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PHP Front To Back [Part 1] - Series Introduction

PHP Front To Back [Part 1] – Series Introduction



This is the start of an ongoing series that will teach you the entire language of PHP. This series will include:

Basic principles of PHP
PHP7 / Apache / MySQL Setup
Code Syntax (vars, arrays, loops, conditionals, functions, etc)
Procedural & OOP
Dynamic Pages
Form Submission / Superglobals
Working With Databases
Mini Projects (Contact Form, User Login System, etc)

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29 thoughts on “PHP Front To Back [Part 1] – Series Introduction

  1. I just want to thank you for All your tutorial. During this Corona Virus pandemic, My Business was force to shut off, and I was on the road of learning Programming to cater my needs for my Business (POS and Content Management System). In a month I learned C#, but I didn't learn asp.net because it don't tie up beautifully with mysql. I then Learn web programming and Learn a lot from you html, css now this php. I manage to Get my Program up and running with little features, I just want to say thank you for your free tutorials if ever I'd get the business back and serves me well, I will definitely donate to you. God bless you man.

  2. How can i put classes in arguments of object from another class with enabling load this class with or without loading argument of the class

    example :

    class A{

    public function a(){

    return 'Hi';

    }

    }

    class B{

    public function b(){

    return 'Hello';

    }

    }

    class C{

    public function c(A $a , B $b){

    return 'Bye';

    }

    }

    class D{

    public function d(){

    echo C::c( new A() , new B() ) ;

    echo echo C::c( new B() ) ;

    }

    }

    in this example i want to run 2 methods in class D ,

    so how i make arugment of classes is optional ?

    help pls

  3. Bless you man, I love all of your videos and have bought quite a few on Udemy. I was hoping you did a php course on Udemy and was sad when I didn't see one. I took the off chance and googled your name + php and now I find a free tutorial on youtube. You're amazing, and I'm thankful that you teach!

  4. Okay, I just entered a project that's a website and I am supposed to clean the code. make the front end "better" and more accessible. No problem, that's my usual job. BUT then my supervisor sent me the archives and I am COMPLETLY lost. There is not ONE single html page and I am like "wth is going on here?" somehow they managed to make the index a php and I can't even open it in the browser like they showed to me. I decided to look the code, maybe there was an extension I didn't had or something, but the archive has basically just 3 lines of code calling Kernel… help??

  5. I really enjoy your videos. I am taking a web design class and we are about 2 months in and we are still learning things that you taught me in 3 hours worth of youtube. Thanks you so much for the awesome vids.

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