Creating a Rest API with Core PHP from Scratch going deeper into rest Principles including Oauth, Nested resources, Testing, Performance etc...487 votes
We currently have 2 PHP REST API course in development and more are planned. I’ll post to this thread when they launch. ^Adam
Processwire is a wonderful PHP CMS/CMF
check it out393 votes
Thanks for the suggestion! After further discussion, and considering we haven’t covered Processwire before, we’re initially going to commission some tutorials.
I’ll update this idea once they’re published. ^ Joel
1. One page parallax
2. Image, video, static background, and background image slider
3. OnScroll animation
4. jQuery scroll
5. Responsive, retina ready, using flat UI
6. Bootstrap 3.x
7. IE Support349 votes
Tutsplus has already one excellent Magento development course which teaches the basics of Magento's MVC structure and it's core. I'd like to see more content on Magento going deeper inside Magento's architecture including EAV, Performance, Testing and Payment Transactions.298 votes
Now that Magento 2 has been released to developer preview, we’re going to reboot our coverage of the platform. I’ll post to this thread when we’ve published some new content. It should launch within the next two months.
In the meantime, we’ve published one course on Magento that you can see here: https://code.tutsplus.com/courses/magento-fundamentals
We have also covered lots of aspects of Magento in tutorials, whch you can find here: https://code.tutsplus.com/categories/magento
Thanks for the great idea! It’s been a long wait, but we are going to jumpstart some design patterns in PHP content very soon.
In the mean time, we have this language-agnostic course on SOLID: https://code.tutsplus.com/courses/solid-design-patterns
We also have this excellent series: https://code.tutsplus.com/series/the-solid-principles--cms-634
We’re also pursuing a SOLID course that focuses on PHP. ^Adam
Zend Framework 3 is scheduled to be released later in 2015.209 votes
We’re looking to cover the Zend Framework once they release Zend Framework 3. ^ Joel
A course that teaches the fundamentals of developing for Drupal; from building modules and working with the Drupal API through to standards, security and best practices.181 votes
We’re still recruiting for a Drupal instructor – hoping to publish some content for the release of Drupal 8.
I'd like to see a course on Oauth2 which will include:
Introduction about Oauth
3 main OAuth grant types: client credentials, authorization code and implicit
The exact flow behind getting your application authorized, exchanging an authorization code for a token, and using the token
Authentication (single sign-on) using OAuth
Handling expired tokens
Using refresh tokens
Integrating and authentication with Facebook
OAuth integration with Google+
What to look out for with security and how you can tighten things.151 votes
Great idea for a course! We’re currently discussing this with our instructor team and will let you know when we have something planned.
I'd like to have a solid course about introduction to Go.
The language seems to be getting pretty much steam over the last months and it looks quite interesting for server-side webdevelopment or even system administration. Some course providing the basics and some use cases in a screencast format would be sweet!
Thank you!146 votes
We’ve started production on this course, planning to publish in the summer. Stay tuned!
Thanks and BR;136 votes
Delves further into the PHP language and ecosystem, including Composer, MVC frameworks, design patterns, etc.122 votes
We’ve just published an advanced PHP course: https://code.tutsplus.com/courses/advanced-oop-in-php-with-tests
We’ll keep you updated as we publish more in the coming months to cover the other topics you mentioned! ^Adam
I would like to see a PHP couse about creating a project using MVC but don't using a framework, just pure PHP using fron controller, routing, PDO for DB.119 votes
This is an interesting course idea! We’re going to do some more thinking about how best to cover MVC concepts in PHP and how to teach the underlying ideas of server-side MVC frameworks. Thanks! ~Adam
Getting the most out of Sublime Text 3. Perfect workflows to help me become a faster developer. What new features should I be using?109 votes
We’ve had some production delays with this course, but are hoping to publish by June. ^Adam
A trainning course that shows with simple examples how to install, develop in RoR etc. Something quite similar to the "Codeigniter essentials" course or the "Laravel essentials"99 votes
We’ll definitely be producing a new Ruby on Rails course that replaces the current fundamental course: https://code.tutsplus.com/courses/riding-ruby-on-rails ^ Joel
Tuts+ has some basic tutorials about Node.js, one the hottest frameworks in the market. But it lacks a course that goes more in depth, so it'd be really awesome if you included one.89 votes
Great suggestion! We have a course on Node.js authentication scheduled for publication in July and we’re definitely planning to produce more advanced Node content. I’ll post updates to this thread as courses are published.
Learn how to configure linux for servers: security, performance, configuration, instalation of web server and mail server, user authorization, etc.87 votes
Great suggestion! We’re going to work towards a course on Linux server admin, with a focus on configuration of production web servers. I’ll post an update here when we have more information.
I can't see any course or tutorials about it in TutsPlus, no good tutorials even in whole Internet. But it has incredible performance.
Please provide course covering beginning to advanced. Include optimization, security, debugging...etc82 votes
Great suggestion! We have a PhalconPHP course currently in production. It should be live in about 6 weeks. I’ll post an update to this thread when we publish.
Build with angularjs, RTL and LTR support, bootstrap 3.x, graphs and charts, form control, mailbox, chat app, weather app, calender app, using any of the css pre-processors, drag and drop support, prepare for themeforest, cross browser support, color skin switcher and more common features....81 votes
Thanks for the great idea! We are definitely going to move forward with more AngularJS content.
How to apply different design patterns using the Laravel framework.79 votes
Great suggestion! We will be covering Design Patterns in PHP in an upcoming course. ^ Joel
There are so many frameworks that can be covered in the code section. At the moment, tuts+ doesn't have any good tutorials on Symfony / Drupal / Opencart . Magento has got a beginner level tutorial only.
In real world, developers have to use different frameworks for solving different problems. I'd hope tuts+ will plan for some advanced tutorials on the mentioned topics.74 votes
Thanks for your suggestion! We have just published a course called Getting Started with Symfony 2: http://code.tutsplus.com/courses/getting-started-with-symfony-2 ^ Joel
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