About This Course
The content is ideal for those interested in working as a web developer, launching a web application, or devoted enthusiasts. The concepts explored in this course are suitable for individuals of all skill levels. Each module starts with the fundamental concepts and gradually transitions into more advanced material.
What makes this course unique?
This course is specifically intended to teach students to develop web applications using the most efficient methods and the latest web technologies. This includes small informational websites of only a few pages to advanced ‘big data’ style, dynamic web applications.
Introduction, How the Internet Works
The course begins with an overview of learning objectives. We then explore how the internet works, including the composition and transmission of data packets over both local and wide-area networks. Next, we take a look at the HTTP and HTTPS protocols as applicable to client and server-side communications – including DNS Lookups. This section will also teach students how email exchange works over SMTP and IMAP. The role of Network Ports and Firewalls are also introduced.
The Web Development Process, Planning a Website
Students will gain an understanding of all the steps involved in the web development process.
Section 6: Domain Names
We provide an overview of the domain name registration process. This includes the role of registrars and TLD (Top Level Domain) administration by ICANN. ccTLD’s (Country Code Top Level Domains) are also explored.
Students gain hands-on experience with the registration process using popular domain registrars. We provide a comparison of different registrars and register a sample domain name using GoDaddy. Other topics of discussion include domain name privacy and administration, auto-renewal, domain forwarding, and name server assignment.
Students are introduced to configuring a local testing server on a PC or MAC system using WAMP (Windows) or MAMP (MAC). The lessons provide a detailed guide on the installation of the packages and an overview of the interface.
Students learn the role of an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client to connect to a remote server, through a local machine. We provide a live demonstration on file upload using FileZilla and explore the FileZilla Interface for connection management.
This section explores HTML. HTML is a key fundamental building block when learning to develop websites. Students initially learn the basics of HTML page structure and gradually transition into working with spacing, text formatting, lists, images, videos, links, anchors, tables, forms, and much more. We include several projects, where students are shown first-hand, how to develop and code HTML web pages from scratch.
Students learn to use CSS to create stylish, responsive web page layouts. We start by discussing the parts and types of CSS rules, followed by CSS classes, DIVS, and ids. Students gain significant exposure to various formatting options, including margins, padding, font properties, backgrounds, transparency, positioning, link styling, and CSS tables. This section includes a hands-on web development project where students utilize the concepts explored in the lesson.
Document Object Model (DOM)
We explore the jQuery library and many of its unique features used to create stunning, animated web pages. We start with the basics, from embedding jQuery into web pages to working with Selectors. Students then explore working with events, toggling, fading, sliding, and other forms of animation. The lessons also teach students how to work with callbacks, chaining, draggable, accordion menus and many other functions.
Students are taught to use the Bootstrap framework for responsive, mobile-first – front-end development. As one of the leading open-source development libraries, Bootstrap is an essential part of the developer’s coding arsenal. The section begins with teaching students how to include essential Bootstrap files into web pages. It then explores the Bootstrap Grid system and popular layout strategies for optimal cross-device and cross-browser compatibility.
Students gain exposure to just about every Bootstrap component, from typography, tables, and images, to jumbotrons, wells, alerts, buttons, glyph icons, and progress bars. The section includes several hands-on exercises that will walk students through the process of creating stunning layouts, complete with modals, carousels, popovers, drop-down menus, forms, and much more.
Students gain exposure to creating dynamic web applications and functionality using PHP. We start with the basics, including variable declaration and data output. The lessons then transition into working with objects, conditional statements, loops, functions, arrays and form validation.
Section 17: MySQL Database Integration
Students learn to unleash the true power of web application development with MySQL database integration. We start with the basics from database and table creation, to user management. Next we explore the execution of commonly used SQL statements for database modification and administration. Students are also taught how to create database connections and execute SQL statements from PHP scripts.
We explore python programming language from basics to advanced using different types of real-world applications and examples.
Students will learn how to develop dynamic websites using python’s framework called a flask.
Sample Certificate: https://temarihub.com/?cert_hash=e29d1e5afc1e8520
Introduction to HTML00:00
HTML Tags and Elements4:13
Header and Paragraph Tags6:16
Ordered and Unordered Lists6:16
Putting all together
HTML Media : Video
HTML Media : Audio
Introduction to CSS
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Full Stack Developer Specializing in Web Backend Technologies Development