Encapsulation in PHP

Encapsulation is one of the pillars of object-oriented programming (OOP) and refers to the bundling of data and the methods that operate on that data […]

What are the pillars of OOP in PHP?

The pillars of object-oriented programming (OOP) in PHP, as in most other object-oriented languages, are commonly referred to as the four pillars of OOP. These […]

PHP Abstract Classes and Methods

Abstract classes and methods are used to define common behavior and structure that must be implemented by concrete (non-abstract) classes. Abstract classes cannot be instantiated […]

PHP Constants

Constants are used to define values that remain unchanged throughout the execution of a program. They are useful for defining configuration values, predefined values, or […]

PHP Final Keyword

In PHP, the final keyword is used to restrict the inheritance and overriding of classes and methods. When a class or method is marked as […]

PHP Overriding and Overloading

In PHP, you can use overriding and overloading to modify the behavior of methods inherited from parent classes. Let’s explore these concepts in more detail: […]

PHP Inheritance OOP

Inheritance is an important concept in object-oriented programming (OOP) that allows you to create new classes based on existing classes. In PHP, you can implement […]

PHP Access Modifiers

In PHP, access modifiers are keywords used to control the visibility and accessibility of properties and methods within a class. There are three main access […]

PHP OOP – Destructor

In PHP, an object destructor is a special method that is automatically called when an object is no longer referenced or when its lifetime ends. […]

PHP Constructor

In PHP, a constructor is a special method within a class that is automatically called when an object of that class is created. learn basic […]

PHP Classes and Objects

In PHP, classes and objects are fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP). A class is a blueprint or a template for creating objects. It defines […]