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Learn PHP 5 & 7 This Way to Rise Above & Beyond Competition!
Год выпуска: 2016
Производитель: Udemy
Сайт производителя: www.udemy.com
Продолжительность: 21:00:15
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Язык: Английский
Описание: Мы сосредоточить внимание на таких основополагающих здесь! Мы крышку пространств имен, операторов, типов, переменные, функций, OOP и многие больше!-We focus on the fundamentals here! We cover namespaces, operators, types, variables, functions, OOP and many many more!
Hey this is WellExplained and I'm Vladimir Grankin. I have more than 10 years of experience in web development and I have worked for different web companies during these years. I also have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
What is unique about this course is that it gives you an opportunity to become one of the best, most valuable PHP developers on the market. Both absolute PHP beginners and experienced developers will greatly benefit from taking this course. We focus on the fundamentals here. We cover namespaces, operators, types, variables, functions, object oriented programming, constants, expressions, sessions, cookies, exceptions, generators, references, garbage collection and many many more! Hundreds of examples are provided and explained in great detail to make sure you got each and every concept.
We will extensively use official PHP documentation in our course. In fact it is based on PHP manual. And what is the advantage of using PHP manual? The biggest advantage is that this is the best, most genuine source of documentation and quality information on PHP available and it is also maintained by PHP creators. We will go through all covered concepts in great detail, will examine hundreds of examples provided in the PHP manual for covered topics and will add even more examples to make sure you fully understand the concept. And once you understand the concepts behind the code you write, you become a true professional!
After completing this course you will be ready to dive into any PHP project imaginable, because it lays very strong foundation. You will not be dependent on copy pasted code and will not be afraid to see such things as closures, anonymous classes, magic methods or keywords like "new static", because in this course we cover all this. You will be able to confidently start learning such frameworks as Symfony or Zend Framework, Code Igniter or Laravel or CakePHP. Or such projects as Drupal and Joomla, because they are all built using PHP. You will also have needed PHP knowledge to start your own project, from a single page website to fully functional online store.
We are absolutely sure, that after going through this course, combined with practice YOU will not only know core PHP concepts at its best but will also greatly increase your chances of passing any technical PHP interview on covered topics. You will also have a solid knowledge needed to pass Zend PHP Certification both for PHP 5 and 7, which is also a great benefit in your career.
You can rest assured that you will work where you want and stand out from any team. If you want to rise above & beyond competition and if you want to achieve great results in your career as PHP developer, then this course is for you!
Be committed, finish the course and we promise it will pay off and will significantly improve your positions on the market. It's all in your hands and you can do it! So let's get started!

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├── 01 Course Information
│ ├── 001 PHP Documentation Copyright and License Information.mp4
│ └── 002 How to Get the Most out of this Course.mp4
├── 02 PHP Getting Started
│ ├── 001 What is PHP.mp4
│ ├── 002 What can PHP do.mp4
│ ├── 003 Setting up Local PHP Development Environment Using XAMPP on Windows 7.mp4
│ ├── 004 A simple PHP tutorial - Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 005 A simple PHP tutorial - What do I need.mp4
│ ├── 006 A simple PHP tutorial - Your first PHP-enabled page.mp4
