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|Section 1: Introduction|
This video introduces chapter 1 of this course, the contents to be covered and a brief overview of each.
This video guides you on how to install XAMPP as your local web server for the purpose of running and testing your PHP scripts that we will be writing along this course.
|This video guides you on how to install Sublime Text and the default text editor for the purpose of writing and editing our PHP scripts that we will be writing along this course.|
At the end of this video you will know PHP syntax, including printing an 'Hallo World!' to the browser and how to embed PHP code inside HTML.
Comments are lines of code that are not meant to be executed as part of the program! At the end of this course, you will learn how to add lines of comments into your code for both single line comments and comments that span multiple lines.
Case sensitivity refers to how uppercase and lower case functions and variables are handled. At the end of this course, you will learn which among function names, variables and constant are case sensitive.
Quiz - Introduction
|Section 2: Basics|
This video provides an introduction into the chapter on basics. You will have on overview of all the topics we are going to learn and the essence of each to an application.
Variables are containers for storing information. At the end of this course you will be able to:
Variables are like containers for storing information. At the end of this course you will be able to:
Variables scope means the context within which a variable is accessible. At the end of this video, you will be able to :
Quiz - Variables
The Print and Echo statements are used to print output to the browser. At the end of this course, you will be able to:
Quiz - Echo Print
Variables can store different types of data. A string is any sequence of characters in between quotes.
At the end of this video, you will learn:
Variables can store different types of data. An integer is a whole number without decimals.
At the end of this video, you will learn:
Variables can store different types of data. A float is a number that has a decimal point.
At the end of this video, you will learn:
Quiz - Data Types
A string is any sequence of characters in between quotes.
In this video we will look at how we can manipulate strings in different ways
Quiz - Strings
Constants are like variables but their values are defined once and do not change during the entire script execution and are always within the global scope.
At the end of this video we will learn:
Quiz - Constants
Operators - Arithmetic
Operators - Assignment
Operators - Comparision
Operators - Increment Decrement
Operators - Logical
Quiz - Operators
|Section 3: Control Flow|
|Section 4: Loops|
|Section 5: Functions|
|Section 6: Arrays|
Multi Dimensional Arrays
|Section 7: Globals|
|Section 8: Forms|
Validation Part 1
Validation Part 2
Validation Part 3
|Section 9: Files|
|Section 10: Cookies|
|Section 11: Sessions|
|Section 12: Databases - MySQL|
Creating a Database
Creating a Table
Inserting Records Part 1
Inserting Records Part 2
|Section 13: Classes and Objects|
Classes are the way to go if you want to build a large maintainable application that is efficient. There are many other reasons though why you would want to include classes in your application, this is by no means exhaustive. In this topic;
A class enables you to put all related code together. You can access a class by first creating an instance of the class and then accessing the properties and methods from the object or by calling the class name and properties or methods if it is a static class. In this topic we learn how to:
In procedural code, you will scatter your variables everywhere as you feel like. Variable are like containers for storing data that your application needs in order to run. In your classes, the same variables have a different name, properties. You use them to store information that is unique to that particular class for use within or without the class. In this topic we will learn how to:
You put code that performs a particular action into a function in procedural programming. In classes, these functions are called methods. To call a class method however, you need to specify the class name first. In this chapter we will learn how to:
Sometimes you want some action to be performed whenever an instance of a class is created before the execution of any other method. This could be something like setting property defaults or performing some authentication, among others... You perform this inside your constructor method. In this topic will learn how to:
You can specify some action to be performed once the instance of your class is destroyed or once it goes out of scope. This could be something like closing a database connection or closing a file, among other things that you can do. You can perform this by specifying that code to be executed in destructor method. In this chapter we will learn how to:
Class inheritance enables you to extend the properties and methods in a different class and use them as if they were part of your current class. This can help you to group common functionality into one class and extend it into every other class that would need that basic functionality. In this topic we will learn how to:
The availability of class properties and methods for manipulation can be determined by specifying different visibility keywords. This can help you protect properties that store sensitive information that you would not want users to tamper with. In this topic we will learn how to:
The static keyword is used to define class method and properties that can be accessed without creating an instance of the class. In this topic we learn how to:
PHPDoc is a commenting style that you use to document your PHP code. In this topic we will learn how to:
|Section 14: Project 1|
User Management Application
He enjoys networking, building software and teaching others how to program. Geoffrey is the founder of the Gliver Framework.