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3.1 Conclusion

Thank you for joining me in learning about PHP forms and the extra steps to keep your application safe and validate user data. My name is Derek Jensen, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, we can’t wait to see you next time.

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3.1 Conclusion

Well, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for coming along with me on this journey into the world of PHP forms. And hopefully you have a new appreciation and newfound respect for PHP forms, and all the things that go into making them. Now, in this course, I really just kinda showed you some of the basic things that you really need to keep in mind as you're continuing to learn PHP, and to create this web applications. And really start to make them much more robust to be able to handle a whole slew of different types of input that you're gonna be getting from end users. And really, at the end of the day, that can be one of the most challenging things you're gonna have to do as a new web developer, and even as a seasoned web developer. Hopefully you've enjoyed all of this. Hopefully you've learned a lot, and before I let you go, I just wanna point you to some more documentation about dealing with forms. And all the different things we can do with them by heading over to the php.net site insertion into the documentation for a tutorial on forms. And you can get more information here about some examples, more user comments, and you can also take a look at variables from external sources, to take a look at how you can handle the different super globals and getting data from gets, and posts, and all sorts of good things like that. So once again, I hope you have enjoyed this course. My name is Derrick Jensen, and as usual, I can't wait to see you next time

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