Certification Program on PHP Zend3

This is a professional training program designed for the people who want to excel in the field of PHP Zend. Any final year student, IT graduate or an IT professional can join this program.

  • PHP is one of the most favourite programming languages as far as the developer community is concerned. Actually, there are many frameworks through which the PHP development can be done at at rapid pace & Zend Framework is one of them. Zend Framework (ZF) is an open source, object-oriented web application framework implemented in PHP 7. It is one of the oldest but most useful frameworks of PHP.

    We at ExcelPTP are providing the training on Zend Framework. For this purpose, we have set experienced developers who have worked for hours on Zend Framework. They will teach you from the basics on how you can effectively use this framework to build a website in PHP. ExcelPTP always believes excellence & therefore our trainers always put emphasis on learning things practically which will be really beneficial to you.

    This course is especially designed for those students who are interested in pursuing their career in PHP and want to learn Zend Framework so that they can establish themselves as a reputed developer in the industry. Here you will learn about basics of PHP, core PHP and then you will move onto the Zend where you will learn about how to build your own website.

    Goal: The goal of this course is to prepare the students for the industry environment by giving them the comprehensive training in Zend Framework. After learning this course, the students will able to deal with any complex PHP applications which will help them for taking the job.

    Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of HTML and OOP concepts is required.

    • Overview on PHP (optional)
    • Overview on HTML/CSS
    • Overview CorePHP and OOPS
    • OOP (optional)
    • Introduction Class & Objects
    • Class Constants
    • Autoloading Classes
    • Constructors and Destructors
    • Visibility
    • Object Inheritance
    • Scope Resolution Operator (::) (Static Method)
    • Static Keyword
    • Class Abstraction
    • Object Interfaces
    • Traits
    • Overloading / Over Riding
    • Object Iteration
    • Magic Method (__tostring)
    • Final Keyword
    • Practical Assignment
    • MVC : Model, View and Controller (optional)
    • Learning with Examples for model – view – controller
    • MVC Approach
    • Introduction to Zend Framework 3
    • What is Zend Framework 3?
    • An Example PHP Website
    • License
    • User Support
    • Framework Source Code
    • Supported Operating Systems
    • Server Requirements
    • Security
    • Performance
    • Design Patterns
    • Main ZF3 Components
    • Differences with Zend Framework 2
    • Zend Skeleton Application
    • Getting Zend Skeleton Application
    • Typical Directory Structure
    • Application Dependencies
    • Apache Virtual Host
    • Opening the Website in Your Browser
    • Creating NetBeans Project
    • Hypertext Access File (.htaccess)
    • Blocking Access to the Website by IP Address
    • HTTP Authentication
    • Having Multiple Virtual Hosts
    • Hosts File
    • Advanced Composer Usage
    • Website Operation
    • PHP Classes
    • PHP Namespaces
    • PHP Interfaces
    • PHP Class Autoloading
    • HTTP Request and Response
    • Site Entry Script
    • Events & Application's Life Cycle
    • Application Configuration
    • Module Entry Point
    • Service Manager
    • Plugin Managers
    • About Event Manager
    • Model-View-Controller
    • Get the Hello World Example from GitHub
    • Separating Business Logic from Presentation
    • Controllers
    • Retrieving Data from HTTP Request
    • Retrieving GET and POST Variables
    • Putting Data to HTTP Response
    • Variable Containers
    • Expressing Error Conditions
    • Controller Registration
    • When to Create a New Controller?
    • Controller Plugins
    • Views
    • View Helpers
    • View Template Names
    • View Resolver
    • Disabling the View Rendering
    • View Rendering Strategies
    • Error Pages
    • Models
    • Model Types
    • Determining the Correct Model Type
    • Other Model Types
    • Skinny Controllers, Fat Models, Simple Views
    • Routing
    • URL Structure
    • Route Types
    • Combining Route Types
    • Routing Configuration
    • Literal Route Type
    • Segment Route Type
    • Regex Route Type
    • Other Route Types
    • Extracting Parameters from Route
    • Generating URLs from Route
    • Writing Own Route Type
    • Page Appearance and Layout
    • About CSS Stylesheets and Twitter Bootstrap
    • Page Layout in Zend Framework 3
    • Modifying the Default Page Layout
    • Switching between Layouts
    • Partial Views
    • Placeholder View Helper
    • Adding Scripts to a Web Page
    • Adding CSS Stylesheets to a Web Page
    • Writing Own View Helpers
    • View Models and Page Composition
    • Collecting User Input with Forms
    • Get the Form Demo Sample from GitHub
    • About HTML Forms
    • Styling HTML Forms with Twitter Bootstrap
    • Installing ZF3 form components
    • Retrieving Form Data in a Controller's Action
    • Forms and Model-View-Controller
    • A Form Model
    • Form Elements
    • Example: Creating the Contact Form Model
    • Adding Form Filtering and Validation Rules
    • Using the Form in a Controller's Action
    • Form Presentation
    • Standard Form View Helpers
    • Example: Creating the View Template for the Contact Form
    • Transforming Input Data with Filters
    • About Filters
    • Standard Filters Overview
    • Instantiating a Filter
    • About Filter Plugin Manager
    • Filter's Behavior in Case of Incorrect Input Data
    • Filter Usage Examples
    • Writing Your Own Filter
    • Checking Input Data with Validators
    • About Validators
    • Standard Validators Overview
    • Validator Behaviour in Case of Invalid or Unacceptable Data
    • Instantiating a Validator
    • About Validator Plugin Manager
    • Validator Usage Examples
    • Writing Own Validator
    • Using Filters & Validators Outside a Form
    • Uploading Files with Forms
    • About HTTP File Uploads
    • Accessing Uploaded Files in ZF3
    • File Uploads & ZF3 Form Model
    • Validating Uploaded Files
    • Filtering Uploaded Files
    • InputFilter Container & File Uploads
    • Controller Action & File Uploads
    • Example: Image Gallery
    • Advanced Usage of Forms
    • Form Security Elements
    • Using Validation Groups
    • Implementing Multi-Step Forms
    • Database Management with Doctrine ORM
    • Get Blog Example from GitHub
    • Creating a Simple MySQL Database
    • Integrating Doctrine ORM with Zend Framework 3
    • Specifying Database Connection Parameters
    • About Doctrine Entities
    • Creating Entities
    • About Entity Manager
    • Adding Blog Home Page
    • Adding New Post
    • Editing Existing Post
    • Deleting a Post
    • Implementing Post Preview
    • Implementing Admin Page
    • Implementing Tag Cloud
    • Implementing Pagination
    • Database Migrations
    • Installing Doctrine\Migrations Component
    • Configuring Migrations
    • Creating Migrations
    • Executing Migrations
    • Creating a New Module
    • When to Create a New Module?
    • How to Create a New Module?
    • php File & Event Listening
    • Registering the Module as a Composer Package
    • Working with Sessions
    • PHP Sessions
    • Installing Zend\Session Component
    • Session Manager
    • Session Containers
    • User Management, Authentication and Access Filtering
    • Get User Demo Sample from GitHub
    • Creating the User Module
    • Setting Up the Database
    • Implementing User Entity
    • Adding UserController
    • Adding UserManager Service
    • Implementing User Authentication
    • Access Filtering
    • Identity Controller Plugin and View Helper
    • Role-Based Access Control
    • Introduction to RBAC
    • Default Roles in the Role Demo Sample
    • Introduction to Dynamic Assertions
    • Setting Up the Database
    • Implementing Entities
    • Implementing Role Management
    • Implementing Permission Management
    • Assigning Roles to a User
    • Implementing Rbac Manager
    • Adding the Not Authorized Page
    • Modifying the AuthManager Service
    • Modifying the Dispatch Event Listener
    • Adding Access Controller Plugin and View Helper
    • Using the User Module

