Learn Top Ten Frameworks In PHP By Building Projects
About this Course
Eduonix brings you a unique course that covers some of the most popular PHP frameworks in a single curriculum. You no longer have to refer to multiple books and resources to learn them as you can master them all here. You get to create ten different projects using using a different framework for each and will also help you identify the pros and cons of each of them. After this course you will be in a better position to decide which framework to choose for your next project.
PHP is the most popular web programming language. Originally designed to handle simply the back-end process of webpages, PHP has now also evolved as a general-purpose programming language.
Instead of manually coding everything between the website and the server, there are now numerous frameworks that can simplify the tasks of creating the CMS of a website or an application. PHP offers multiple benefits in terms of designing including the ability to be embedded in HTML coding or be used with various web template systems and web frameworks.
With so many benefits and the ability to shave off drastic amount of a developer’s time, it is no wonder a lot of people are learning PHP frameworks and there are many different frameworks available for developers to design their websites.
If you are new to coding and haven’t yet determined which framework to use or are fluent in one framework but have a willingness to learn another one – well then this is the perfect course for you.
Our course will tackle ten of the most popular PHP frameworks that are available and will show you what you can do with simple coding and an amazing framework. Each framework will be used to create a brand new project.
The 10 frameworks that this course will undertake include:
Section 1 – CakePHP – Patient Manager
Following the model–view–controller (MVC), CakePHP is a fan favorite for many developers because of features such as no configuration, built in translations, database access, caching, validation, authentication, etc. and excellent security. Learn how to create a database manager using CakePHP.
Section 2 – Yii2 – Job Board
Yii2 is the latest version of the Yii PHP framework and is touted for its benefits such as easy to install feature, being able to take advantage of advanced PHP features such as late static binding, SPL classes and interfaces, and anonymous functions. It also is highly extensible, encourages testing and comes with built in easy to use security features. Learn how to create a Job Board using Yii2.
Section 3 – Symfony – Event Calendar
Symfony offers a little bit of everything. Not only is it a PHP framework but it is also a “set of PHP Components, a Philosophy, and a Community”, according to its website. The Symfony uses numerous other PHP open-source projects as part of its own framework such as Propel, PDO,
PHPUnit, Twig and Swift Mailer. With so much to offer, no wonder it is such a popular PHP framework. Learn how to create an event calendar using this amazing technology.
Section 4 – Codeigniter – Sparkup CMS
Codeigniter makes it on this list because of its speed compared to other PHP frameworks. It is known as a faster, lighter and the least like a framework, framework. It allows developers to focus on creativity and not be hindered by the strict rules that frameworks usually follow. Create a full CMS using this speedy PHP framework.
Section 5 – Laravel – Photo Gallery
According to a popularity survey on SitePoint, Laravel was selected as the most popular PHP framework because of its simplicity in use. It comes with expressive syntax, the ability to be tailored for specific needs, a modular packaging system with a dedicated dependency manager, different utilities and different ways of accessing relational databases. For many, it is the perfect Framework. Create a clean and beautiful photo gallery using Laravel.
Section 6 – Zend – Knowledgebase
Zend makes this list because of its ability to work as a PHP framework for not only websites, but also web applications and mobile applications. With the applications taking over our phones and computers, this framework is very important. It comes with numerous features including use-at-will architecture, extensible MVC implementation, support for multiple database systems, flexible caching sub-system, etc. Learn how to create a functional knowledgebase using this framework.
Section 7 – Slim – RESTful API
Slim is a micro PHP framework that simplifies the process of writing applications and creating APIs. The benefit of using Slim is for creating simple, yet powerful APIs that can be used when developing back-end systems. The framework comes with features such as a fast and powerful router, concentric middleware to tweak the HTTP request around the app, support for any PSR-7 HTTP message implementation and support for dependency injection. Create a RESTful API using this powerful framework.
Section 8 – Nette – FreshIdeas Idea Diary
Nette has climbed the list of popular frameworks because of its simplicity. It requires developers to do more by writing less codes. It comes with support for advanced technology such as AJAX / AJAJ, Dependency Injection, SEO, DRY, KISS, MVC, Web 2.0, and cool URL. It also comes with numerous plugins, security technology and debugging tools. Learn how to make an interactive diary using Nette framework.
Section 9 – PHPixie – Weblink Manager
In addition to being a pretty framework, PHPixie is also a very easy to learn technology. It comes with awesome features such as Linear code flow, support for MONGODB, hardened security, etc. The best part about PHPixie is that it is fast to learn and to use. Create a weblink manager using this framework.
Section 10 – FuelPHP – Albumshelf
An open source framework, FuelPHP implements the HMVC pattern and is touted as a framework “based on the best ideas of other frameworks”. FuelPHP is very flexible allowing developers to change, modify, extend or replace any component of the core framework. Learn how to create an elegant and sleek Albumshelf using this powerful framework.
PHP plays an important role when it comes to creating the server side of a website, or an application. This PHP framework course is a comprehensive course that covers everything you need to know about popular PHP frameworks. Not only will you learn about the different frameworks and their features, but you will also get a hands-on experience for creating a project using each of the framework. So, what are you waiting for? Enroll Now and become a PHP Guru…