PHP Tutorial for Students

Importing CSV File Data into MySQL Database using PHP Tutorial

In this tutorial, you will learn how to Import CSV File Data Into MySQL Database using PHP. The tutorial aims to provide the IT/CS Students and new programmers with a reference for reading CSV Files in PHP and Import Data into the Database. Here, the step-by-step tutorial with snippets is provided and a sample program source code zip that demonstrates the tutorial objectives is free to download.

Creating a Login Form with Google Authentication (oAuth2) in PHP and JavaScript Tutorial

In this tutorial, we will tackle about how to create a web application Login Form with Google Authentication/ Google OAuth API. Here, you will learn how to set up a project and register the app in google console developer. Also, we will be creating a simple login form web application with the said login authentication. The scripts will be written in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. In the application, the user credential will also be stored in the database using MySQL Database.

Creating a Login Form with OTP Verification through Email in PHP Tutorial

In this tutorial, I will show how to create a simple 2 Factor Authentication when logging in using PHP Language. This will help you to create a more secure authentication for your system users in your current or future PHP Projects. The system will generate an OTP or the One-Time-PIN every time the users attempt to login into the system. Here, the OTP will be through an email using GMail SMTP.

The application that we'll be crating in this tutorial has simple functionalities such registration, login, verification, home page, and logout. I hope this will help you.

PHP CRUD without Refresh/Reload using Ajax and DataTables Tutorial

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create or develop a PHP CRUD Operations w/o Pagre Refresh/Reloading using Ajax and DataTables. Here, we will enlist the data from the database using the server-side processing of DataTables. This tutorial is helpful especially for optimizing the page load of your future PHP Project.