│ ├── 007 A simple PHP tutorial - Something Useful.mp4
│ └── 008 A simple PHP tutorial - Dealing with Forms.mp4
├── 03 PHP Basic Syntax Explained
│ ├── 001 PHP tags.mp4
│ ├── 002 Escaping from HTML.mp4
│ ├── 003 Instruction separation.mp4
│ └── 004 Comments.mp4
├── 04 PHP Types Explained
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 Booleans.mp4
│ ├── 003 Integers.mp4
│ ├── 004 Floating point numbers.mp4
│ ├── 005 Strings part 1.mp4
│ ├── 006 Strings part 2.mp4
│ ├── 007 Arrays part 1.mp4
│ ├── 008 Arrays part 2.mp4
│ ├── 009 Objects.mp4
│ ├── 010 Resources.mp4
│ ├── 011 NULL.mp4
│ ├── 012 Callbacks Callables.mp4
│ ├── 013 Pseudo-types and variables used in PHP.net manual.mp4
│ ├── 014 Type Juggling.mp4
│ └── 015 PHP type comparison tables.mp4
├── 05 PHP Variables Explained
│ ├── 001 Basics.mp4
│ ├── 002 Predefined Variables.mp4
│ ├── 003 Variable scope.mp4
│ ├── 004 Variable variables.mp4
│ └── 005 Variables From External Sources.mp4
├── 06 PHP Constants
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 Syntax.mp4
│ └── 003 Magic constants.mp4
├── 07 PHP Expressions
│ └── 001 Expressions.mp4
├── 08 PHP Operators
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 Operator Precedence.mp4
│ ├── 003 Arithmetic Operators.mp4
│ ├── 004 Assignment Operators.mp4
│ ├── 005 Bitwise Operators part 1.mp4
│ ├── 006 Bitwise Operators part 2.mp4
│ ├── 007 Comparison Operators part 1.mp4
│ ├── 008 Comparison Operators part 2.mp4
│ ├── 009 Error Control Operators.mp4
│ ├── 010 Execution Operators.mp4
│ ├── 011 IncrementingDecrementing Operators.mp4
│ ├── 012 Logical Operators.mp4
│ ├── 013 String Operators.mp4
│ ├── 014 Array Operators.mp4
│ └── 015 Type Operators.mp4
├── 09 PHP Control Structures
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 if.mp4
│ ├── 003 else.mp4
│ ├── 004 elseifelse if.mp4
│ ├── 005 Alternative syntax for control structures.mp4
│ ├── 006 while.mp4
│ ├── 007 do-while.mp4
│ ├── 008 for.mp4
│ ├── 009 foreach.mp4
│ ├── 010 break.mp4
│ ├── 011 continue.mp4
│ ├── 012 switch.mp4
│ ├── 013 return.mp4
│ ├── 014 require.mp4
│ ├── 015 include.mp4
│ ├── 016 require_once.mp4
│ ├── 017 include_once.mp4
│ └── 018 goto.mp4
├── 10 PHP Functions
│ ├── 001 User-defined functions.mp4
│ ├── 002 Function arguments.mp4
│ ├── 003 Returning values.mp4
│ ├── 004 Variable functions.mp4
│ ├── 005 How to read a function definition prototype.mp4
│ ├── 006 Anonymous functions explained part 1.mp4
│ └── 007 Anonymous functions explained part 2.mp4
├── 11 PHP Classes and Objects
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 The Basics part 1.mp4
│ ├── 003 The Basics part 2.mp4
│ ├── 004 Properties.mp4
│ ├── 005 Class Constants.mp4
│ ├── 006 Autoloading Classes.mp4
│ ├── 007 Constructors and Destructors.mp4
│ ├── 008 Visibility part 1.mp4
│ ├── 009 Visibility part 2.mp4
│ ├── 010 Object Inheritance.mp4
│ ├── 011 Scope Resolution Operator .mp4
│ ├── 012 Static Keyword.mp4
│ ├── 013 Class Abstraction.mp4
│ ├── 014 Object Interfaces part 1.mp4
│ ├── 015 Object Interfaces part 2.mp4
│ ├── 016 Traits part 1.mp4
│ ├── 017 Traits part 2.mp4
│ ├── 018 Anonymous classes.mp4
│ ├── 019 Overloading.mp4
│ ├── 020 Object Iteration.mp4
│ ├── 021 Magic Methods.mp4
│ ├── 022 Final Keyword.mp4
│ ├── 023 Object Cloning.mp4
│ ├── 024 Comparing Objects.mp4
│ ├── 025 Late Static Bindings part 1.mp4
│ ├── 026 Late Static Bindings part 2.mp4
│ ├── 027 Objects and references.mp4
│ └── 028 Object Serialization.mp4
├── 12 PHP Namespaces Explained
│ ├── 001 Namespaces overview.mp4
│ ├── 002 Defining namespaces.mp4
│ ├── 003 Declaring sub-namespaces.mp4
│ ├── 004 Defining multiple namespaces in the same file.mp4
│ ├── 005 Using namespaces Basics.mp4
│ ├── 006 Namespaces and dynamic language features.mp4
│ ├── 007 namespace keyword and __NAMESPACE__ constant.mp4
│ ├── 008 Using namespaces AliasingImporting.mp4
│ ├── 009 Global space.mp4
│ ├── 010 Using namespaces fallback to global functionconstant.mp4
│ ├── 011 Name resolution rules.mp4
│ └── 012 FAQ things you need to know about namespaces.mp4
