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Socrates67X
97 Views · 3 months ago

This beginner's course is a complete introduction to web application development. Learn how to build dynamic database-backed web sites. Dr. Chuck will teach you how to use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, jQuery, and Handlebars to build web and database applications.

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✏️ Dr. Charles Severance created this course. He is a professor at the University of Michigan and is one of the most popular Python instructors in the world.

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⌨️ (00:00:00) Web Applications and the Request/Response Cycle
⌨️ (00:16:56) Understanding Browser Developer Mode
⌨️ (00:25:42) HTML - HyperText Markup Language (Part 1)
⌨️ (00:31:37) HTML - HyperText Markup Language (Part 2)
⌨️ (00:45:32) Code Walkthrough: HTML
⌨️ (00:59:32) CSS - Cascading Style Sheets (Part 1)
⌨️ (01:12:35) CSS - Cascading Style Sheets (Part 2)
⌨️ (01:27:40) CSS - Cascading Style Sheets (Part 3)
⌨️ (01:41:21) Code Walkthrough: CSS - Part 1
⌨️ (01:54:49) Code Walkthrough: CSS Part 2
⌨️ (02:20:40) Installing MAMP on Macintosh for PHP/MySql
⌨️ (02:27:42) Installing MAMP on Windows-10 for PHP/MySql
⌨️ (02:42:15) Installing XAMPP on Windows for PHP/MySql
⌨️ (02:51:21) PHP Language - Overview (Part 1)
⌨️ (03:00:02) PHP Language - Expressions (Part 3)
⌨️ (03:08:51) PHP Language - Variables and Constants (Part 2)
⌨️ (03:27:46) PHP Language - Control Structures (Part 4)
⌨️ (03:41:09) PHP Arrays (Part 1)
⌨️ (03:51:32) PHP Arrays (Part 2)
⌨️ (04:02:45) PHP Functions (Part 1)
⌨️ (04:12:49) PHP Functions (Part 2)
⌨️ (04:26:06) PHP Forms (Part 1)
⌨️ (04:31:04) PHP Forms - GET and POST (Part 2)
⌨️ (04:36:19) PHP Forms - Input Types (Part 3)
⌨️ (04:50:09) PHP Forms - HTML Injection and Validation (Part 4)
⌨️ (05:01:01) PHP Forms - MVC (Part 5)
⌨️ (05:11:40) Code Walkthrough: Forms Part 1
⌨️ (05:25:00) Code Walkthrough: Forms Part 2
⌨️ (05:32:28) Code Walkthrough: Forms Part 3
⌨️ (05:39:28) Single Table SQL - Part 1
⌨️ (06:01:59) Single Table SQL - Part 2
⌨️ (06:23:26) Data Modeling - Building a Data Model (Part 1)
⌨️ (06:32:12) Data Modeling - Representing Relationships (Part 2)
⌨️ (06:42:52) Data Modeling - Relationships in SQL (Part 3)
⌨️ (06:57:09) Data Modeling - Using Join (Part 4)
⌨️ (07:07:16) Data Modeling - Many-to-Many (Part 5)
⌨️ (07:20:51) PHP Objects (Part 1)
⌨️ (07:31:23) PHP Objects - Building Objects (Part 2)
⌨️ (07:43:20) PHP Objects - Life Cycle (Part 3)
⌨️ (07:48:54) PHP Objects - Inheritance (Part 4)
⌨️ (07:59:57) PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 1
⌨️ (08:18:16) PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 2
⌨️ (08:32:05) PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 3
⌨️ (08:44:30) PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 4
⌨️ (08:53:30) Code Walkthrough: PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 1
⌨️ (09:02:15) Code Walkthrough: PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 2
⌨️ (09:11:51) Code Walkthrough: PHP, MySQL, and PDO - Part 3
⌨️ (09:19:53) PHP - Cookies (Part 1)
⌨️ (09:29:53) PHP - Sessions (Part 2)
⌨️ (09:43:59) PHP - Sessions without Cookies - Part 3
⌨️ (09:51:42) Code Walkthrough: Cookies and Sessions
⌨️ (10:02:08) PHP - HTTP Redirects - Part 1
⌨️ (10:09:07) PHP - Post / Redirect - Part 2
⌨️ (10:20:03) PHP - Flash Messages / Authentication - Part 3
⌨️ (10:32:15) Code Walkthrough: Routing and Redirect - Part 1
⌨️ (10:37:33) Code Walkthrough: Routing and Redirect - Part 2
⌨️ (10:44:31) Code Walkthrough: Routing and Redirect - Part 3
⌨️ (10:51:02) Building a CRUD Application in PHP
⌨️ (11:05:35) Code Walkthrough: Forms and CRUD
⌨️ (11:20:08) JavaScript - Part 1
⌨️ (11:35:18) JavaScript - Part 2
⌨️ (11:47:40) JavaScript - Document Object Model - Part 3
⌨️ (11:58:20) Code Walkthrough: JavaScript and Profiles
⌨️ (12:08:37) JavaScript - Object Orientation
⌨️ (12:19:18) JQuery - Part 1
⌨️ (12:32:22) JQuery - Part 2
⌨️ (12:46:53) Code Walkthrough: Profiles, Positions, and JQuery
⌨️ (13:12:10) JSON - JavaScript Object Notation - Part 1
⌨️ (13:26:50) JSON - JavaScript Object Notation - Part 2
⌨️ (13:38:26) JSON - CRUD - Part 3
⌨️ (13:48:00) Code Walkthrough: Profiles, Positions, Education and JSON
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Socrates67X
111 Views · 3 months ago

