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Beginner Courses:

Contents

  • Part 1: The Basics of HTML and HTML5
    • Requirements, Definition of HTML, Structure, No Output?, Validation, More Warnings, Comments
    • HTML5 structure revisited, Inspecting with Fire-bug, Adding Content, Notes
  • Part 2: HTML Elements
    • The Paragraph Tag, Other Block level elements
    • Inline Elements, Block Level and Inline Elements in Action, HTML Tables & Forms
  • Part 3: Main HTML5 Specific Elements
    • Header & Footer, Navigation, Section
    • Article & Aside, The Meter Element, Video, Audio
  • Part 4: The Basics of CSS
    • Definition of CSS. Using Inline CSS. Color
    • Using Internal CSS. Using Ids and Classes. Creating External CSS.
    • Linking to External CSS. Inefficient Selectors. Efficient Selectors.
    • HTML Element State, The CSS Box Model, Fonts
  • Part 4: Main CSS3.0 Specific Properties
    • Alpha Color Space, Opacity
    • Box Shadow & Border Radius

 

Contents

  • What is PHP?
  • Setup and Installation
    • Installation on Linux
    • Installation on Windows
    • Installation on Mac OS X
  • Beginning with “Hello World!”
  • Basics
  • Commenting and Style
  • Arrays
  • Control structures
  • The if Structure
  • The switch Structure
  • The while Loop
  • The do while Loop
  • The for Loop
  • The foreach Loop
  • Functions, Files, Mailing
  • Cookies, Sessions
  • Databases, MySQL, PostgreSQL
  • PHP Data Objects
  • Integration Methods (HTML Forms, etc.)

 

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Visual Studio
  • Introduction to Web Programming
  • Introduction to ASP.NET
  • ASP.NET Web Forms
  • Internet Information Services (IIS)
  • Working with Databases in ASP.NET
  • Web Services
  • Example: Weather System

 

Table of contents

  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Django
  • Chapter 2: Getting started
  • Chapter 3: The basics of generating Web pages
  • Chapter 4: The Django template system
  • Chapter 5: Interacting with a database: models
  • Chapter 6: The Django admin site
  • Chapter 7: Form processing
  • Chapter 8: Advanced views and URLconfs
  • Chapter 9: Generic views
  • Chapter 10: Extending the template engine
  • Chapter 11: Outputting non-HTML content
  • Chapter 12: Sessions, users, and registration
  • Chapter 13: Comments, caching
  • Chapter 15: Other contributed sub-frameworks
  • Chapter 16: Middleware
  • Chapter 17: Integrating with legacy databases and applications
  • Chapter 18: Customizing the Django admin
  • Chapter 19: Internationalization and localization
  • Chapter 20: Security
  • Chapter 21: Deploying Django

Building a Minimal App in Seven Steps

Table of Contents

  • 1. A Quick Tour of the Foundations of Web Apps
  • 2. More on JavaScript
  • 3. Building a Minimal App with Plain JavaScript in Seven Steps
    • 1. Step 1 – Set up the Folder Structure
    • 2. Step 2 – Write the Model Code
    • 3. Step 3 – Initialize the Application
    • 4. Step 5 – Implement the Create Use Case
    • 5. Step 4 – Implement the Retrieve/List All Use Case
    • 6. Step 6 – Implement the Update Use Case
    • 7. Step 7 – Implement the Delete Use Case
    • 8. Run the App and Get the Code
    • 9. Possible Variations and Extensions
    • 10. Points of Attention
    • 11. Practice Projects

 

Adding Constraint Validation

Table of Contents

  • 1. Integrity Constraints and Data Validation
    • 1. Introduction
    • 2. Integrity Constraints
    • 3. Responsive Validation
    • 4. Constraint Validation in MVC Applications
    • 5. Criteria for Evaluating the Validation Support of Frameworks
  • 2. Constraint Validation in a Plain JS Front-End App
    • 1. Introduction
    • 2. Using the HTML5 Form Validation API
    • 3. New Issues
    • 4. Make a JavaScript Data Model
    • 5. Set up the Folder Structure with Library Files
    • 6. Write the Model Code
    • 7. The View and Controller Layers
    • 8. Run the App and Get the Code
    • 9. Evaluation
    • 10. Possible Variations and Extensions
    • 11. Points of Attention
    • 12. Practice Project

 

Dealing with Enumerations

Table of Contents

  • 1. Enumerations and Enumeration Attributes
    • 1. Enumerations
    • 2. Enumeration Attributes
    • 3. Enumerations in Computational Languages
  • 2. Implementing Enumeration Attributes in a Plain JS App
    • 1. New Issues
    • 2. Make a JavaScript Data Model
    • 3. Set up the Folder Structure with Library Files
    • 4. The Meta-Class Enumeration
    • 5. Write the Model Code
    • 6. Write the View and Controller Code
    • 7. Run the App and Get the Code
    • 8. Possible Variations and Extensions
    • 9. Points of Attention
    • 10. Practice Project

 

Managing Unidirectional Associations

Table of Contents

  • 1. Reference Properties and Unidirectional Associations
    • 1. References and Reference Properties
    • 2. Referential Integrity
    • 3. Modeling Reference Properties as Unidirectional Associations
    • 4. Representing Unidirectional Associations as Reference Properties
    • 5. Adding Directionality to a Non-Directed Association
    • 6. Our Running Example
    • 7. Eliminating Unidirectional Associations
    • 8. Rendering Reference Properties in the User Interface
  • 2. Implementing Unidirectional Functional Associations with Plain JavaScript
    • 1. Implementing Single-Valued Reference Properties with Plain JavaScript
    • 2. Make a JavaScript Data Model
    • 3. New issues
    • 4. Write the Model Code
    • 5. The View and Controller Layers
  • 3. Implementing Unidirectional Non-Functional Associations with Plain JavaScript
    • 1. Implementing Multi-Valued Reference Properties in JavaScript
    • 2. Make a JavaScript Data Model
    • 3. New issues
    • 4. Write the Model Code
    • 5. Write the User Interface Code
    • 6. How to Run the App, Get the Code and Ask Questions
    • 7. Points of Attention
    • 8. Practice Project

 

Managing Bidirectional Associations

Table of Contents

  • 1. Bidirectional Associations
    • 1. Inverse Reference Properties
    • 2. Making an Association-Free Information Design Model
  • 2. Implementing Bidirectional Associations with Plain JavaScript
    • 1. Make a JavaScript Data Model
    • 2. Write the Model Code
    • 3. Exploiting Derived Inverse Reference Properties in the User Interface
    • 4. Practice Project

 

Inheritance in Class Hierarchies

Table of Contents

  • 1. Subtyping and Inheritance
    • 1. Introducing Subtypes by Specialization
    • 2. Introducing Supertypes by Generalization
    • 3. Intension versus Extension
    • 4. Type Hierarchies
    • 5. The Class Hierarchy Merge Design Pattern
    • 6. Subtyping and Inheritance in Computational Languages
  • 2. Subtyping in a Plain JavaScript Front-End App
    • 1. Subtyping with Constructor-Based Classes
    • 2. Case Study 1: Eliminating a Class Hierarchy
    • 3. Case Study 2: Implementing a Class Hierarchy
    • 4. Practice Project

 

Create an e-commerce website that will help you get to grips with web designing using Bootstrap

Contents

  • Designing the ecommerce.html page
  • Designing the account.html web page
  • Designing the category.html web page
  • Designing the product.html web page

 

 

 

 

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