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Advanced PHP

Course Summary

The Advanced PHP training course is designed to demonstrate advanced web development concepts like Object-Oriented (OO) and Model-View-Controller (MVC) in PHP.

The course starts with an exploration around creating OO applications using common oriented design patterns like MVC, Facade, and Memento. Next, it examines common PHP web development tasks like interacting with the file system, querying a database, and managing uploaded files. The course concludes with an analysis of how to write a basic PHP Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD) application and utilize CakePHP.

Learn how to use advanced web development concepts like OO and MVC in PHP.
PHP developers needing to expand their PHP capabilities.
Software Developer - Web Developer
Skill Level
Fast Track - Targeted Topic - Workshops
5 Days
Related Technologies
Front-End Development Training | Web Development | PHP


Productivity Objectives
  • Utilize Object-Oriented PHP and design patterns to make code more scalable and maintainable
  • Write a basic PHP CRUD application
  • Install and setup CakePHP

What You'll Learn:

In the Advanced PHP training course, you'll learn:
  • Review of PHP Concepts
  • Introduction to OO Concepts
  • OO PHP
    • Create classes
    • Work with Objects
    • Design Patterns
  • PHP Database Programming Concepts
  • Writing a Basic PHP CRUD Application
  • Advanced Web Concepts
    • Redirection
    • File uploads
    • File system processing
  • Introduction to CakePHP
“I appreciated the instructor's technique of writing live code examples rather than using fixed slide decks to present the material.”


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