Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
With the introduction of PHP5, there is a great improvements in OOP and it also introduces many new libraries to seamlessly work with database in an OOP way. These libraries provide you with improved performance, sometimes improved security features, and of course a whole lot of methods to interact with new features provided by the database server. In this tutorial, I will be discussing connecting to MySQL database the OOP way in PHP.
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is a type of programming which makes building complex, modular and reusable web applications that much easier. With the introduction of PHP5, PHP can now compete with the likes of Java, C#, since it now has the complete OOP infrastructure. In this tutorial, I will be discussing on Introuduction to OO PHP.
Chats and Shoutboxes are popular features of many websites. Learn how to create a facebook style chat with PHP OOP, including PHP Dependency Injection and PDO interface.
An article about dependency injection in php and a critical review on DI container.
This tutorial covers using pagination from a class, this makes a very small reusable piece of code.
This tutorial describes an introduction to classes and object oriented programming in PHP. Object oriented programming (OOP) is a commonly used term when discussing modern programming techniques. One of the things that makes humans stand out is the ability to categorize - we put objects into categories of similar type of function.
In this tutorial we'll learn how to create and use singleton classes. A singleton class is a class that can be instantiated only once. This is may be useful when only one object of certain class is needed to coordinate across your system. While it may not come up frequently, it can be a useful technique when it simply doesn't make sense to have more than one instance of a class.
Beginners guide to OOP with PHP
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In todays tutorial we will see how easy it is to create a cool looking Ajax registration modal using the power of Bootstrap, CodeIgniter, and jQuery.
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