├── 13 PHP Errors Explained
│ ├── 001 Basics.mp4
│ └── 002 Errors in PHP 7.mp4
├── 14 PHP Error Handling and Logging
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 InstallingConfiguring.mp4
│ ├── 002 InstallingConfiguring.mp4.jpg
│ ├── 003 Predefined Constants.mp4
│ ├── 003 Predefined Constants.mp4.jpg
│ ├── 004 Examples.mp4
│ ├── 005 Error Handling Functions - debug_backtrace.mp4
│ ├── 006 Error Handling Functions - debug_print_backtrace.mp4
│ ├── 007 Error Handling Functions - error_clear_last.mp4
│ ├── 008 Error Handling Functions - error_get_last.mp4
│ ├── 009 Error Handling Functions - error_log.mp4
│ ├── 010 Error Handling Functions - error_reporting.mp4
│ ├── 011 Error Handling Functions - restore_error_handler.mp4
│ ├── 012 Error Handling Functions - restore_exception_handler.mp4
│ ├── 013 Error Handling Functions - set_error_handler part 1.mp4
│ ├── 014 Error Handling Functions - set_error_handler part 2.mp4
│ ├── 015 Error Handling Functions - set_exception_handler.mp4
│ └── 016 Error Handling Functions - trigger_error.mp4
├── 15 PHP Exceptions
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4.jpg
│ ├── 002 Extending Exceptions.mp4
│ ├── 003 Predefined Exceptions.mp4
│ └── 004 SPL Exceptions.mp4
├── 16 PHP Generators
│ ├── 001 Generators overview.mp4
│ └── 002 Generator syntax.mp4
├── 17 PHP Predefined Variables
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 _SERVER.mp4
│ ├── 003 _GET.mp4
│ ├── 004 _POST.mp4
│ ├── 005 _FILES.mp4
│ ├── 006 _REQUEST.mp4
│ ├── 007 _SESSION.mp4
│ ├── 008 _ENV.mp4
│ └── 009 _COOKIE.mp4
├── 18 PHP References Explained
│ ├── 001 What References Are.mp4
│ ├── 002 What References Do.mp4
│ ├── 003 What References Are Not.mp4
│ ├── 004 Passing by Reference.mp4
│ ├── 005 Returning References.mp4
│ ├── 006 Unsetting References.mp4
│ ├── 007 Spotting References.mp4
│ └── 008 Pass by Value vs Pass by Reference.mp4
├── 19 PHP Garbage Collection Explained
│ ├── 001 Reference Counting Basics.mp4
│ ├── 002 Collecting Cycles.mp4
│ └── 003 Performance Considerations.mp4
├── 20 PHP Features
│ ├── 001 PHP Cookies.mp4
│ ├── 002 PHP Sessions.mp4
│ ├── 003 Handling file uploads - POST method uploads part 1.mp4
│ ├── 004 Handling file uploads - POST method uploads part 2.mp4
│ ├── 005 Handling file uploads - Error Messages Explained.mp4
│ ├── 006 Handling file uploads - Common Pitfalls.mp4
│ └── 007 Handling file uploads - Uploading multiple files.mp4
├── 21 PHP Session Handling
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 InstallingConfiguring.mp4
│ ├── 003 Predefined Constants.mp4
│ ├── 004 Examples - Basic usage.mp4
│ ├── 005 Examples - Passing the Session ID.mp4
│ ├── 006 Examples - Custom Session Handlers.mp4
│ ├── 007 Sessions and security.mp4
│ ├── 008 Session Functions - session_abort.mp4
│ ├── 009 Session Functions - session_cache_expire.mp4
│ ├── 010 Session Functions - session_cache_limiter.mp4
│ ├── 011 Session Functions - session_decode.mp4
│ ├── 012 Session Functions - session_destroy.mp4
│ ├── 013 Session Functions - session_encode.mp4
│ ├── 014 Session Functions - session_get_cookie_params.mp4
│ ├── 015 Session Functions - session_id.mp4
│ ├── 016 Session Functions - session_module_name.mp4
│ ├── 017 Session Functions - session_name.mp4
│ ├── 018 Session Functions - session_regenerate_id.mp4
│ ├── 019 Session Functions - session_register_shutdown.mp4
│ ├── 020 Session Functions - session_reset.mp4
│ ├── 021 Session Functions - session_save_path.mp4
│ ├── 022 Session Functions - session_set_cookie_params.mp4
│ ├── 023 Session Functions - session_set_save_handler.mp4
│ ├── 024 Session Functions - session_start.mp4
│ ├── 025 Session Functions - session_status.mp4
│ ├── 026 Session Functions - session_write_close.mp4
│ ├── 027 The SessionHandler class - Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 028 The SessionHandler class - SessionHandlerclose - Close the session.mp4
│ ├── 029 The SessionHandler class - essionHandlercreate_sid - Return a new session ID.mp4
│ ├── 030 The SessionHandler class - SessionHandlerdestroy - Destroy a session.mp4
