In this tutorial, our goal is to create an FTP class with PHP that is well written, useful, and expandable.
Welcome to the third and final part of a series introducing Object Oriented PHP! Please, as I have urged before, go back and read parts one and two if you have not already, the basics are the most important part!
Welcome to Part 2 of a three part series introducing Object Oriented PHP! This tutorial will build off the first part from last week. Compare this to playing a sport; if you don’t know the basics, you’ll never progress.
This is a three part series introducing Object-Oriented PHP, a way to manage your code and keep different parts separate, all while being easily accessible. I hadn’t really planned it this way, but my previous article works as a great precursor to this article, showing you how to get a PHP/MySQL Sandbox up and running, which is just what we’ll be using for this tutorial as I believe a hands-on approach is the best way to learn things like this.