ALEX WEB DEVELOP
You want to learn PHP, but you never used it before?
Will it be too difficult to learn?
How much time is going to take before you can write your own PHP applications?
I was asking myself the same questions when I got into web programming.
Back then, I had very little programming experience. And I knew nothing about HTTP, client-server and all that stuff.
It was all very confusing.
How were HTML and PHP related? How did user interaction work? And what did I need to get started in the first place?
I’m sure you can relate.
The first step is the hardest.
You know, grasping the very basics that you need to get started.
Because you are not sure how hard it will be, and how much time you will need.
For me, it took quite some time. Because I did it all on my own, without anybody guiding me.
But what about you?
How hard it will be for you to get started with PHP?
How much time do you need to learn the very basics so you can start writing your own PHP apps?
You just need 9 days to get started with PHP.
Sounds great, right?
Indeed, just 9 days are enough to learn the basics and to take your first step in the world of PHP programming.
The way to do that is by focusing on the key concepts.
When you learn a key concept, you say “a-ah!”, because a critical piece of the puzzle finally becomes clear.
And then you know that you just took a concrete step forward.
So, if you have:
- all the key concepts clearly explained, one after the other
- code examples that show how they work
- and a step-by-step program that includes them all
then you have all you need.
And that is exactly what the Jump Start course provides you.
Jump Start is a 9-days program to go from zero to PHP developer.
- The Basics
Starting from the very beginning, you are guided into setting up your work environment, understanding the basic web development concepts (such as front-end vs back-end), and looking at the fundamental PHP features.
No previous coding experience is required.
- Deeper Into PHP
Next, you’ll learn how the three fundamental PHP assets (variables, functions and control structures) work together and how to use them in practice.
- Final Steps
Finally, you will be looking at how user interaction work. You will see how to let users send data to your scripts, and how to remember returning users by using Sessions.
By the end of the course, you’ll have the required background to start writing your own PHP scripts.
Students who joined my courses say:
“This type of information was very difficult to figure out on my own via research on the web. I’m very happy this course exists, and I wish I found it sooner than I did.
One thing I particularly like about this course is the fact that I’m learning from someone who has done this stuff before. It’s not just theory in a textbook or something I have to piece together on my own.
I’ve always been a proponent of learning from someone who is doing or has done what you want to do, and I feel confident in my skills now.”
“I found the course very useful and I learnt a lot. I particularly liked the step by step explanation of the examples.
I will use the information as a reference for future projects.
Thank you for this course, you have helped me a lot. Keep up the good work.”
Real PHP code examples.
Don’t you hate all-theory courses?
Yes, the theory is important. But as a beginner, you need to practice more than anything.
The course includes working PHP examples that you can replicate and exercise on.
Comments and questions.
In other online courses, you get access to the course content and then you are on your own. But what if you have a doubt or a question?
In Jump Start, you can leave your questions and comments in every lesson. Me and other students will get back to you with a professional answer.
(Example from one of my other courses)
Quizzes to test your progress.
At the end of every chapter, you can take a quiz and make sure you have learned the key concepts.
Quizzes are a fun way to fix into your memory the concepts that you just learned.
All You Need To Get Started In One Place
Jump Start includes all you need to get started with PHP. No more need to go from one article or video to the next, always searching for the next topic.
Up To Date
One of the most common problems with programming courses is that they get out of date.
Jump Start is fully-compatible with PHP 7 and 8.
On top of that, I periodically review the lessons to make sure they are always up to date.
Small, Organized Lessons
Long and complex lessons are hard to follow.
The course is organized in small, segmented pieces of information that you can easily assimilate, in a perfectly logical sequence. So you don’t risk getting overwhelmed.
Not a native speaker? No worries!
All the lessons are written in simple English.
If you can understand these words, then you can understand the whole course too.
Students who joined my courses say:
“I like the full and clear explanation of the topics and the tips/tricks. The course gave me a clear understanding and even a bit of experience, which further saved my time.”
