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MD.Borhan Safa
MD.Borhan Safa
1,754 Points

Looking for the course "Object-Oriented PHP Basics (Retired)"?

Hello, I have been looking for the course named Object-Oriented PHP Basics (Retired) because it seems an extended version of Object-Oriented PHP Basics and it covers Inheritance, Encapsulation and Exceptions. If this course is no longer available then could anyone suggest me whether there's an alternative of the above course? Thanks

2 Answers

Jay Padzensky
Jay Padzensky
4,719 Points

Here ya go: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/objectoriented-php-basics-retired/classes-and-objects/object-oriented-overview!

You can occassionally use a Google search "site:teamtreehouse.com XYZ" to locate the retired courses if they haven't been pulled from the site completely.

MD.Borhan Safa
MD.Borhan Safa
1,754 Points

After doing the search, I couldn't find the full course link, its redirecting me to the library folder. However, your comment helped me because I have already completed Object Oriented PHP and when I was trying to learn some other PHP courses the prerequisite study suggests me to complete Object Oriented PHP (Retired) course first but unfortunately the link was redirecting me to the library. So I was looking for an answer on the forum and then I somehow figured out the difference between the courses are inheritance and interfaces(may be some other topics too which I am not aware of). But I could not understand why the course is stated as Retired? and why the course is no longer offering? I found on some other courses stating retired which I was planning to start later but I think they would not be available as this course. Are they going to come up with some new PHP course containing more topics including interface, inheritance in the future?

Simon Coates
Simon Coates
28,692 Points

doesn't seem to show up via the library when i search, and the direct URL gets me redirected. I don't know it it's possible to access it (maybe for older users who still have the older PHP track active).