MAGENTO : What is it?

Magento is open source e-commerce software. It is usually used for building a successful online shop. This software powered by PHP and MySQL. Like WordPress it also has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. Magento is free software so no installation cost. You can easily download it from internet. One of major advantages of this software is that different types of plug-ins are easily available. This saves the time of development and maintains the quality standards and of course saves testing time.

MYSQL : What is it?

My SQL is an ORACLE product and usually used in PHP and JAVA. It is used to store, update, delete and retrieve data. It is very powerful software and used in big and small application. It is a free software. MySQL is also used in large application including , Google and Facebook. MySQL is very flexible and its performance is very high.

Overview of the PHP
  • Introduction of different Web Technology
  • What is PHP
  • How PHP Works
  • Summary
Setting up and Installing Magento
  • Installation of server
  • Installation of Magento
  • Installation of MY SQL
  • Summary
HTML, CSS & JavaScript
  • Basic of HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Summary
  • Magento Installation
  • Magento Features
  • Configure Magento Webstore
  • Magento Products/Import
  • Magento Quantity
  • Magento Categories
  • Magento Special Prices
  • Magento Orders
  • Magento Themes
  • Magento CMS
  • Magento SSL
  • Magento Customer Management
  • Magento Modules
  • Magento Shipping Modules
  • Magento Payment Modules
  • Magento Issues
  • Magento Newsletter
  • Magento Widgets
  • MySQL Connect/Create/ Insert/ Select/ Where
  • MySQL /Order By/Update/Delete
AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)
  • About Ajax
  • Setting up and implementing Ajax
  • PHP and AJAX
  • AJAX Database
  • AJAX Live Search
  • AJAX RSS Reader
Sending Emails
  • Designing email panel
  • How to send an email to various users
  • Sending auto emails
  • Summary
Live Project
  • Getting customer’s requirements
  • Preparing database and business logics
  • Troubleshooting the project application after implementation
  • Summary