Udemy - AJAX PHP server side validation JSON response


Mar 21, 2018
What Will You Learn?
  • Creating a basic form that sends data to the backend
  • JSON backend php responses
  • using JSON data
  • creating AJAX within jQuery
  • Event listeners
  • HTML CSS JavaScript knowledge
  • Basic PHP and local server setup
  • Basic jQuery AJAX syntax
This course will walk you through how to use jQuery AJAX to send data to PHP backend code and retrieve a JSON response from the PHP code. Use the response data to provide users validation and messaging to the html form.
This course requires prior knowledge of JavaScript, and HTML. Some jQuery AJAX and PHP is helpful to understand the code syntax.
Course covers the following within the context of building the validation form.

  • HTML - simple HTML form input types text and email
  • CSS - limited styling of an HTMLform
  • JavaScript - Mainly jQuery some JavaScript data types Objects and arrays
  • jQuery - AJAX and form submit event listeners
  • PHP - JSON encoding, POST values as variables, Conditional statements, echo content
  • AJAX - POST AJAX send and retrieve data. Serialize form content
  • JSON - JSON formatted data response.
  • DOM - Document object model event listeners
  • Google DevTools console messaging
Source code is included, step by step instruction on the above topics. This course is limited to the scope of this project and will not teach these programming languages from scratch. Please have basic prior understanding of the above topics before commencing with this course.

Explore how to create a simple HTML that submits an AJAX request and retrieves server responses using those responses within JavaScript to create dynamic responses within HTML.

Taught by an instructor with over 18 years web development experience, ready to help answer any questions you may have.

Learn by example see the code in action!

Are you ready to create form validation, enter the course and start creating your own custom script!


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