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Learn real world API design in PHP using Apigility

PHP is the language of the web. Apigility is structured approach to building REST and RPC based APIs.
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Created by Jack Peterson
Last updated 7/2016
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What Will I Learn?
Create your own unit-tested APIs
Be familiar with Oauth2 authentication and customizing Authorization
Be able to send notification e-mail messages
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  • PHP Syntax
  • PHP Object Oriented programming
  • Exception handling
  • Web server technologies using PHP
  • A general knowledge of continuous integration

Learn how to build a robust API for your projects using the actively developed and frequently contributed to API framework, Apigility. This course is designed to jumpstart your API development and clear up many of the potentially confusing parts on how to get started using Apigility.

At the end of this course you will have a working API that provides user registration, forgotten password resets, and email notifications. You will gain some working experience with Doctrine ORM and oauth2. Finally, you'll be confident that your API's backing logic will reliably perform how you expect it to because your domain models will be unit tested.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is designed for developers already familiar with Object Oriented programming in PHP and need to implement an API but are unfamiliar with Apigility.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 33 Lectures Collapse All 33 Lectures 03:30:58
Scope of course
1 Lecture 01:44
Software that we'll be using throughout this course
2 Lectures 05:03

This video will cover the installation of Zend Studio and the creation of our Apigility project inside of Zend Studio.

IDE installation and Apigility installation

HOTFIX - related to some fatal errors when you run composer update
Dependency Management
1 Lecture 07:02
Vagrant, VirtualBox, and not breaking your local OS
1 Lecture 06:32
VirtualBox installation, Vagrant installation, ScotchBox clone, and Vagrantfile
Doctrine ORM - Part 1
2 Lectures 14:12
Configuring Doctrine

Configuration Doctrine OAuth2
General ZF2 concepts (no coding here, just conceptual stuff)
2 Lectures 08:34
Dependency injection overview

Services and Factories in ZF2
User Domain Model - Part 1
9 Lectures 01:09:21

User Service Interface, User Service, and User Service Factory creation

PHPUnit - Adding to a module

Configuring PHPUnit in scotch box and for our MyCompany module

User Service - User Registration part 1

User Service - User Registration part 2 - repeatable unit tests and exception

User Service - User Registration part 3 - Sending a welcome email

User Service - Forgot Password and Reset Password part 1

User Service - Forgot Password and Reset Password part 2
Apigility - continuing set-up
1 Lecture 03:09
REST - User Registration
1 Lecture 12:16
Register user - getting some data to flow
REST - forgot password / reset password
2 Lectures 18:05
Rest - Forgot Password

Bonus: Resetting the password -- creating a reset landing page
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About the Instructor
3.6 Average rating
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98 Students
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I am an avid PHP developer who has experience in taking applications from the drawing board up through production deployments. I am on Udemy to share my knowledge gained in the industry to help better educate existing php developers with respect to best practices and to help these developers focus on producing higher quality code.

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