In the training of our PHP Course you will explore the professional part of PHP in our institute. At the end of this advance PHP training course you would be able to develop dynamic websites, web applications, data driven projects etc. This course has been designed by our expert trainers & lecturers by using their skills, knowledge & on the job exposure. The content of the course is enhanced & updated according to the changes in technological trends in order to meet the industry standards.
The process to sign up in this course is simple & hassle free. Our expert trainers are professionals who have many years of experience in web development. It helps them to train you on the complications that you may face in the job beforehand. These experts will let you work on the live projects.
Excerpt: This advanced training PHP course at Prolytics is the best as only expert trainers & professionals will train you to enhance your skills by letting you to work on live projects.
Setting Up the Environment
You are about to start a journey—a long one, in which you will learn how to write web applications with PHP. However, first, you need to set up your environment, something that has proven to be tricky at times
Web Applications with PHP
Web applications are a common thing in our lives, and they are usually very user friendly; users do not need to understand how they work behind the scenes. As a developer, though, you need to understand how your application works internally.
Understanding PHP Basics
Learning a new language is not easy. You need to understand not only the syntax of the language, but also its grammatical rules, that is, when and why to use each element of the language. Luckily for you, some languages come from the same root.
Creating Clean Code with OOP
When applications start growing, representing more complex data structures becomes necessary. Primitive types like integers, strings, or arrays are not enough when you want to associate specific behavior to data.
Adapting to MVC
Web applications are more complex than what we have built so far. The more functionality you add, the more difficult the code is to maintain and understand. It is for this reason that structuring your code in an organized way is crucial.
Data is probably the cornerstone of most web applications. Sure, your application has to be pretty, fast, error-free, and so on, but if something is essential to users, it is what data you can manage for them.
Testing Web Applications
We are pretty sure you have heard the term "bug" when speaking about applications. Sentences such as "We found a bug in the application that…" followed by some very undesirable behavior are more common than you think.
Using Existing PHP Frameworks
In the same way that you wrote your framework with PHP, other people did it too. It did not take long for people to realize that entire frameworks were reusable too. Of course, one man's meat is another man's poison, and as with many other examples in the IT world, loads of frameworks started to appear.
Building REST APIs
Most non-developers probably think that creating applications means building either software for your PC or Mac, games, or web pages, because that is what they can see and use.
Testing Web Applications, you learned how to write unit tests in order to test small pieces of code in an isolated way. Even though this is a must, it is not enough alone to make sure your application works as it should.