This is full Stack Web Development Course for Absolute Beginners 2022. A 22 hour video covering all the major topics of web development. Become a full-stack web developer from this complete course from scratch for mastering web development in 2022.

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Socrates67X
112 Views · 3 months ago

How I became a self-taught Software Engineer & How I learned to code from completely zero without a Computer Science degree or Bootcamp!

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Just a few months ago, I had no idea what coding even was. All I knew was that it had something to do with typing complicated stuff on a computer. I got the idea of learning how to code after I graduated with an Economics Degree from a university in London. Economics is a highly valued degree, most people who do it in top universities like mine become investment bankers and stuff like that. I did an internship at a big bank too, but I hated it. So I started looking into what career path could give me a lot of money, and also a great work-life balance. So I discovered, software engineering.

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Socrates67X
109 Views · 3 months ago

In this full course, we learn how to build websites with HTML and CSS, and get started as a software engineer.
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Lessons:
0:00 Intro
1:02 1. HTML Basics
17:42 2. CSS Basics
44:39 3. Hovers, Transitions, Shadows
1:03:10 4. Chrome DevTools & CSS Box Model
1:17:30 5. Text Styles
1:52:18 6. The HTML Structure
2:11:08 7. Images and Text Boxes
2:25:42 8. CSS Display Property
2:34:58 9. The div Element
2:46:55 10. Nested Layouts Technique
3:16:58 11. CSS Grid
3:43:58 12. Flexbox
4:15:21 13. Nested Flexbox
4:44:36 14. CSS Position
5:07:14 15. Position Absolute and Relative
5:33:49 16. Finish the Project
6:07:46 17. More CSS Features
6:30:21 Outro

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This HTML CSS full course is a series of HTML CSS tutorials, teaching the major skills that we need to create complex websites. Each HTML CSS tutorial builds on a project and provides some HTML CSS exercises to practice what we learned. By the end, we'll learn the basics of web development and we'll be on our way to becoming a web developer and software engineer.

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Socrates67X
92 Views · 3 months ago

This is my annual guide to take you from start to finish when it comes to the web development technologies that are available for frontend, backend, and full-stack developers.

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0:00 - Intro
1:32 - What Is Your Goal?
3:54 - Types of Web Developers
5:40 - Basic Necessities/Tools
9:17 - HTML & CSS
11:33 - Sass & PostCSS
13:09 - CSS Frameworks
16:56 - UI Design Principles
18:23 - JavaScript
22:02 - Extra Programming Tools
25:20 - Deploying Frontend Projects
27:19 - Basic Frontend Developer Checklist
28:58 - Where To Go From Here
31:25 - Frontend Frameworks
35:20 - TypeScript
36:53 - UI Kits & Libraries
39:04 - Testing
40:38 - Server-Side Rendering
43:28 - Static Site Generators
45:59 - Headless CMS
48:30 - The Jamstack
50:20 - Frontend Superstar Checklist
51:51 - Server-Side Languages
56:40 - Server-Side Web Frameworks
1:04:05 - Databases
1:10:30 - REST APIs
1:11:21 - GraphQL
1:12:48 - Authentication & Authorization
1:15:25 - WordPress
1:16:36 - Deploying Full Stack Projects
1:20:42 - Backend & Full Stack Checklist
1:21:54 - Mobile App Development
1:23:56 - Web3
1:28:20 - Web Assembly
1:29:18 - Artificial Intelligence
1:30:36 - Thank You!

Socrates67X
100 Views · 3 months ago

How is it possible for an average construction worker to learn to code, to get that super hard first programming job and then get hired by a large tech company, making hundreds of thousands of dollars in total compensation each year?

Nine years ago, I was totally that construction worker because I couldn’t get another job with my near worthless history degree. So I ended up freezing my butt off in the cold each winter doing physical labor for mediocre pay and no benefits.

I’m now a full-time senior front-end software engineer at Adobe. And I’m self-taught working in a nice cozy office.

So let’s talk about how to become a web developer quickly in 2022 as an absolute begineer.

0:00 Why most self-taught devs fail.
2:18 Why you should choose to become a front-end web developer instead of back-end
4:52 The web development technologies you should learn
6:14 The right way to learn to code
7:20 How to get your first job as a web developer
10:41 Why you're not getting job interviews and what to do about it

Why some web developers make more money than others: https://youtu.be/QILxmJpH6wM

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