[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I know it has been a few weeks since my last post, but I’ve been working on something. I recently made the decision to move from front-end web development to full-stack. To help with this transition, I decided to create a few printable cheat sheets and reference guides to help me remember some of the basics of PHP. This is just the first of many Web Development Essentials reference pages. I plan to create several more of these, along with some single-page quick reference sheets with keywords, functions, etc. for multiple programming languages. But for now, I thought I would share what I have finished so far.
I studied PHP a billion years ago, back when I first started working towards my bachelor’s degree. Needless to say, it has been quite some time since I’ve actually used it. So, I am not even remotely close to being an expert. The information that I have compiled is a result of several hours of reading and research. I took my time and tried to make sure it was as accurate as possible. But if something is wrong, please let me know so I can correct it.
Also, I know that there are quite a few things missing like classes, superglobals, and a thousand popular functions that I failed to mention. I will be adding a lot more later on, so please be patient.
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Web Development Essentials #1 – PHP Basics (2 Pages)
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