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Fundamentals of Node.js (SR110)Add to cart
Getting Started with Vue.js (SR109)Add to cart
NodeJS: Developing Web Applications (ML005)Add to cart
Nuxt.js- Creating an e-Commerce Site with Vue.js (JE021)Add to cart
Starting with Angular 7 (SR095)Add to cart
Starting with Backbone.js (SR106)Add to cart
Starting with Ember.js 2 (SR108)Add to cart
Starting with Firebase (SR104)Add to cart
Starting with Git & GitHub (SR103)Add to cart
Starting with Gulp (SR105)Add to cart
Starting with JSON (SR102)Add to cart
Starting with React.js (SR107)Add to cart
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Fundamentals of Node.js (SR110)
To a certain extent, it can seem as though different programming languages are only suitable for a specified set of tasks, like building apps or analysing data. If you feel as though you need to be fluent in several in order to get anywhere in the coding world, think again. Node.js is a very versatile (and very popular) language that, if you add it to your skill set, is guaranteed to open doors. Create real time web apps, build APIs, streaming applications or CPU intensive apps, and do it all quickly and efficiently.
Future-Proof Your Web Development Skills
Code a Node.js project with an online IDE
Learn how Node.js works with Gulp, Bootstrap, GIT, Express, and NPM Bower
Add a NoSQL database to a Node.js project
Understand routing, packages, templating engines, UI dependencies and more
Gain a thorough knowledge of web development with Node.js
Develop Web Applications with Node.js
This Node.js fundamentals online course contains 48 lectures and over 3 hours of content. Although designed for beginners with some web development experience under their belt, those new to coding will be able to pick it up without much difficulty. The goal is simple; learn how to get your node.js web app projects up and running.
The course will start off with an overview of what Node.js is and isn’t, and what it can and can’t do. Once that’s covered, you’ll begin working with Express and start coding your own Node web app with the help of Bootstrap, Gulp, Node templating engines and express routing. You’ll also cover how to use a database with Node.js. By the end of the course, you will have coded your first web app with Node.js and learned everything you need to know to get your own projects started.
Whether you’re an IT professional or a hobbyist, this course will give you a solid understanding of how Node.js web applications work and how they’re designed, administered, and developed. Web developers as well as UI designers, testers and administrators are guaranteed to find it useful.
Getting Started with Vue.js (SR109)
The technology world is awash with web developers. While this means there are plenty of new and exciting developments and creations emerging on a regular basis, it also has a downside. For an employer, it can be difficult to find a really, REALLY good web developer. Knowing a few different web app frameworks and libraries are guaranteed to get you noticed, and one of the most beneficial choices around is Vue.js. This course will teach you everything you need to know to get up and running.
Take your Web Development Skills to the Next Level
Learn fundamental Vue.js concepts
Utilize Vue.js in your web applications
Build a fully functioning application from scratch with Vue.js
Create instances, learn about single-page apps, and more
Upgrade your web development skills
Everything You Need to Know About Vue.js
This Vue.js online course teaches you the core skills you need to know to utilize reactive components in your web applications. Each aspect is taught in a hands-on manner, so you’ll not only get to grips with the fundamentals but have a crystal clear idea of how to use them in your own projects.
Once you’ve gotten a handle on the basics you’ll move on to the really fun stuff. Binding classes, isolated scopes, advanced shopping cart functionality and various other cool features are covered. Then it’s on to even more interesting elements like resource libraries, data and arrays
By the end of this course, you’ll know how to implement functionality that is expected in all top-class, modern applications. You’ll be using Vue.js as a solution to everyday web development tasks to make your apps easier and more dynamic. And lastly, you’ll know every step to take to start creating applications from the ground up with Vue.js.
What is Vue.js?
To put it as simply as possible, Vue.js is an advanced web app framework architecture. Think of it as another Laravel PHP or React.js. It provides reactive components for modern web interfaces. Basically, it’s a simple but powerful library for building cool web stuff. Any web developer who knows their stuff will know Vue.js, so if you’re not one of them now is time to get up to speed.
