Course Description

Object-Oriented PHP For Beginners Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a powerful paradigm for developing software, and PHP is one of the most popular languages for web development. This course aims to teach beginners the fundamentals of object-oriented programming in PHP, enabling them to build complex and maintainable web applications. The course begins with an introduction to object-oriented programming concepts, such as classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation. Students will learn how to create classes and objects in PHP, how to define class properties and methods, and how to use constructors and destructors. The course then progresses to more advanced topics, such as inheritance, interfaces, and traits. Students will learn how to use inheritance to create derived classes from base classes, how to implement interfaces to define a set of methods that must be implemented by a class, and how to use traits to share code between classes. In addition to these core topics, the course also covers best practices for object-oriented programming in PHP, including code organization, testing, and debugging. Students will learn how to use PHP's built-in debugging tools to troubleshoot code, and how to write effective unit tests to ensure that their code works as expected. Throughout the course, students will work on hands-on projects that will reinforce the concepts they have learned. They will build a variety of web applications, such as a content management system, a shopping cart, and a user authentication system. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of object-oriented programming in PHP and the skills to build complex and maintainable web applications. This course is designed for beginners with little or no experience in object-oriented programming or PHP. However, students should have a basic understanding of programming concepts, such as variables, functions, and control structures. Students who complete this course will be well-prepared to take on more advanced PHP courses or start building their own web applications using object-oriented programming techniques. Author: Dary Nazar (Code with Dary)