An understanding of communication between the client and PHP web applications using HTTP and REST APIs with JSON
The ability to structure PHP code files effectively
Knowledge of PHP application architecture, routing, MVC, SOLID principles and dependency injection containers
The ability to store state using different methods such as cache, user sessions and files
Knowledge of relational and NoSQL databases, SQL, database transactions and object-relational mappers
An understanding of advanced architecture patterns, including Domain-Driven Design data and service classes
This course is for people who have already learned the basics of PHP (or just finished the "Learn PHP from Scratch" course) and want the bigger picture of making big web applications with this language. First, you'll learn how all PHP web applications communicate w...
Communicating with the Client
Static Web Application
Structuring Code Files
Application Architecture Basics
PHP-Based Web Application
Using a Database in the PHP Application
Testing the PHP Application
Advanced Architecture Patterns
How You'll Learn
You don’t get better at swimming by watching others. Coding is no different. Practice as you learn with live code environments inside your browser.
Videos are holding you back. The average video tutorial is spoken at 150 words per minute, while you can read at 250. That‘s why our courses are text-based.
Start learning immediately instead of fiddling with SDKs and IDEs. It‘s all on the cloud.
Built-in assessments let you test your skills. Completion certificates let you show them off.