Learn Jasmine design guidelines and best practices
Understand Jasmine’s evolution & intended purpose
Use Jasmine to create efficient, well-structured unit tests
Learn how unit testing enables development time efficiencies
Understand Jasmine expectation assertions work
Learn to install and configure Jasmine for everyday use
Use Jasmine to create comprehensive, configurable test suites
NodeJS: Developing Web Applications (ML005)
So, you want to learn Node.js. Perhaps you’re a client side developer looking to move into server side work?
If you’re going to learn Node.js this is your course! Your instructor Dan Castillo is a web developer who has worked across the stack for several years creating applications and web services. No experience is required as Dan will start you at the very beginning by installing the necessary modules to use Node. As you go through each lecture, Dan will encourage you to code along as you work in the command line interface, learn to use the file system and routing and even create your own API’s.
This is a comprehensive first course in Node.js which is designed to get you working in this new technology right away.
Who this course is for:
Front End Developers who Want to Learn To Work on the Server Side
Web Developers Looking to Expand Their Skill Set
Back End Developers who want to use NodeJS
Anyone who Wants to Learn NodeJs
Mac or PC
Nuxt.js- Creating an e-Commerce Site with Vue.js (JE021)
Starting with Angular 7 (SR095)
Angular Version 7.x
Purpose: To keep this course on the cutting edge of Angular technology and be consistent in providing instruction for the features found in the latest Angular release (v7.1.1)
In this update we addressed the major changes in the Angular version 7.1.1 release (late November 2018). Per our course content, including hands-on coding exercises, there were a few breaking changes in the 7.0.x releases which ripped across much of the original project code and also included minor, non-breaking changes which outdated certain aspects of our original content.
We updated all of the course’s code-along video content to fix the breaking changes, including:
Angular-CLI & npm syntax usage
Angular-CLI template output changes
Material 2 inclusion and configuration syntax changes
Fallout of the above deltas outdated a large percentage of the course’s existing content. Each affected video in the series was updated to reflect the current release.
The Angular CLI has been continually improving since its inception. Additional features that have bumped its power up changed some of the commands and flags that are used in creating new Angular projects, generating assets, and adding schematics.
While closely tied to the Angular core library, but not included in it, the Material 2 styling library has endured a lengthy, rough development and release lifecycle. As this library is so closely tied to the Angular core, we’ve included content in this video series from the beginning. Again, in this current release, many breaking changes and previously unavailable features were included. We made significant changes to existing content and created additional content to appropriately cover the current state of the Material library.
As with prior updates to this video series, we applied incremental improvements to existing content in an effort to continuously improve the overall effectiveness and appeal of the entire course.
Starting with Backbone.js (SR106)
The Backbone of Web App Development
Get to know Backbone.js and how it can help you
Code a Backbone app with an online IDE
Compose functional components in Backbone’s MVC paradigm
Raise and handle Events
Implement Views to control and app
Use Models to manage application data
And much more!
Understand Models, Events, Views and More
The core of Backbone.js is representing your data through Models which can be created, validated, destroyed, and saved to the server, and Views that display the model’s state and respond to changes. So after a quick introduction, this is what you’ll learn first.
Having laid that foundation, you’ll move onto the other important concepts of Backbone such as Events, namespacing, templating, routing, and much more. You’ll then build a guestbook app and style it to perfection with Bootstrap. Additional resources and hands-on tutoring will help you every step of the way, no matter what your skills or experience level.
By the end of the course material, you’ll be well equipped to use Backbone for developing your own web apps, and will have a greater understanding of how frameworks can elevate your developing skills (and make your life a whole lot less stressful, too).
