Specialized Courses

Zend PHP5.5 Certification

Overview:

Zend – the PHP Company – is the leading authority on PHP. Our expert Zend Certified PHP instructor is selected based on his extensive knowledge of PHP and the ability to convey technical material in an effective and enjoyable manner, and apply what you are learning to everyday practical example

Objective:

  • Prepares PHP programmers for the challenge of passing the PHP 5.3 certification Exam.
  • To create Zend Certified Engineer (ZCE) within the stipulated time
  • To provide Zend Material based Training

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PHP Hands-On Projects

Overview:

This Hands-On PHP and MYSQL course teaches candidates everything they need to successfully build data-driven Web sites using MySQL and PHP

Objective:

  • To develop proficient Web developers
  • At the end of the course,you are able to architect, write, debug and run complete web applications using PHP & MySQL (more…)
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User Interface Engineering

Overview:

Frontend / User Interface Engineering is going to rule the world in another few years as the demand creeps up. The back-end of the site varies as per the company, it can be either PHP/JAVA/DOTNET/PERL and when it comes to Front-end, it is always going to be HTML, JAVA SCRIPT and CSS. In this session, we leverage the power / strength of JavaScript along with HTML5 and CSS3. At the end of the session, we will be guiding the developers to the “35 Front-end Best Practices” suggested by YAHOO Exceptional Performance team for Speeding Up Web Sites and Web Applications”.

Objective:

  • To learn the essentials for Front-end Engineering and to become a Professional Front-end Developer
  • To create next generation UI professionals
  • Hands on training on CSS3,HTML5 and advanced JS (more…)
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PHP Security – Attacks and Fixes

Overview:

Rynet Malaysia will be guiding the participant on the essentials of PHP Security – specifically about how different attacks/hacks are initiated and how to protect your applications from it.

Objective:

  • Essentials Of PHP Security for building web based application.
  • Candidates can understand potential attacks with examples and then explain techniques to prevent those attacks.

Pre-requisite(s):

  • Programming Experience in PHP is mandatory
Introduction
  • Welcome
  • What you need to know?
  • Introduction to web application security
Security Concepts & Practices
  • All input is tainted
  • Whitelist and Blacklist Filtering
  • Filtering the Input
  • Escaping the output
  • Filtering and Validation
  • Register Globals and security vulnerability
Web application security
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Cross-Site Request Forgeries(CSRF)
  • Spoofed Forms
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Introduction to XSS vulnerability
  • Understanding XSS Attack
  • The solution and Fix for XSS Attack
Cross-Site Request Forgeries
  • Introduction to CSRF vulnerability
  • Understanding CSRF Attack
  • The solution and Fix for CSRF Attack
Session Security
  • Introduction to PHP Sessions
  • Understanding Session Vulnerabilities
  • Understanding Session Fixation
  • Understanding Session Hijacking
Session Fixation
  • Introduction to Session Fixation vulnerability
  • Understanding Session Fixation Attack
  • The solution and Fix for Session Fixation Attack
Session Hijacking
  • Introduction to Session Hijacking vulnerability
  • Understanding Session Hijacking Attack
  • The solution and Fix for Session Hijacking Attack
Database Security
  • Introduction to database security
  • SQL Injection Attack
  • Introduction to PDO
SQL Injection
  • Introduction to SQL Injection vulnerability
  • Understanding SQL Injection Attack
  • The solution and Fix for SQL Injection Attack
Storing Passwords
  • Introduction to Storing Password vulnerability
  • Understanding Storing Password Attack
  • The solution and Fix for Storing Password Attack
SSL
  • Introduction to SSL vulnerability
  • Understanding SSL Attack
  • The solution and Fix for SSL Attack
File System Security
  • Remote Code Injection
  • Command Line Injection
  • Shared Hosting
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Zend News Updates

  • 23Jul2015

    Apigility 1.3.1 Released!

    We’ve just released Apigility 1.3.1, which you can download from the Apigility website: https://apigility.org/download If you are already using Apigility, you can update your project using Composer: $ composer update This release fixes a few minor issues discovered following the 1.3.0 release, as well as fixes a security vulnerability. Security Fix A [..]

