Learn to Build Web Applications with PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript

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Learn to Build Web Applications with PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript – Learn how to build web applications with PHP, MySQL and Javascript

Becoming a professional full-stack web developer requires a solid understanding of the most commonly used software tools for creating websites and mobile apps: JavaScript, jQuery, HTML, CSS, PHP and MySQL. This course teaches you about each of these tools, including their purpose, how they interact with other tools, and a detailed instruction on how to use them. Steve also covers the skill sets used in web development, such as image manipulation, page design, and database development. You’ll learn how the modern websites really work, as well as gain hands-on experience using the tools and skills the professionals use to make those websites.

Learn how to set up your computer, install a local server, and also find and use a hosting service. Learn how to set up your computer. Getting the right essentials for designing web pages, adding navigation, modifying images, and adding images. Discover how to create a database and connect your website. to this database Understand the purpose and need for server side and client side applications Learn how to make a website change colors, images and more when users interact with a page Discover how to setup user sign-ins, setup shopping carts, and use social media for marketing Learn how to test your site on all major browsers Understand how to make a mobile version of your site

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Manufacturer: Arly / O’Reilly
Language of instruction: English
Teacher: Steve Perry
Level of training: Elementary, Secondary
Time of training: 11 hours +
File size: 2760 MB

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