Zend Framework 2: Fundamentals Online Training Course
Zend Framework 2 (ZF2) is an open-source framework for developing web applications and services with PHP. ZF2 is implemented using 100% object-oriented code, with a component structure that incorporates a "use-at-will" design. The ZF2 architecture is extremely flexible, using events and listeners to shape application flow. Another powerful feature is service management, which allows developers to configure shared or unique services in order to build classes via factories which can inject parameters. Leveraging advanced PHP 5.3.x features such as namespaces and closures, ZF2 incorporates advanced design patterns, including MVC, publish/subscribe, and strategy, among others.
Upon completing the course, active PHP developers should be fully-equipped to apply a best practice approach to web application development, using ZF2 as the framework and TDD as the approach.
CLASS DATE AND TIME
|1. COURSE INTRODUCTION
|7. ROUTING BASICS
A. Routing Basics
|2. DESIGN PATTERNS & MVC INTRODUCTION |
A. ZF2 VC: Event-Driven Architecture
|8. VIEW LAYER
|3. EVENT MANAGER (EM)
|4. SERVICE MANAGER (SM)
A. Service Types
|5. MVC & MODULES
|11. ADDITIONAL TOPICS
|6. CONTROLLERS AND CONTROLLER PLUGINS
This course is designed for people who have a solid foundation in the PHP language and OOP, and have successfully created complex PHP web applications.
Solid understanding of PHP at an intermediate to advanced level and object oriented programming experience. While this is a fundamental-level course on Zend Framework 2, it requires more than a fundamental-level competency in PHP. Participants are assumed to be proficient enough in the language to understand intermediate-level code examples and to perform coding exercises. This course assumes no previous ZF2 experience
Registration Information and Technical Requirements
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