object-oriented-design-patterns-in-php7 for web
PHP 7 – is kind of a revolution in the way that delivers enormous power to everything from websites and mobile to enterprises and the cloud. This is the most important change for PHP since the release of PHP 5 in 2004. It has brought explosive performance improvements, drastically reduced memory consumption, and a host of brand-new language features to make your apps soar. This book makes you ready to take that revolution under your wing.
PHP 7 will be definitely faster, and speedier than before but that is not the thing we’re going to discuss about in this book.
What makes PHP 7 so special?
The very first thing is of course speed. It’s been found by the developers, around the world, php 7 is twice as fast as 5.6 and in some cases it’s faster! Since it’s tested on widely used php CMS like wordpress and drupal, you can bet on it.
The founder developers have been working hard on this issue since long time. Speed really matters and the developers always want one thing. The language code-base should reduce memory consumption and increase performance.
Php 7 has touched that dream-point.
How we can use that speed?
How we can use our object oriented programming concepts to exploit these cool features?
How we can use beautiful design patterns to make our php7 application simply ‘awesome’?
Who should read this book?
This book is intended for everyone. From an absolute beginner to the seasoned php developers who have frequently used procedural methods but have never tried OOP seriously.
Besides, for absolute beginners I have written a quick recapitulation that will guide you to the core concepts of OOP and Esign patterns.
Are you a beginner or an intermediate learner who has been struggling through the maze of OOP and Design Patterns concepts?
Then this book is for you
We are interested about learning new Features of PHP 7. They are Scalar type declarations, Return type declarations, Null coalescing operator, Spaceship operator, Constant arrays using define(), Anonymous classes, Closure::call(), Group use declarations and many, many more…