Online Web Development Courses
Websites and web applications are quickly becoming the primary means to communicate information, ideas, and products to the world. How then, are they created? During this introductory 4 week course you will learn the processes, steps, and technologies involved in bringing ideas, contents, or products to the World Wide Web. Register now to start learning straight away. Sign up now!
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8 Interactive Lessons
4 Weeks Long
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Module I - Introduction
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8 Interactive Lessons
Weekly Assignments + Fun Quizzes
If you miss a lesson, you can always view the recordings later.
Lesson 1 - The Web Development Full stack
Lesson 2 - Creating Web pages
Lesson 4 - Setting up a web server
The defining feature of a website is its accessibility through the World Wide Web. Here we will discuss how you can bring your production website or web application from staging through to a live server, accessible to the entire internet via your domain name. Sign up now!
Lesson 5 - Programming Fundamentals
Lesson 6 - PHP & Backend Code
Web applications cannot exist without a back-end. The ability of a web application to recognize, remember, and recall information about a user, and to provide personalized, dynamic content is what sets them apart from a standard website. Sign up now!
Lesson 7 - PHP & Databases
Our knowledge of PHP will be updated for the object-oriented programming paradigm. PHP allows for easy customization of property. This class will investigate the two main technologies used to provide this dynamic functionality, namely the back-end code, and databases. Sign up now!
Lesson 8 - Putting it all together
Module II - Front-End Development Semester
Week 1: Bootstrap Fundamentals
Bootstrap is a powerful, mobile-first CSS framework. This week will look at setting up Bootstrap using a Content Delivery Network. We will also look at the basics of utilizing Bootstrap to create a web page – the Bootstrap grid system and specific semantic element classes. Sign up now!
Week 3: JQuery
Week 4: AJAX & Event-Handling
Module III - PHP Development Semester
Week 1: Object-Oriented PHP
Week 2: Cookies & PHP Sessions
Web applications can “remember” a user’s application access rights, and history to send appropriate content to that user. In PHP, this is done with a PHP session. A session is a set of global variables that are recalled whenever a request is sent from a user with the corresponding session cookie. During this week, you will learn how to set up a simple session using these tools. Sign up now!
Week 3: Error Handling
Week 4: PHP & Security
Module IV - Servers & Databases Semester
Week 1: Relational Database Management Systems
Week 2: Advanced SQL
Week 3: Databases & Security
Week 4: Server Setup
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Very excited about the mobile Web development course I started this week. The first lesson was awesome!
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