Learning PHP — Part Six: Classes, Objects and Object-Oriented Programming

Now we know how to create a webpage and style it, so let’s move on to adding dynamic content to the page. And we do that with PHP, or PHP Hypertext Processor. This is how you can grab data from files or a database, loop through the data and display it in any way possible. In our last intro video on PHP, we’ll discuss classes, objects and object oriented programming.

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Timestamps

  • :21 — What are Classes and Objects?
  • :55 — Properties
  • 2:02 — Methods
  • 2:36 — Constructors
  • 3:23 — How to use Object-Oriented Programming
  • 4:14 — What's Next?