Round-up Of Advance Level Tutorials (PHP, JQUERY, MySQL)

Today we have decided to share you some informative advance level development tutorials. If you have knowledge of html this roundup will help you to create a responsive & attractive web based application by using PHP, JQuery and MySQL. The combination of these tools is much difficult but you can learn some easy steps in our today’s article. We hope this roundup will help you in your tasks.

Making a Page Flip Magazine with turn.js

In this tutorial you will learn PHP and the turn.js plugin, an implementation of the page flip effect with pure CSS3 and jQuery, to build a pretty magazine. We will fetch the most popular images from Instagramevery hour, and use them as pages.

Question of the Day with Code Igniter and MySQL

In this tutorial you will learn to build a small application with CodeIgniter that will be backed by a MySQL database. It will present questions and give visitors the ability to post answers. There isn’t an admin interface for adding or changing questions, but if you follow and understand this tutorial, you will be able to create one yourself.

Building a Website with PHP, MySQL and jQuery Mobile

This is the first part of a two-part tutorial, in which we use PHP, MySQL and jQuery mobile to build a simple computer web store. you can find  more in second part of this tutorials.

Display your Favorite Tweets using PHP and jQuery

If you have a twitter account, you oftentimes find yourself looking for a way to display your latest tweets on your website or blog. This is pretty much a solved problem. There are jQuery plugins, PHP classes and tutorials that show you how to do this.

Creating a PHP and CSS3 Powered About Page

In this tutorial,  you will learn to create a simple about page that is powered by PHP, HTML5 and CSS3. It will present your contact information to your visitors, with an option for downloading it as a vCard (useful for importing it in third party applications).

Photobooth with PHP, jQuery and CSS3

In this tutorial, you will learn the building a jQuery and PHP powered photobooth. It will allow your website visitors to take a snapshot with their web camera and upload it from a neat CSS3 interface.

Client Testimonials Powered by PHP, XML and jQuery

In this tutorial you will learn to build a XML backed testimonial viewer, which, along with jQuery, can display the set on your product pages.

Quick Feedback Form w/ PHP and jQuery

When releasing a web product, there is nothing more beneficial than receiving early feedback from your users. Unfortunately, many websites make it unnecessarily difficult to send your feedback or lack this functionality altogether

Today you will learn the making of simple solution to this problem. Powered by jQuery, PHP and the PHPMailer class, this form sends the users’ suggestions directly to your mailbox.

Combined Facebook, Twitter & RSS Social Stats with jQuery, PHP & MYSQL

In this tutorial you will learn to create a simple widget, which combines the number of your RSS readers, twitter followers, and fans of your facebook fan page, to give a rough estimate of your social popularity

Simple Banner Rotator With PHP, jQuery & MySQL

In this tutorial you will learn the making a simple PHP, jQuery & MySQL banner rotator, with which you can create and randomly display banners on your site. Each of the banners features a neat jQuery animation effect, which you can customize to fit your own needs.

Simple Bookmarking App With PHP, JS & MySQL

In this tutorial, you will learn the making of simple link sharing app. This app will give you the ability to instantly share any web page, with a single click of a bookmarklet in your bookmarks bar, and display it in a widget on your site.

AJAX-ed Todo List With PHP, MySQL & jQuery

In this tutorial we are making a simple AJAX-ed Todo List App, with PHP, MySQL and jQuery. In the process we are going to demonstrate PHP’s OOP capabilities, play with jQuery UI and implement some nice AJAX functionality.

 Getting And Setting Cookies With jQuery & PHP

HTTP is a stateless protocol, which means that every request you make to a website is standalone and therefore cannot keep data by itself. But this simplicity is also one of the reasons for its widespread adoption in the early ears of the web.There is, however, a way to keep information between requests in the form of cookies. This way you can have effective session management and persistent data.

There are two ways to work with cookies – server side (PHP, ASP etc) and client side (JavaScript). In this MicroTut we are going to take a look at how cookies are created and read in both PHP and JavaScript.

“Who Is Online” Widget With PHP, MySQL & jQuery

In  this  tutorial, we are taking a look at our ever-so-interesting inbox.

AJAX-enabled Sticky Notes With PHP & jQuery

Today we are making an AJAX-enabled Sticky Note management system. It will give visitors the ability to create notes with a live preview, and move them around on the screen. Every movement is going to be sent to the back-end via AJAX and saved in the database.

Making A Cool Login System With PHP, MySQL & jQuery

in this tutorial you will learn making a cool & simple login / registration system. It will give you the ability to easily create a member-only area on your site and provide an easy registration process.

An AJAX Based Shopping Cart with PHP, CSS & jQuery

In this tutorial you will learn to create an AJAX-driven shopping cart. All the products are going to be stored in a MySQL database, with PHP showing and processing the data.

Written by Ahsan.Saeed

A Muslim, A Patriot, A Graphic Designer by profession!
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