PHP OOP: Object Oriented Programming for beginners + Project (

PHP OOP: Learn OOP PHP and Take your skills to another level. Make serious money by building awesome applications.

Created by: Edwin Diaz

Produced in 2018

What you will learn

  • Learn New OOP techniques
  • Build PHP OOP applications

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Overall Score : 88 / 100

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Course Description

Hands on Real Life Project inside!

On Demand OOP Skills Inside
OOP is a must for everybody period!
Do you have the PHP basics, but need something that will propel you to a new level?
Then this course is for you.
You took some other courses that unfortunately did not provided real world experience?
Then this course is for you.
You need full prompt support from your instructor?
Then this course is for you.
Do you want NEW updated PHP code?
Then this course is for you.
Do you want easy to follow lectures?
Then this course is for you.
Do you want an instructor that cares and answers promptly?
I am here for you :)
How would you like to finally get all the knowledge you need to make all the money you want freelancing? This course will give that knowledge and more.
How would you life to get a top paying job building dynamic web applications?
This course will guaranteed you success if you apply yourself, and take the time to learn everything included.
PHP has allowed me to make a really great income, so much that It gives me time to teach others about it. You too can become a professional in the field, and create the life you always dreamed of.
PHP is one of the best web programming languages in the world, and all the big important websites, like Google, Apple, Facebook, Yahoo, Wikipedia and many more, use it for their web applications.
Commonly asked question
How much money can I make if I learn PHP?
Starting salaries in the US, it ranges from 60,000 to 150,000 a year, but freelancing can make you a lot more than that, if you know what you are doing.
  1. New PHP code
  2. New lectures added all the time
  3. Prompt support
  4. No boring lectures here :)
  5. Advance Project Creation
  6. I care about my students Education
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With 100% money guaranteed within 30 days, you have NOTHING to lose and a world of possibilities for your future. If for some reason you don't like the course or me, you can get your money back from Udemy.Who this course is for:
  • Students with Basic PHP knowledge should take this course
  • Students looking for the ultimate PHP Course
  • Students looking to upgrade their PHP skills to another level
  • Students looking to get a better job
  • Students looking to make big money from freelancing

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Instructor Details

Edwin Diaz

He is a professional who has experience in computer science; also a broad set of skills in software ,web development, and information technology.
Considered a Sensei in technology who trains people to become Ninjas in different programming languages. Equipped with so many skills and great personality, he thought, why not give this knowledge and help the rest of the world?
The passion, to teach and help other people was something engraved in him since he was a little boy, so it's only natural that it found expression. Edwin's ability to transmit his energy, enthusiasm, and knowledge to other people allows him to do what he does best "Teach".
Edwin Diaz has taught thousands of people all over the world how to code. He has also built hundreds of apps, programs and websites for individuals and businesses. Edwin also provides one-on-one group training to individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations to help them manage their websites on their own with no knowledge of code.
Teaching is not just a job for Mr. Diaz but a way of life that continues to flourish every single day.
He now enjoys teaching others how to start coding in many different programming languages and spending time with his family.Coding Faculty creates high quality technology training content. We aim to teach technology the right way but at the same time putting emphasis on each of our students. We are a growing team of professional trainers who love our work but overall helping our students



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Great course and gives clear explanations, always responsive, nearly impossible to miss important things :) Gave a good understanding on OOP and how it can be useful!

Over all this is a great course, just some lectures a little unclear.

One of the Best and most comprehensive as well as engaging series for learning Object Oriented Programming.....

Lectures are good, but the codes in the teaching or lectures keep changing without mention. At least provide the source code.

Great course! Very interesting. Covers not only OOP but, a lot of other different topics that a real app has. I love that have errors, it help me think and figure out solutions. Thank you so much! And thanks for the positivism and good energy.

This course is a great way to prepare for Edwin's PHP with Laravel for Beginners which I am also taking. I got into the Laravel course and backed up to take this one so Laravel made more sense. Highly recommend this course.

Instructor seems a bit all over the place. Keeps changing things for no real reason. There is also too much talking without any real information.

I love this course! Good content and good teacher. I learned a lot! Thanks Edwin, for creating this awesome course!

Ok, where to begin. I like Edwin and his courses. I've taken his beginner course on PHP and really learned a lot from it. I am also learning a bit from this one. I love the content and the project. Unfortunately, I am getting a bit frustrated with this course. First of all he makes quite a few mistakes and while he stresses coding along with him, which I agree with, that can get rather frustrating when you have to retype as many things as he does. Nobody's perfect but he doesn't seem to be able to make up his mind on naming conventions and you end up retyping them as often as he does. Second, I have noticed throughout the course that he makes mistakes that he corrects later and then suddenly uses the code with the mistakes still in it in the next lecture or code he has refactored in a previous lecture shows up in the way he had it before refactoring in subsequent lectures. Very confusing. Luckily, I have learned enough to know how to fix most things. However, in a recent lecture I have run into a problem with his naming of files. Most of them are too similarly named and have caused an error that he somehow himself didn't have but I and others have had. I'm speaking of the photo.php file in the gallery folder. I had to rename it to photoview.php to get it to work. I have 2 includes directories, 2 photo.php files and a photos.php file, well you get the point. It seems to me for whatever reason Edmin is in a hurry, perhaps more than in his other courses or he has too much on his plate to spend some time correcting his mistakes and making sure everything works. I like his humor but, I haven't had my coffee today and my kid played with my keyboard goes only so far. Lastly, I am concerned that while this is an extensive course and there are some pretty cool parts to it, it does lack security. I have taken pentesting courses that can teach you how to generate a reverse shell on a webserver with php installed because the code lacks any restriction on file uploads like file extension restrictions for .jpg, .jpeg, .png etc... or the code does not add a php library that changes an uploaded file into a picture just to make sure that a picture is what you have not a reverse shell for instance. There also seems to be no password hashing like in his other course. I would think he could easily include that in another section with an addition of a security class, although admittedly, I haven't finished the course so don't know if he has done this yet. I admit that I am spending a lot of time fixing errors and at the end of the course will spend quite a bit of time adding security features. This will of course help me learn on my own but if I do that often enough then what do I need udemy courses on php for?

Exelente curso, exelente profesor, hace que todo sea facil.He hecho otros cursos on-line, pero le energia que Edwin pone en cada una de las lecciones hace que no quieras dejar de aprender.Lo recomiendo 100%!!!

This course is awesome!!! I learned a great deal about object oriented programming in PHP. I am way more confident now then what I was before I took the course. Edwin is always upbeat and never boring.

This has been so great so far! Edwin does a great job explaining what he is doing and trying to accomplish. His progression through the course is well thought out and lends itself to easy learning. Great Job, Edwin!