Learn what’s new in PHP 7
Learn what’s new in PHP 7

Description :
PHP7 is the most recent edition of this speech to hit on the server-side in 2016. This vocabulary is much loved and well established enhancing security, providing new features and is providing substantial performance enhancements. PHP has been the goto language in regards to server-side interactivity and information integrity with simplicity and ease of usage.
The very first and most notable speed increase is the PHP7 engine speed that’s nearly double the performance of their prior PHP 5.6 engine. This alone should be coveted by programmers who do not even need to optimize their code but just to run it and see huge performance gains. WordPress, Joomla along with other CMS’s are run from the box with no code changes and performance increases have been seen with no optimization needed.
But what about the other features and your script’s, Will they work? Well, to find out I’ll be showing you features that might not be dramatic after all. Some new attributes will be an easy parameter being passed into an existing function although new features are always enjoyable to learn. The function that is serialized will now take another optional parameter to unserialize a thing that came out of a class. The existing function will accept a salt but instead, it will generate a safe salt to you as we are on the subject of security and parameters.
The new PHP version is a wonderful addition to the PHP family with refined features all round. PHP will still be accessible regardless of what programmers say. It is still the best and most secure language for database interaction with PDO prepared statement password hashing and salting. It is still the king trap! Every language has it’s location and PHP is settled in on the host side and despite being a Javascript developer it is a language.
Who this course is for:
  • Existing PHP developers who want to learn what’s coming
  • Someone who’s learnt the basics of PHP and wants to further their understanding
Requirements
  • Understand the basics of PHP
  • Know about XAMPP or a similar service
What you’ll learn
  • new features PHP 7
  • Deprecated features in PHP 7

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