Apr 07, 2011 — 11 comments
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Learning OOP in PHP ASAP
Beginners guide to OOP with PHP
This tutorial introduces you to object-oriented programming in PHP. You'll explore the basics of object-oriented programming, and learn how to write simple object-oriented PHP scripts.
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.
IntroductionWelcome to Part 2 of a three part series introducing Object Oriented PHP! This tutorial will build off thefirst part from last week. Compare this to playing a sport; if you don’t know the basics, you’ll never progress.In This TutorialToday, we are going to learn the following:Constructors and DestructorsReturning data from your functionsKeeping organizedConstructors and DestructorsThink of PHP constructors and destructors like.
So just what are class constructors, and how can they be used within PHP classes / OOP programming? When a PHP class is first called, the class will automatically run the class constructor function, which can help automatically configure the class. This can be useful if you need to preset some instance variables, sessions or cookies – prior to using the class methods.
How to Make an AJAX PHP Chat System Easily with download-able sources
In this tutorial we are making a simple AJAX-ed Todo List App, with PHP, MySQL and jQuery. In the process we are going to demonstrate PHP’s OOP capabilities, play with jQuery UI and implement some nice AJAX functionality.
About This SeriesThis is a three part series introducing Object-Oriented PHP, a way to manage your code and keep different parts separate, all while being easily accessible. I hadn’t really planned it this way, but myprevious article works as a great precursor to this article, showing you how to get a PHP/MySQL Sandbox up and running, which is just what we’ll be using for this tutorial as I believe a hands-on approach is the best way to...
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