<script> tags and echo it within the PHP script. Here's an example:
Method 3: Using AJAX calls
In this example, an AJAX call is made to a PHP script (
your-php-script.php) with the
data parameter. The PHP script can process the data and return a response, which is then used to call the
Method 4: Using JSON
In this example, the PHP code encodes an array of data into JSON format and then passes it as an argument to the
// PHP code $data = array( 'name' => 'John Doe', 'age' => 30, 'email' => 'firstname.lastname@example.org' ); $jsonData = json_encode($data);
In this example, we have an array
$data containing information about a person. We then use the
json_encode() function in PHP to convert the array into a JSON string representation stored in the variable
<script> tags, the code will be executed as soon as it is received by the browser.
<?php $dynamicValue = "Hello, world!"; ?> <script> var dynamicValue = "<?php echo $dynamicValue; ?>"; console.log(dynamicValue); </script>
In this example, the
$dynamicValue is logged to the console.