PHP is one of the most used languages on the web. The vast majority of websites you visit are built with PHP on the back-end, and learning PHP is a requirement for writing plugins or themes for a CMS like WordPress.
PHP is fast, but even better, it's easy to learn and easy to use for writing web applications.
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Let's See, what you should learn in PHP Fundamentals:
• Understand the syntax and structural elements of PHP.
• Know how to correctly apply the various control-flow structures.
• Understand PHP data types, type-juggling, and operator precedence.
• Organize code into reusable functions.
• Accomplish tasks using PHP's built-in file system and array functions.
• Understand essential elements of HTTP such as cookies and sessions.
• Understand the basics of validating input and escaping output.
• Build forms to collect information from a user.
• Interact with a database using PHP's MySQL functions.
• Utilize new PHP 7 concepts and language constructs.
• Create database-driven web applications similar to the course applications.
• Leverage object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques in your applications.
• Use built-in objects to interface a database.
• Analyze input data and learn to filter and validate it, and why.
• Request a web service and process the return data.
• Learn how to better recognize inefficient coding practices, and improve them.
• Learn best practices.
• Learn a few concepts called software design patterns.
• How to throw and handle exception objects.
• Design PHP applications using best practices.
• Use Docker in development and production.
• Design and create APIs using PHP.
• Setup continuous delivery and continuous integration systems.
• Write PHP scripts that can be run from the command line and from Cron.
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