Learn PHP From Scratch in 16 Hours
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Learn PHP From Scratch in 16 Hours

Learn from scratch, PHP for Beginners – Become a PHP Master, From scratch to professionalism +Programming Free Business
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Created by Bilal Zeyada
Published 11/2018
English
Current price: $72.99 Original price: $104.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Professional PHP language
  • Learn more than 1000 functions in PHP language
  • Dealing with all types of matrices and matrix functions
  • Handle all text functions
  • Learn common mistakes in PHP language and work to solve them
  • Comprehensive knowledge of PHP programming
Course content
Expand 16 lectures 01:47:51
+ 1- PHP Basics
16 lectures 01:47:51
2- Basic Syntax
07:28
3- Commenting PHP Code
03:25
4 If Else If While for Switch in PHP
13:13
5- Statements are expressions terminated by semicolons
02:02
6- Expressions are combinations of tokens
00:47
7
08:48
8- Data Type In PHP Part 1
04:23
9- Escaping to PHP
02:37
10- PHP is whitespace insensitive
01:59
11 PHP Strings Strlen Str_word_count Str_replace Str_ireplace Strpos Strrev Defi
09:32
12- Default Syntax Short Tags , Comments and Outputing Data In Browser PHP
12:59
13- All The Operators
08:10
14- Control Structure IF , Else , Else If, Switch Statments
Processing..
15- Loop Structure While, Do While, For For(;;)
12:43
16- PHP's Supported Data Types Part 2
09:09
Requirements
  • Any PHP language editor
  • Any operating system
  • A personal server to run the language on it
  • IE browser prefers Opera, chrome, Mozilla FireFox
Description

I created this comprehensive course in PHP

So I used some books in the establishment of the course until the simplest information and explanation for the students because I see that there are students from several countries and several different dialects so I set up the course pastures all the conditions of students.

First :  PHP Basic Section

you create a section that explains the basics of language.

I have explained this section to all the basics of language so you will find that everything is explained tightly.

Second:  Miscellaneous Functions Overview In PHP Section

This Section contains functions for the following tasks:

Working with constants

constant() Returning the value of a constant

define() Defining a named constant

defined() Checking whether a given named constant exists Ending script execution

die() Outputting a message and terminating the current script

exit() Terminating the current script

Evaluating strings as PHP code

eval() Evaluating a string as PHP code

Retrieving information about the capabilities of a browser

get_browser() Telling what the user’s browser is capable of Performing syntax highlighting for PHP

highlight_file() Syntax highlighting of a file

highlight_string() Syntax highlighting of a string

show_source() Syntax highlighting of a file

Third: String  Functions in PHP Section

Strings are one of the most important parts of the PHP language. Most textual data is represented as

strings, and a good portion of many scripts are dedicated to processing, cleaning, escaping, parsing,

and transforming text.

Not surprisingly, PHP has a wide range of functions for dealing with string data.

Fourthly: Array-Related Functions Section

This group of functions provides a great deal of power for dealing with PHP arrays. There are functions for sorting (in various fashions), constructing, deconstructing, analyzing, and otherwise manipulating arrays. These functions are built into PHP by default and can only be disabled by editing the source code and recompiling or by using the disable_functions directive in php.ini.

Fifthly: Apache-Specific Functions Section

These functions enable you to access Apache internal features—they form a high-level interface to some

Apache API functions. Consequently, these functions are available only if you have compiled PHP as an

Apache module. It’s important to remember that these functions are case-sensitive. Functions such as

apache_note()

make a distinction between uppercase and lowercase variables, just like normal PHP

variables.

Who this course is for:
  • Students Studies PHP