|ZEND - PHP I: Foundations (2016-02-08 to 2016-02-26) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- PHP I: Foundations|
The Zend PHP I: Foundations course is designed to provide non-programmers with a solid foundation in the PHP language. This course guides you through the basics of PHP with an experiential approach, filled with numerous examples and hands-on exercises.
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 18 hours (9 two hour sessions) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for three weeks.
|ZEND-Build Security into PHP App (2016-02-22 to 2016-02-26) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- Building Security into your PHP Applications|
Building Security into your PHP Applications course is designed for experienced PHP application developers who want to learn, or be reminded of, security best practices. It is also appropriate for new PHP developers who want to learn how to build security into the applications they are learning to create.
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 9 hours (Day Zero & 4 two hour sessions) on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
|Developing on Drupal OnlineClass (2016-02-22 to 2016-02-26) [Training] (United States)|
Drupal is a mature and flexible Content Management Framework that can be used web application ranging from the most basic web sites to enterprise class ones with multiple content types and highly customized work flows. Much of this functionality and power come from the wide range of contributed modules that plug in to expand Drupal’s capabilities.|
However, to really customize it to your requirements, you’ll need to know the hooks, conventions, and tools at your disposal. Whether your integrating with another service, crafting a unique design, or want to develop in a way that is proven and maintainable, this course if for you.
Topics covered include:
Setting up Drupal and understanding the Admin GUI, Modeling content with the Entity System, Modifying and creating Themes, Writing your own modules, Accessing the Database with Drupal’s DB API, Managing Forms, Configuration Management using Features, Drush, and much much more …
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