Talk about how you feel about PHP training and learning in the past few months
- Date: 2019-12-24
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My major in college is electrical automation, and I learned C and assembly language. This major is hardware development. The reason I choose PHP training is because I don't want to deal with various chips every day, it is too annoying. I want to change jobs. The initial ideal was to learn game development, but later learned that the average game company worked too much overtime and gave up. Then I left the web development (UI, front-end or something not for me). At that time, I learned that PHP was very fast in web development, and that there was more information on the Internet. It was relatively easy to develop, so I chose this.
I do n’t have any special skills to learn this. In addition to listening carefully to what the PHP training teacher said in the class, the real skill is to memorize some PHP and HTML words. This is very helpful when typing code (this is also the teacher Required to back). The second is to type more code and practice more to understand and remember functions. After all, PHP has more than 1,000 built-in functions, and it is useless to memorize it by rote.
This site development has not been learned, but there are also very detailed tutorials on the Internet. Follow the tutorial step by step and even Xiaobai can build a website. However, to implement various functions, you must learn the following courses.
Because of the current PHP development working environment, learning PHP is definitely not enough. The difficulty is not in PHP, but in JS and HTML that you have to deal with frequently after work. Of course, PHP has been learned well, and at least you don't need to worry about PHP after you work. The update and iteration of PHP technology is also very fast, and various frameworks are emerging endlessly. So much so that the framework you just learned is outdated. This will return to our more than 1000 self-built functions in PHP. After mastering most of them, you can basically not worry about the framework. The framework will still change your PHP code and functions. In fact, we are here to lay the foundation for learning. You may think that you can learn it, but the foundation is to lay a solid foundation, instead of just running and playing. Bad foundation Even if you are lucky enough to find a job, you have to spend a lot of time to make up the foundation and learn new knowledge to be used in your work. The time is definitely not enough.
Through this period of PHP training and learning, I summarized the process of my learning:
(1) Familiar with the basic elements of web pages, such as HTML / CSS / JS, and be familiar with element attributes
(2) Understand the concept of language, operation mechanism, familiar with PHP syntax
(3) Learn how to combine PHP and HTML to complete simple dynamic pages
(4) Familiar with MYSQL, design database
(5) Constantly consolidate, understand most of the common PHP functions, and understand OOP, MYSQL optimization, and templates
(6) Complete a fully functional dynamic site
Learn things, never think that there is a quick way to tell you a way, but the lack of effort is also useless. If you have learned PHP, then learning other languages must be fast, and vice versa. If you have learned other languages before, then learning PHP is definitely fast.