  • 15Jul2015

    Apigility 1.2.0 and 1.3.0 Released!

    Today, we released two new versions of Apigility: Apigility 1.2.0 Apigility 1.3.0 Apigility 1.2.0 brings in a number of new features, including Docker support, API Blueprint support, better error handling, and new features for REST and RPC services. Apigility 1.3.0 is exactly the same as 1.2.0, but with one key difference: it updates the minimum supported [..]

  • 13Jul2015

    amasty.com posts interview with Dmitry Stogov

    Recently amsty.com posted an English translation of an interview originally published on dev.by by Igor Savchuk. It is a great interview with Zend's Chief Performance Engineer and Core PHP developer, Dmity Stogov.

    The post

  • Zend Framework 2.5.1 Released!

    Note: this post originally appeared on the ZF Blog On the heels of yesterday’s 2.5.0 release, today we’ve released Zend Framework 2.5.1! To update, use Composer: $ composer update zendframework/zendframework Changes The only issue reported against 2.5.0 was a blocker for many: with the shift to ZF becoming a metapackage, one component, [..]

  • 03Jun2015

    Zend Framework 2.5.0 Released!

    Note: this post was originally posted on the Zend Framework blog. Today we’ve released Zend Framework 2.5.0! I’m not going to provide a link to the downloads page, as this release marks a radical change for Zend Framework 2: as of this release, all components are now developed in their own separate repositories, and Zend Framework [..]

  • 21Apr2015

    Apigility 1.1.1 Released!

    We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of Apigility 1.1.1! This is our first maintenance release on the 1.1 series, and incorporates feedback received immediately following the 1.1.0 release. Among the important updates: Doctrine-Connected services now support the Doctrine Mongo Object Document Manager! Fixes to how packaging is triggered to ensure it works [..]

  • 16Apr2015

    Apigility 1.1.0 Released!

    We’re pleased to announce the immediate release of Apigility 1.1.0! Pick up your copy here: https://apigility.org/download There are a ton of new features, but the most visible are: A brand new UI! We’ve rewritten the UI from scratch to get better performance, provide better responsiveness, and bring the most-required information to your fingertips. [..]

  • 25Mar2015

    Zend Framework 2.4.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE 3 Released

    I’ve just tagged ZF 2.4.0rc3, and I NEED YOUR HELP! This is our third release candidate. The primary changes pushed include: Updating our Composer autoloading rules to use PSR-4 Ensuring all code will execute cleanly on PHP 7 This latter point has meant renaming a number of classes that have names that are (or will soon become) reserved keywords in...

  • Zend Framework 2.4.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE 2 Released

    I’ve just tagged ZF 2.4.0rc2, and I NEED YOUR HELP! This is our second release candidate, and we hope to make it the last one before pushing a stable 2.4 release. You can help us by testing your applications under 2.4.0rc2; run “composer update zendframework/zf2″ in your application, and run any unit or acceptance tests you might have. If you...

  • How to develop a Z-Ray Extension

    A new tutorial describing how to develop a Z-Ray extension was published on the Zend blog. The tutorial demonstrates just how easy it is to extend Z-Ray by adding new panels with information you think is important for your development work. Using the publicly available extension APIs (https://github.com/zend-server-extensions), you can easily customize [..]

Testimonials

  •  The ZCE Certification demonstrates that the development team keeps in step with the latest PHP technology. And it helps to show our customers and prospects that we have highly qualified PHP developers where it matters most of all - their critical project

    Dmitry Karpovich, CEO, Oxagile
  • Since I got the certification, I have received interviews in some of the biggest PHP based companies in Barcelona and I now have job as a developer in one of the big online shops, so all the study was really worth it!

    Ricard Clau, PHP Developer and ZCE
  • "The ZCE certification ensures that our clients and prospects have access to first-class software development as standard, whilst allowing Magma Digital Ltd to fulfil our quality assurance programme. We like to support and encourage our developers to continue in professional and personal development by undertaking the ZCE exam."  

    Jeremy Coates, Managing Director, Magma Digital
  • "It's a fantastic test and just preparing for it is a great experience in reacquainting (or just plain acquainting) oneself with many aspects of the language."

    Barry Hughes, Freshly Baked Websites

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