    8. The Publish Subscribe Design Pattern
  3. Working with the Front End
    1. Creating a Subscriber for Event Listening
    2. Creating an Event Publisher for Creating an Item
    3. Creating and Event Publisher for Updating An Item
    4. Creating an Event Publisher for Deleting an Item
    5. Creating an Event Publisher for Listing Items
    6. Creating an Event Publisher for Viewing an Item
  • References