Hassan Azimi – Everything About PHP Sessions
Name Product: Hassan Azimi – Everything About PHP Sessions
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Author: Hassan Azimi
A complete course about handling persistent PHP sessions storing them into database securely and auto login system
PHP tireless sessions allow for communication between the server and client. This allows web applications to remember the identities of visitors as well as any variables or other data. This practical and challenging project-based course will help developers take the data that PHP normally stores in plain text files and write them into a more secure database, where the records can be read and destroyed as needed. I help you set up a SQL database, define classes to open and close sessions, read and write variables, destroy sessions, and manage out-of-date records. The lessons culminate in a short project that uses tokens to recognize returning users in an auto-login scenario.
In this course:
I’ll show you how to store session in data in a MySQL database
How to log in returning users automatically
We’ll begin with an overview of how PHP handles Sessions and stores session data in plain text files on the web server
We’ll set up a database to store session data more securely
I’ll show you how to define a class to open and close sessions
Read and write session variables to the database
Destroy sessions and garbage collect out-of-date records
Sessions expire as soon as soon as the browser is closed, but the highlight of this course is an auto-login system that uses a randomly generated single use token that recognizes returning users and preserves their data between visits, even on different computers. I hope you’ll find this a useful and challenging project.
keeping the user’s data always up to date with persistent sessions is extremely convenient. But, and I can’t stress this strongly enough, persistent sessions are not 100 percent secure. When using sessions, you should always use a connection over secure sockets layer, or transport layer security whenever possible. I’m going to talk about why always re-authenticate user credentials before allowing allowing access to pages with sensitive content, such as changing user account details.
What are the requirements?
This is not a beginner’s course, so you need to have a solid grasp of PHP syntax, including the use of control structures, loops, and arrays.
You should also be comfortable working with PHP classes and objects. Nearly all of the code in this course is object oriented.
You should understand basic SQL for select, insert, update, and delete queries.
A lot of the code uses PDO-prepared statements with named parameters to submit queries to the database, so you should be familiar with using PDO.
You need to know HTML and a little CSS
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 25 lectures and 3.5 hours of content!
Configure PHP sessions to make them persistent
Inspect how session data is stored
Implement persistent sessions
Create a SQL database to store session data
Implement the PHP SessionHandlerInterface
Write session data
Close and destroying sessions
Create an auto-login system with persistent sessions
Create persistent logins
Checkout visitor credentials
Log out users selectively
What is the target audience?
If you want to know how to store session in data in a Mysql or MariaDB database
If you want to know how to log in returning users automatically
If you want to know how to define a class to open and close sessions
If you want to know how to read and write session variables to the database
If you want tot know how to destroy sessions and garbage collect out-of-date records
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