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In preparation to earn an PHP certification, JETSMART recommends a training path based on a candidate’s background:

Overview of PHP

  • Static vs. Dynamic Web Sites
  • Client-Side Scripting vs. Server-Side Scripting
  • Overview of PHP Advantages
  • PHP Scripting Fundamentals
  • Print Statement, Code Blocks
  • Primitive Data Types
  • Defining Constants and Variables
  • Looping Constructs
  • PHP Operators
  • Logical, Relational & Bitwise Operators
  • Other Operators
  • Conditional Constructs
  • Timestamps
  • Arrays in PHP
  • Usage of Arrays in PHP
  • Indexing Arrays, Initializing Arrays
  • Adding and Removing from Arrays
  • Array Functions
  • PHP Functions
  • Declaring Functions

Using Include Files

  • The Require Statement, Recursion
  • Dynamic Function Calls
  • Predefined PHP Functions & Mailing Functions
  • Classes And Objects
  • The Basics & Auto loading Objects
  • Constructors and Destructors, Visibility
  • Scope Resolution Operator (::)
  • Static Keyword, Class Constants
  • Class Abstraction, Object Interfaces
  • Overloading, Object Iteration & Patterns
  • Magic Methods, Final Keyword
  • Object cloning, Comparing objects
  • Reflection & Type Hinting
  • File Handling
  • Searching File Contents With
  • Regular Expressions
  • Changing and Editing File Contents
  • Splitting and Joining Information Inside Files
  • File Uploading, String Functions
  • Regular Expression Functions
  • Reading, Writing and Deleting Files
  • Handling File Permissions, File Locking
  • Reading Directory Contents
  • Creating and Deleting Directories
  • Working with Databases and Forms
  • PHP’s Database APIs
  • PHP’s SQL API
  • Database Drivers
  • Database Driver Class Wrappers

Simple SQL Queries via PHP

  • Tracking Visitors with Session Ids
  • Populating Forms
  • Retrieving Data from Forms
  • State Management and cookies
  • Setting and Retrieving Cookies
  • Expiring and Deleting Cookies
  • Storing Arrays in Cookies
  • Session Management & Maintaining State

Using Environmental Variables

  • Changing Execution by Redirecting to Other URLs
  • Embedding JavaScript with PHP
  • Using HTTP & FTP Protocols to Pass Data
  • Showing Different Content to Different Browsers
  • Getting IP Addresses from Visitors

MySQL

  • Introduction to MySQL
  • Overview of MySQL
  • The Main Features of MySQL
  • Create & Manage Database and tables
  • Connecting to and Disconnecting from the Server
  • Entering Queries, Creating and
  • Using a Database
  • Creating and Selecting a Database
  • Creating a Table, Loading Data into a Table
  • Retrieving Information from a Table
  • Getting Information About
  • Databases and Tables
  • Data Types, Functions and Operators &
  • SQL Statement Syntax
  • Data Definition Statements
  • Data Manipulation Statements &
  • Control Statements
  • Stored Procedures and Functions
  • Stored Routines and the Grant Tables
  • Stored Routine Syntax, Stored Procedures
  • Triggers
  • Views

The duration for PHP Certified is:

Regular Track: 45 Hours (23 Days, 2 Hours per Day)

Fast Track: 45 Hours (12 Days, 4 Hours per Day)

Weekend Batch: 45 Hours (6 Hours on every Sunday)

Boot Camp: 45 Hours (6 Days , 8 Hours per Day)

Exam Duration: 2.5 Hours

Zend PHP 5 Certification

No prerequisites for PHP

  • Required Skill set:
    • C Programming
    • C++ Programming (Optional)
    • HTML

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