we have two training programs

No limits on learning, No limits on Training duration, No limits on salary offer,No limits on job interviews call ,
learn AS much AS you can & your Dream job is ready

4 months Training (Code: PTP-4):

  • 4 Months Training Program

  • Monday To Friday (4 Hours/Day)

  • Only Practical things

  • Individual one to one Training

  • Professional Well Experience Programmers as Trainers

  • Stipend provide based on performance

  • On job training program with 100% Placement Assistance till your 1st offer letter

6 months Training (Code: PTP-6):

  • 6 Months Training Program

  • Monday To Friday (8 Hours/Day)

  • Only Practical things

  • Individual one to one Training

  • Professional Well Experience Programmers as Trainers

  • Stipend provide based on performance

  • job Guaranteed training with offer letter on 1st Day of joining

Few Words from beginner

One of our trainee would love to share his Experience with you

Jaimin Patel - Web Designer

i just wanted to say that it was nice Experience with Excel PTP. i took Training on Web designing Skills. I had very high expectations for the type of website I wanted to create and happy coz i can what i wanted after this course.  during my training i got offer from IndyLogix Solution and from Harmish Technology. 

inshort i like to thank you for your professionalism and help from Excel PTP and this opportunity. 
Thank you all,

Thank you.
Jaimin Patel
Jr. Web Desingner
Harmish Technology - Ahmedabad