Learning Path Functional Programming For Php 7 Developers Free Download

Learning Path Functional Programming For Php 7 Developers Free Download

Last updated 6/2019MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHzLanguage: English | Size: 1.28 GB | Duration: 8h 46m

Enhance your PHP 7 development skills by learning advanced PHP techniques and most importantly functional programming.

What you’ll learn

Use advanced PHP 7 features such as the Abstract Syntax Tree and Anonymous Classes

Discover when and where to modify PHP 5 to avoid backwards-compatibility breaks

Debug your code and get to know the best practices

Find out about PHP7’s internal closure object to write very powerful higher-order functions

Explore the benefits of writing functionally versus other paradigms

See function evaluation strats in-depth and simulate a lazy invocation

Get an exposure to a completely functional PHP library called PRamda


A core understanding of PHP 7


Do you wish to advance your PHP development skills? Do you want to get equipped with the tools and skills required to deliver efficient applications for your websites and enterprises?

PHP 7 offers new features and tools to write optimized code. Functional programming is one such tool. If you’re a PHP developer looking at enhancing your skills by working on over 80 real-world tasks and learning functioning programming, this Learning Path is for you.

Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.

This Learning Path will start by demonstrating intermediate to advanced PHP techniques. You’ll learn to solve practical, real-world problems faced by PHP developers like yourself every day. You’ll learn new ways of writing PHP code made possible only in version 7. In addition, we discuss backward-compatibility breaks and give you plenty of guidance on when and where PHP 5 code needs to be changed to produce the correct results when running under PHP 7. This course also incorporates the latest PHP 7.x features.

You’ll learn PHP7’s internal closure object, enabling you to write very powerful functions. This Learning Path provides helpful techniques and insights such as lazy function evaluation and currying that facilitate composing functions together.

Finally, you’ll be skilled enough to think about coding problems in terms of the composition of pure functions.

The goal of this course to equip you to perform efficient coding in PHP 7.

This Learning Path is authored by one of the best in the fields.

Doug Bierer

Doug Bierer has been hooked on computers since his first program, written in Dartmouth BASIC on a DEC PDP-8, in 1971. In his wide-rag career, this author has been a professional contract programmer since 1978, having written applications in BASIC, PL/I, assembler, FORTH, C, C, dBase/FoxBase/Clipper, Pascal, Perl, Java, and PHP.

He deployed his first website in 1993 while living in San Francisco. He speaks four languages, has traveled extensively, and has lived in the USA, France, the Netherlands, England, Sweden, Scotland, and Thailand. He also spent some years doing Linux system administration and TCP/IP networking. He is also an accomplished musician (he has written over 60 songs) as well as a writer, under the pen name of Douglas Alan.

Doug’s own company is, which specializes in consulting, PHP programming, website development, and training (primarily for Zend Technologies Ltd and Rogue Wave Software Inc. Some of his technical works for O’Reilly Media are Learning PHP and MySQL, Learning PHP Security, Learning MongoDB, and Learning Doctrine.

Luis Atencio

Luis Atencio is a Staff Software Eeer for Citrix Systems in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He has a BSc and an MSc in Computer Science and now works full developing and architecting web applications using PHP, javascript, and Java platforms. Luis is also very involved in the community and has presented on several occasions at conferences and local meet-ups.

When he is not coding, Luis writes magazine articles for PHPArch and DZone. Luis is also the author of Functional Programming in javascript,Manning 2016, RxJS in Action, Manning 2016, and Functional PHP.


