PHP Object Oriented Programming Online Course

PHP Object Oriented Programming Online Course in Uganda

 

2KO Uganda's online PHP Object Oriented Programming course is for students wishing to become proficient in PHP programming. 2KO International delivers consulting services, in the IT and Business space, as well as being a training provider for IT certification and user level courses. Training can be any combination of bespoke, classroom and online learning.

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One of the most difficult programming concepts to learn is Object Oriented Programming (OOP). This course lays Object Oriented Programming out for you in a way that is easy to follow. In this course we will be discussing classes, methods and properties. These programming concepts will be defined and you will see how they work in a real world situations. You will then move on to more advanced PHP OOP topics.

Price in Ugandan Shilling - as at 21 August USh 110,880

 

Projects
In this course you will work on two real world projects after you have mastered the concepts of OOP:

 

Create a calculator using PHP OOP

Using PHP OOP to work with a SQL database

 

Who Should Take This Course
This course is for both experienced and beginning web developers and programmers. We found through student feedback that more instruction was needed on OOP, even if the student had be programming for a number of years. Hence, this course was born. If you're interested in a more in-depth project using Object Oriented Programming, check out our very popular course PHP Object Oriented Programming: Build a Login System.


Class Curriculum

Introduction

 

Introduction to PHP Object Oriented Programming

Introduction to Classes, Methods and Properties

 

Understanding and Using Classes, Methods and Properties

Constructor Method

Class Constants

Using Static Properties and Methods

Extending a Class

Protecting Methods and Properties

Encapsulation

Scope Resolution Operator

 

OOP Exercise: Create a Calculator

Calculator Exercise

 

OOP Exercise: Working with MySQL Database

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3