Object Oriented PHP – Building Objects Part 1



http://www.killersites.com This is the first video tutorial in a 3 part series, where Stef begins to teach you how to build objects and classes using PHP. From our PHP section of the Killersites Video Tutorial Library!

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7 comments

  1. I have been ColdFusion (Java J2EE enterprise server) programming for 10 years now and have been forced to build some PHP sites lately – very nice. What bothers me is that a) PHP code is not compiled and must run thru an interpreter and b) there is not a function for query caching @ the application server level. Do u ever see these coming in near future?

  2. @facebookprogrammer,

    Sorry for the delay. You asked:

    ") there is not a function for query caching @ the application server level. Do u ever see these coming in near future?"

    No. PHP processes are killed once completed … no application state is possible. You would have to hack it using object serialization or database reads and writes.

    🙁

    .. Nothing is perfect.

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