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Tutorial

SOLD OUT Object Oriented Programming with PHP5
George Schlossnagle, VP of Engineering, OmniTI Computer Consulting, Inc.
Marcus Börger, Google

Track: PHP
Date: Monday, July 26
Time: 8:45am - 12:15pm
Location: Columbia

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One of the most vaunted aspects of PHP 5 is its new object model, which promises to bring enterprise-strength OO features to the language. Object Oriented Programming with PHP 5 is a full-day tutorial covering the new object model in PHP 5, how those features have been taken advantage of by the language developers, and how PHP programmers can use them in their own projects. The following topics will be covered in the tutorial.

  • Why does PHP need OO.
  • Why was PHP4 OO flawed.
  • A thorough survey of the new object model.
  • The object model in play: a survey of patterns and how/when to use them in PHP.
  • Automated Tools for creating PHP from UML.
  • Features in PHP5 that use the new object model:
  • Reflection API
  • SimpleXML
  • OO vs. Procedural interfaces for extensions
  • SOAP
  • How the object models opens interoperability with other langauges (Java/Python)


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