OOP Object Oriented Programming In PHP 7
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1st section of the course starts with an introduction to object oriented programming. What is OOP? and why we need it ? and what was before OOP?. A little detail about procedural language.We will also learn how to add OOPness in our programming. Then the advantages of object oriented programming.
In 2nd section we will discuss the basics of OOP with real life example and then how to map it in objects, classes, properties and method.
Then how to create objects and classes in php? How to add properties and methods? How to use them? And at the end of this section we will learn about parameters and return values of a method.
3rd section describes the visibility and its three levels. Then why we need to define public, private or protected visibility of properties and methods in a class.
4th section describes the concept of constants in classes.
5th section describes about data encapsulation. Why we need it? And how to implement it and then the benefits of encapsulation.
In 6th section we will discuss about inheritance with real life example. Then how to translate it in classes, properties and methods in php code. What is ISA and HASA relationship and where to use ISA and where to use HASA in classes and objects.
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Michael Azer –
This is simply the best PHP course and the best course I have ever taken on Udemy! The instructor clearly has a deep understanding of most OOP topics so she can explain everything with a very clear and to the point example without any fluff. The course is very thoroughly prepared and covers most if not all of the OOP topics. Very highly recommended
Dan Kelly –
Being an instructor on Udemy also, I see how well this course was put together. I particularly liked when the instructor says The end at the end of the section. Great Job on the course. I enjoyed it. Thanks, Dan Kelly
Ferdia W O’Brien –
Differences in terminology and dropped words make it difficult to concentrate on the actual content. For example I have to wonder what oohp is every time it is said, instead of O O P as it generally pronounced. Spelling could also use quite a bit of work. PHP doesn’t throw Excepitons. Protip: OOP never pronounced oop ; it’s only pronounced Oh Oh Pee . Calling it oop would be a newb’s oops. OOP never pronounced oop ; it’s only pronounced Oh Oh Pee . I also note that much of the sample code has not been tabbled properly. This makes understanding the code needlessly difficult, and most of the time when I got a quiz question wrong, it was a simply error down to difficulty in matching angle brackets. Finally, I feel that the reasons WHY you might do the concepts explained could use some work. As an example, it explains WHAT invoke is, but makes no effort to point out that this effectively turns a class into a pseudo variable function, as JAVA like behaviours of saving functions to a variable are not possible in PHP.
Hubert Buxant –
Not enough exercises
Sreejith Kunhiraman Nair –
Its really good
Alexander de Los Santos –
Priyanka Behera –
Nice course and lessons are well explained. There is just one suggestion can have a full project based on OOPS.
Frederic Paulus –
Nice course, straight to the point!
Stavros Grigoriadis –
Nice course about Object Oriented Programming in PHP7 covering a broad range of concepts. Recommended!
Vaishali Arora –
good , very easy to understand
Mukul Dharap –
Excellent PHP OOP starter course
Greg Kerstine –
Comprehensive explanation and overview of important aspects in OOP PHP 7.
Jigar Dhulla –
Great content, very in detail explanation.
Panshul Khurana –
PHP Made very simple, using simple examples. Being a PHP developer, there were few things that I was missing out on . This course enhances my knowledge and skills as a developer.
Ana Maria Rodriguez Hernandez –
Subendu Chakraborty –
Compact course which covers oops for php7 in details.
Pradipta Chatterjee –