Object Oriented PHP Tutorial Updated

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Hi,

I’ve update my beginners tutorial on object oriented PHP adding steps 12-17. I cover two new basic OO concepts in these steps:

  • Constructors.
  • Access modifiers.

Again, this is a code intensive article where I expect you to follow along with your PHP editors.

More to come.

Thanks,

Stefan Mischook

www.killerphp.com


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  1. Stefan Mischook’s Blog: Object Oriented PHP Tutorial Updated…

  2. [...] Stefan Mischook has once again updated his beginner tutorial to help new developers to PHP get acquainted with working with objects in PHP. I’ve update my beginners tutorial on object oriented PHP adding steps 12-17. I cover two new basic OO concepts in these steps: Constructors and Access modifiers. [...]

  3. Adam says:

    I think your next guide should make it clear why classes are so important in programming. Many programmers just stick their functions inside classes and think they’ve done a good job. So wrong. Each class should REALLY only have one responsibility, if the class has no responsibility what-so-ever, then it shouldn’t be a class. Of course there are one or two exceptions to that rule with PHP not support namespaces – I wonder if it ever will!

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