“I already knew some of the techniques, but I didn’t know exactly how to implement them. The course is easy to follow and well explained.
I would definitely recommend it to other PHP developers.”
Who is this course for?
This course is for beginners who want to get started with PHP programming fast.
It is specifically designed for those who:
- have no programming experience
- have never used PHP before
- need to start from the basics
This course is NOT for you if:
- You are looking for an advanced PHP course. This course only covers the basics.
- You are already a PHP expert. If you are, then you don’t need to take this course.
What’s Unique About This Course?
You are taking your first step into PHP programming.
You want this step to be quick and smooth. So you can start writing PHP apps as soon as possible.
Jump Start is the only PHP beginner course that gives you a completion time frame: 9 days.
This way, you know beforehand how long it will take to finish the course.
And you can focus on what comes after: start coding in PHP for real.
A tiny insight into what you’ll learn:
- The difference between front-end and back-end.
This is the starting point for every web developer. You’ll see exactly how a web page is created and the role of front-end and back-end languages.
- Why you need PHP to build dynamic web pages.
- How to set up your local development environment.
The apps you need to start coding on your own computer (at no extra cost).
- Writing your first PHP script.
You’ll be guided into writing and executing your first PHP script.
- All you need to know about PHP variables.
Learn how different variable types work in PHP, how they relate to each other and how to use arrays to group variables together.
- When you should use strict comparison.
How to compare PHP variables, when you can compare different types, and when you should use strict comparison.
- How to use PHP functions, and how to create your own.
Find out how functions work in PHP, as well as how you can create your own functions and use them in your apps.
- Control structures and loops explained.
How to make PHP do what you want by using IF/ELSE blocks and conditional operators, and how to use WHILE, FOR and FOREACH loops.
- How to interact with users.
Learn how remote users can send data to your PHP scripts by sending GET and POST request data.
- How to remember users by using Sessions.
You’ll learn why you need Sessions to remember users and how you can do that by using the $_SESSION array.
Bonus included in the Pro version:
The PHP Beginner Cheatsheet
- How to name your variables.
Wonder which names you should use for your variables? Here’s how to choose the right names.
- Why a newline can break your script.
Spaces and newlines can cause unexpected problems. Here’s what you need to know.
- Why you should keep your functions small and simple.
Do you think long and complex functions are better? The opposite is actually true.
- The importance of commenting your code.
Many developer underestimate the importance of comments. Start with the right foot and use comments right from the start.
- Why you must start with the plan phase.
Even before you write the first line of code, you need to plan your app.
- How to use echo to debug your scripts.
What do you do if your script does not work? Here’s how to use echo to see what’s wrong.
- Keeping your control structures simple.
Why you should not make your control structures too complex.
- How to avoid infinite loops.
Infinite loops are a common mistake. Here’s how to spot them.
- How to fix your scripts by using PHP Error Reporting.
Learn how PHP Error Reporting can help you making your scripts error-free.
Reasons Why You Should Not Delay
“I’m busy right now, later may be better…”
Most people think that they are busier than usual and that they will have more time in the future.
But think about it. Do you have more time today than a year or a week ago?
Now is the best time to get started.
“But I have other priorities….”
If you really had other priorities, then you would not even be here reading these words, am I right?
You are here because you know that you want to be a PHP developer.
Don’t miss this chance.
“Maybe PHP is too difficult for me…”
PHP is too difficult only if you learn it the wrong way.
This course makes the learning process as easy as possible. There are absolutely no reasons why you shouldn’t be able to learn it.
Frequently Asked Questions
For how long will I have access to the course?
You will have lifetime access to all the course lessons.
What if the course doesn't work for me?
You can try the course risk-free.
If the course doesn’t work for you (for any reason), just ask for a refund within 30 days and you’ll get all your money back.
Where is the course hosted?
The course is hosted on Teachable, one of the world leading courses platforms.
Do I have to pay a monthly fee?
The price is a one-time payment only (see the price table below).
You only pay once, and you have lifetime access to the course.
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