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Welcome to KillerPHP.com!
I created this website to teach PRACTICAL PHP to non-nerd web designer types. Since the release of PHP7 in 2016, PHP has continued to prove that it is a powerful programming language. You could say in fact, that PHP is one of the four pillars of modern web development:
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Object Oriented (OOP) PHP Video Tutorials
Object oriented PHP is the modern style of PHP programming that the PHP world is quickly moving into.
You don’t need to learn OOP techniques to use PHP effectively… but if you want to:
- really take advantage of PHP,
- understand many of the free PHP programs out there,
- or just code with the ‘pros’
…you’re going to need to learn OOP in PHP.
PHP Video Tutorials for iPods
After many request, I’ve finally rendered a bunch of my PHP video tutorials so that you can watch them on your iPod.
You may have a bit of trouble reading the code on your small iPod screens … but none-the-less, you can still learn f
rom the videos while you’re on you’re on-the-go.
View & Download: PHP Video Tutorials for iPods
PHP and MySQL Video Tutorials
I’ve decided to create a dedicated section on MySQL and SQL. Please check it out if you haven’t used relational databases before.
Latest Blog Posts
February 25, 2020
Specifically, why is Java (and .NET) used by larger companies and PHP tends to be used by small medium sized business? Are there technical limitation in PHP 7 that prevent it from being used in big companies? Does Java and .NET share capabilities that PHP lacks? Or, is there something else going on? Check out …
June 10, 2018
Without a degree, your best chances of getting work is with a small business. Over 80% of small businesses use PHP to power their websites. So that makes PHP the #1 choice for those with no degrees.
Here is the video:
April 24, 2018
But when it comes to the development of high demand (in terms of performance) mobile apps, using native languages like Swift for iOS and Java for Android is still the way to go. This might change with Googles Flutter framework.
Check out the video: