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Learn Object Oriented PHP By Building a Complete Website. Description One of the most powerful server-scripting languages requires an equally powerful course to help break down the tricky concepts of Object Oriented PHP in a step by step manner to help you master OOP PHP.

Learn Object Oriented PHP By Building a Complete Website

Don’t just be good at PHP, instead be a ninja by learning how objects and classes combine to form simple, brilliant software. Leave behind old complicated courses and opt for the course that gets your hand dirty by not only teaching you the theoretical aspects of OOP PHP, but also gets you ready for the physical aspects as well. Here’s how object oriented programming blends with PHP to create something simple and beautiful. The idea behind object oriented programming or OOP is that it revolves around objects instead of actions.

This course was designed to simplify the process of understanding OOP PHP in the easiest and most accurate manner. Here’s a course that simplifies your life and teaches you one of the greatest paradigm changes made to the powerful PHP language. The PHP Practitioner: Classes 101. Object-oriented Programming (OOP) in C++ 1.

Object-oriented Programming (OOP) in C++

Why OOP? Suppose that you want to assemble your own PC, you go to a hardware store and pick up a motherboard, a processor, some RAMs, a hard disk, a casing, a power supply, and put them together. You turn on the power, and the PC runs. You need not worry whether the motherboard is a 4-layer or 6-layer board, whether the hard disk has 4 or 6 plates; 3 inches or 5 inches in diameter, whether the RAM is made in Japan or Korea, and so on. You simply put the hardware components together and expect the machine to run. Similarly, a car is assembled from parts and components, such as chassis, doors, engine, wheels, brake, and transmission.

Hardware, such as computers and cars, are assembled from parts, which are reusable components. How about software? Why re-invent the wheels? 1.1 Traditional Procedural-Oriented languages. Become a Web Developer. The Languages, Frameworks and Tools You Should Learn in 2017. Martin Angelov The software development industry continues its relentless march forward.

The Languages, Frameworks and Tools You Should Learn in 2017

In 2016 we saw new releases of popular languages, frameworks and tools that give us more power and change the way we work. It is difficult to keep track of everything that is new, so at the end of every year we give you our take on what is important and what you should learn during the next twelve months. The Trends Progressive Web Apps In 2016 we saw the rise of the Progressive Web App concept.

The Bot Hype Everybody is talking about bots right now. Consolidation of Frontend Frameworks In the JavaScript community we have an incredible churn of frameworks and tools, with new ones being born almost every week. The Cloud Companies and developers everywhere are embracing “the cloud”. Machine Learning Machine Learning (ML) has exploded in popularity during the last twelve months. Languages JavaScript continues its incredible pace of innovation.

Python 3.6 was released in December. Frontend Backend. Become a Web Developer. No Excuse List. The Odin Project. This course is for anyone who is either starting from scratch or who isn't entirely comfortable with their understanding of the command line, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Ruby, web frameworks, Git, or other foundational technologies and practices of web development.

The Odin Project

We cover a LOT of ground -- by the end of this comprehensive course, you'll be well prepared to take on our deep dive courses or explore further on your own. Learn to code from the ground up! Object-oriented Programming (OOP) in C++ Beam me up Scotty, multiple times!!! The question might come up, "How can I get a pointer to point to a pointer?

Beam me up Scotty, multiple times!!!

" Ok, maybe this question won't come up in your mind, but it might come up in your programming. I just want to touch on the subject on how to do it. First let's look at some code: int **ramon; int *paul; int melissa = 5; paul = &melissa; ramon = &paul; printf("ramon = %d\n", ramon); printf("&paul = %d\n", &paul); printf("*ramon = %d\n", *ramon); printf("&melissa = %d\n", &melissa); printf("**ramon = %d\n", **ramon); Let's take this line by line. The first line declares a double pointer called ramon. We then declare a pointer called paul. The best way to learn this stuff is just doing some programming examples on your own and see what comes out.

Teach yourself to code.