Monday, 13 February 2017

80% off #Crash Course – Learn to Create a PHP MVC Framework – $10

Learn to create a PHP MVC Framework from scratch with Edwin Diaz

All Levels,  –   1 hour,  12 lectures 

Average rating 4.8/5 (4.8 (97 ratings) Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course’s star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.)

Course requirements:

Basic PHP in OOP

Course description:

Want to learn how to create a PHP MVC Framework from scratch and don’t want to spend countless hours trying to figure it out? Then this course is for you. 

This course was designed for those starting to learn about PHP MVC frameworks, On this course we will jump right to the point with no fillers, just code.

On this class you will learn how to create an MVC framework you can extend and have available for others to use. Who knows maybe you can be the next guy with the most popular framework out there.

One of the best things about this class, it that it is short and right to point, but is packed with very useful knowledge that can make a world of difference when using and creating frameworks with PHP.

Full details
At the end of this course students will be able to create a basic and powerful PHP MVC framework that they can extend
Students looking to understand how frameworks work should take this course
Students who would like to create their own framework should also take this course
Students who are starting to use PHP frameworks should take this course


“Very nice course and I like very much the way it is teached (I like the teacher natural way making and fixing errors in the real time) and I am certain that the next course I will purchase will be again from Edwin Diaz” (Daniel Foltynek)

“Poor instructor guidance and not really explaining MVC. Interessanting objective, nice approach and good support. Anyway, still an indespensable course.” (Gregor Leskovšek)

“This guy is simply the best, the passion enthusiasm, high quality lectures just can’t put it in words guys is the best” (Seena Khoee)



About Instructor:

Edwin Diaz

He is a professional who has experience in computer science; also a broad set of skills in software ,web development, and information technology.
Considered a Sensei in technology who trains people to become Ninjas in different programming languages. Equipped with so many skills and great personality, he thought, why not give this knowledge and help the rest of the world?
The passion, to teach and help other people was something engraved in him since he was a little boy, so it’s only natural that it found expression. Edwin’s ability to transmit his energy, enthusiasm, and knowledge to other people allows him to do what he does best “Teach”.
Edwin Diaz has taught thousands of people all over the world how to code. He has also built hundreds of apps, programs and websites for individuals and businesses. Edwin also provides one-on-one group training to individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations to help them manage their websites on their own with no knowledge of code.
Teaching is not just a job for Mr. Diaz but a way of life that continues to flourish every single day.
He now enjoys teaching others how to start coding in many different programming languages and spending time with his family.

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