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Create a PHP and Ajax Login/Registration System

Kalob Taulien, Developer, teacher, entrepreneur

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22 Videos (2h 53m)
    • Welcome Video

      2:52
    • Introduction

      3:40
    • Getting Started With Git

      9:51
    • Login Page and HTML Setup

      8:49
    • Adding Your Config, And More Pages

      11:35
    • Help Me Out?

      0:33
    • Storing Passwords

      3:00
    • Setting Up Our Database Part 1

      10:22
    • Setting Up Our Database Part 2

      6:43
    • Form Validation With JavaScript Part 1

      7:54
    • Form Validation With JavaScript Part 2

      8:00
    • Our First Ajax Call

      12:51
    • User Registration Part 1

      10:36
    • User Registration Part 2

      9:29
    • User Login via Ajax Part 1

      8:16
    • User Login via Ajax Part 2

      8:47
    • Force Login on Certain Pages

      6:54
    • Logout

      5:06
    • Creating Functions

      13:54
    • Creating Objects OOP Part 1

      8:25
    • Creating Objects OOP Part 2

      8:28
    • What To Build Next

      6:59

About This Class

Learn how to create a website login and registration system using PHP, JavaScript, Ajax, JSON and MySQL. This course will show you everything you need to know to make a full login-logout system with a user registration bonus. 

This is a fast paced course, but you'll a lot of advanced concepts that a typical "build a login system" course won't teach you. 

You'll learn MORE than just how to make a login system. Here's what we'll learn:

  • How to use JavaScript and jQuery to create an Ajax request to register and login users.
  • Create a login and user registration system from scratch using PHP and MySQL
  • All the code is on GitHub for you to view at any time (the real code and it's history).
  • Downloadable code after each lesson.
  • Lessons on security and password protection.
  • How to create members-only pages.
  • How to create Classes from basic functions.
  • Secure database connections using PDO instead of MySQLi (PDO is the OOP way, and is considered "better").
  • What to build next on your own.

You should already be familiar with some PHP, MySQL and JavaScript.

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Kalob Taulien

Developer, teacher, entrepreneur

Hello, I'm Kalob. Hope you're doing well. Let's learn to code together.

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