Congratulations on your new book. It seems to be a catchy one as it deals with scenarios and solutions rather than concepts being explained theoretically.
I have a few questions.
1. Have you covered the security aspects of a PHP based web application?
2. How about SQL Injection, XSS etc.,?
3. Is it only based on HTML5 or prior versions also being covered?
4. Does it address the batch upload of MySQL in PHP?
5. Does it explain the file attachment aspect of PHP?
These are the areas mostly developers feel left untouched in the books and google around for solutions.
Congratulations once again and thanks for attending the Book Promo
1. Yes, security is incorporated wherever necessary. For exanple, salting is used to obfuscate any passwords saved in MySQL (which are then stored as unencryptable MD5s).
3. There is not much HTML5 in these recipes, since most of the tasks are easily accomplished in standard HTML.
4. A PHP recipe is provided to handle file uploads to a web server.