│ ├── 031 The SessionHandler class - SessionHandlergc - Cleanup old sessions.mp4
│ ├── 032 The SessionHandler class - SessionHandleropen - Initialize session.mp4
│ ├── 033 The SessionHandler class - SessionHandlerread - Read session data.mp4
│ ├── 034 The SessionHandler class - SessionHandlerwrite - Write session data.mp4
│ └── 035 The SessionHandlerInterface class.mp4
├── 22 PHP PDO PHP Data Objects
│ ├── 001 Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 002 InstallingConfiguring.mp4
│ ├── 002 InstallingConfiguring.mp4.jpg
│ ├── 003 Predefined Constants.mp4
│ ├── 004 Connections and Connection management.mp4
│ ├── 005 Transactions and auto-commit.mp4
│ ├── 006 Prepared statements and stored procedures.mp4
│ ├── 007 Errors and error handling.mp4
│ ├── 008 Large Objects LOBs.mp4
│ ├── 009 The PDO class - Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 010 The PDO class - PDObeginTransaction.mp4
│ ├── 011 The PDO class - PDOcommit.mp4
│ ├── 012 The PDO class - PDO__construct.mp4
│ ├── 013 The PDO class - PDOerrorCode.mp4
│ ├── 014 The PDO class - PDOerrorInfo.mp4
│ ├── 015 The PDO class - PDOexec.mp4
│ ├── 016 The PDO class - PDOgetAttribute.mp4
│ ├── 017 The PDO class - PDOgetAvailableDrivers.mp4
│ ├── 018 The PDO class - PDOinTransaction.mp4
│ ├── 019 The PDO class - PDOlastInsertId.mp4
│ ├── 020 The PDO class - PDOprepare.mp4
│ ├── 021 The PDO class - PDOquery.mp4
│ ├── 022 The PDO class - PDOquote.mp4
│ ├── 023 The PDO class - PDOrollBack.mp4
│ ├── 024 The PDO class - PDOsetAttribute.mp4
│ ├── 025 The PDOStatement class - Introduction.mp4
│ ├── 026 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementbindColumn.mp4
│ ├── 027 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementbindParam.mp4
│ ├── 028 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementbindValue.mp4
│ ├── 029 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementcloseCursor.mp4
│ ├── 030 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementcolumnCount.mp4
│ ├── 031 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementdebugDumpParams.mp4
│ ├── 032 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementerrorCode.mp4
│ ├── 033 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementerrorInfo.mp4
│ ├── 034 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementexecute.mp4
│ ├── 035 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementfetch.mp4
│ ├── 036 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementfetchAll.mp4
│ ├── 037 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementfetchColumn.mp4
│ ├── 038 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementfetchObject.mp4
│ ├── 039 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementgetAttribute.mp4
│ ├── 040 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementgetColumnMeta.mp4
│ ├── 041 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementnextRowset.mp4
│ ├── 042 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementrowCount.mp4
│ ├── 043 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementsetAttribute.mp4
│ ├── 044 The PDOStatement class - PDOStatementsetFetchMode.mp4
│ ├── 045 The PDOException class.mp4
│ └── 046 PDO Drivers.mp4
├── 23 Common PHP Functions
│ ├── 001 Function handling Functions - call_user_func.mp4
│ ├── 002 Function handling Functions - forward_static_call.mp4
│ ├── 003 Network Functions - setcookie part 1.mp4
│ ├── 004 Network Functions - setcookie part 2.mp4
│ ├── 005 Network Functions - setcookie part 3.mp4
│ ├── 006 SPL Functions - spl_autoload_register.mp4
│ ├── 007 String Functions - echo.mp4
│ ├── 008 String Functions - print.mp4
│ ├── 009 Variable handling Functions - serialize.mp4
│ ├── 010 Variable handling Functions - var_dump.mp4
│ └── 011 Variable handling Functions - var_export.mp4
└── 24 Migrating from PHP 5.6.x to PHP 7.0.x
├── 001 Introduction.mp4
├── 002 Backward incompatible changes.mp4
├── 003 New features.mp4
└── 004 Deprecated features in PHP 7.0.x.mp4
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