Section 1: PHP 7 Programming Solutions

Lecture 1 PHP 7 Installation Considerations

Lecture 2 Using PHP Server, Defining MYSQL, and Installing PHPUnit

Lecture 3 Implementing Class Autoloading

Lecture 4 Hoovering a Website

Lecture 5 Building a Deep Web Scanner

Lecture 6 Creating a PHP 5 to PHP 7 Code Converter

Lecture 7 Understanding the Abstract Syntax Tree

Lecture 8 Understanding Differences in Parsing

Lecture 9 Understanding Differences in foreach Handling

Lecture 10 Improving Performance Using PHP 7 Enhancements

Lecture 11 Iterating Through a Massive File

Lecture 12 Uploading a Spreadsheet into a Database

Lecture 13 Recursive Directory Iterator

Lecture 14 Developing Functions

Lecture 15 Hinting at Data Types

Lecture 16 Using Return Value Data Typing

Lecture 17 Using Iterators

Lecture 18 Writing Your Own Iterator Using Generators

Lecture 19 Developing Classes

Lecture 20 Extending classes

Lecture 21 Using Static Properties and Methods

Lecture 22 Using Namespaces

Lecture 23 Defining Visibility

Lecture 24 Using Interfaces

Lecture 25 Using Traits

Lecture 26 Implementing Anonymous Classes

Lecture 27 Using PDO to Connect to a Database

Lecture 28 Building an OOP SQL Query Builder

Lecture 29 Handling Pagination

Lecture 30 Defining Entities to Match Database Tables

Lecture 31 Tying Entity Classes to RDBMS Queries

Lecture 32 Embedding Secondary Lookups into Query Results

Lecture 33 Implementing jQuery DataTables PHP Lookups

Lecture 34 Creating a Generic Form Element Generator

Lecture 35 Creating an HTML Radio Element Generator

Lecture 36 Creating an HTML Select Element Generator

Lecture 37 Implementing a Form Factory

Lecture 38 Chaining $_POST Filters

Lecture 39 Chaining $_POST Validators

Lecture 40 Tying Validation to a Form

Lecture 41 Converting between PHP and XML

Lecture 42 Creating a Simple REST Client

Lecture 43 Creating a Simple REST Server

Lecture 44 Creating a Simple SOAP Client

Lecture 45 Creating a Simple SOAP Server

Lecture 46 Using Getters and Setters

Lecture 47 Implementing a Linked List

Lecture 48 Building a Bubble Sort

Lecture 49 Implementing a Stack

Lecture 50 Building a Binary Search Class

Lecture 51 Implementing a Search Ee

Lecture 52 Displaying a Multi-dimensional Array and Accumulating Tools

Lecture 53 Creating an Array to Object Hydrator

Lecture 54 Building an Object to Array Hydrator

Lecture 55 Implementing a Strategy Pattern

Lecture 56 Defining a Mapper

Lecture 57 Implementing Object-Relational Mapping

Lecture 58 Implementing the Pub/Sub Design Pattern

Lecture 59 Filtering $_POST Data

Lecture 60 Validating $_POST Data

Lecture 61 Safeguarding the PHP Session

Lecture 62 Securing Forms with a Token

Lecture 63 Building a Secure Password Generator

Lecture 64 Safeguarding Forms with a CAPTCHA

Lecture 65 Encrypting/Decrypting without mcrypt

Lecture 66 Using Traits and Interfaces

Lecture 67 Universal Exception Handler

Lecture 68 Universal Error Handler

Lecture 69 Customizing Sessions Using the session_start Parameters

Section 2: Functional PHP 7

Lecture 70 The Course Overview

Lecture 71 Static versus Dynamic Typing

Lecture 72 The Closure Class

Lecture 73 Higher-Order Functions

Lecture 74 Reasoning About Your Code

Lecture 75 Declarative Programming

Lecture 76 Testable Functions

Lecture 77 What is Functional Programming?

Lecture 78 Pure Functions

Lecture 79 Loops versus Recursion

Lecture 80 FP Transformation

Lecture 81 Lazy versus Eager Evaluation

Lecture 82 Partial Function Application

Lecture 83 Currying

Lecture 84 The Composer of Functions

Lecture 85 Defining Composition

Lecture 86 PRamda Functional Library

Lecture 87 Auto-Currying and Composition

Lecture 88 Course Summary

PHP developers looking at enhancing their programming skills have this Video Learning Path for their learning,The Learning Path starts by taking a task-based approach, with real-world examples that can serve as building blocks for a larger application. Each task is self-contained with no external dependencies. Then, it moves on with an easy-to-follow, from theoretical to practical, approach to bring your applications up to a functional way of thinking. Each step in the course is self-contained.

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