PHP5 Tutorials – Introduction
Being a veteran Java programmer and a big believer of OOAD concepts I have started toying with PHP5 – which the world says to be the next level of PHP.
Guys behind PHP5 have no doubt done a remarkable job by releasing this version at a much needed time when the entire PHP community were wanting their favorite PHP language with OOPS features.
PHP5 has a couple of good OOPS features like:
- You can now write Destructor methods
- You can now define access specifiers (public, private & protected)
- You can now inherit from a base class, therefore function overriding is now possible
- You can now define Abstract Classes
- You can now create Interfaces
- PHP has now introduced Method Type Hinting
Compared to Java PHP5 does not have much to offer, but I sincerely believe that its a positive start towards making PHP5 a language as well defined by Java.
PHP6 is now under active development where a lot of new features are being thought of and support for certain global variables are removed.
Following is the course content that I will publish regularly
1. Introduction to PHP Web Programming
2. PHP variables
3. PHP Decision making Structures
4. PHP Looping Structures
5. PHP Functions
6. PHP Form Processing
7. PHP Cookie Management
8. PHP Database Management
9. PHP Sample Web Application
10. PHP Introduction to OOPS Features
11. PHP Classes, Objects and Methods
12. PHP Inheritance
13. PHP Interfaces
14. PHP Polymorphism
15. PHP Magic Methods
16. About Zend PHP Certification
Keep visiting back to find more updates on this tutorial
PHP team has announced the end of PHP 4 by the 31st of December 2007. Beyond this date, no more fixes and patches for PHP4 will be available.
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