Although intended for IT professionals, hobbyists are more than suitable for taking this course too. Some experience in creating web UIs with JavScript tools would be an advantage, as would programming with a common object-oriented or scripting language. However, you don’t need any Backbone experience whatsoever. We’ll teach you everything you need to know!
What is the Backbone?
Starting with Ember.js 2 (SR108)
Create Ambitious Web Applications
Understand how Ember 2 works in web and mobile solutions
Learn how Ember 2 solutions are designed, administered and developed
Code an Ember 2 project with an online IDE
Use Ember’s component paradigm, data management library, CLI tool, and more
Implement Ember Add-Ons, routing, authentication, and more
Write and run Unit, Acceptance and Integration tests
Style and Ember app with an Ember Material CSS Library
Launch Your Ember 2 Projects Now
This course will start off by giving you an overview of what Ember is and how and why it works. Then you’ll install it and get going with the good stuff! You’ll start off with routing, templates and helpers, Ember components, and Ember Data, and once you’ve to grip with the fundamentals you’ll begin building your own Ember app.
You’ll design your app, build it out, create the components, and complete the code, and then you’ll move on to testing it. But it doesn’t stop there; this course also covers more advanced aspects including styling, add-ons, and security. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be more than capable of getting your own Ember projects up and running.
Starting with Firebase (SR104)
Before taking this course, a student should ideally (but not absolutely) have some experience in
FIREBASE EXPERIENCE IS NOT REQUIRED!!!
Starting with Git & GitHub (SR103)
Any IT professional or casual developer anticipating a solid understanding of how Git and GitHub work in open-sourced and private development projects needs to go through this course and absorb all of its contents. Anyone desiring to learn how Git and GitHub are designed, administered, and used needs the knowledge and practice presented in this course. This not only includes web, mobile, and service application developers, but also architects, UI designers, testers, and administrators. This course provides a solid understanding of how to effectively participate in project management with Git and/or GitHub.
Starting with Gulp (SR105)
Cut Out the Boring Bits!
Install, program, and configure Gulp to work for you
Create runnable ‘builds’ with a single command
First, we’ll explore Gulp at a high level. You’ll gain an understanding of what a build system is, what Gulp can do for you, and we’ll install and configure gulp according to your own needs. Then, the course divides into two sections; Gulp for development and Gulp for production. In the former, you’ll learn about pre-processing SASS, automating your builds, the much-lauded ‘watch’ function, and the live re-load function.
What is Gulp?
Starting with JSON (SR102)
Any IT professional or casual developer anticipating a solid understanding of how JSON works in open-sourced and private development projects needs to go through this course and absorb all of its content. Anyone desiring to learn how JSON is implemented in software needs the knowledge and demonstrations presented in this course. This not only includes web, mobile, and service application developers, but also architects, UI designers, testers, and administrators. This course provides a solid understanding of how to effectively participate in a project leveraging JSON data structures.
Starting with React.js (SR107)
Make Interactive UIs with Ease
Understand and use React components
Code a React app with an online IDE
Learn how React can help you as a developer
Style a React app with React CSS and Bootstrap
Use Flux, State and Props, Routers and more
This course focuses on building simple components and composing them to create complex, rich, functional component solutions. You’ll get to grips with event handling, routing, implementing Flux architecture, and much more to master React fundamentals.
We start from the very beginning and stick with you every step of the way, kicking off with an introduction to React and getting progressively more challenging as the course continues. Don’t worry – you’ll soon be working on React projects with ease.
By the end of this course, you’ll be productive and efficient in using this versatile library, and you’ll be able to build great looking web apps faster than ever before. You’ll walk away with a working knowledge of the framework, it’s various facets, and you’ll understand how it fits into your process. But most of all, you’ll have a valuable and time-saving new skill in your developer toolbox.
What is React?
Starting with REST API’s (SR101)
REST works in open-sourced and private application development projects needs to go through this course and absorb all of its content. Anyone desiring to learn how REST is implemented in clients and servers needs the knowldege, demonstrations, and practice presented in this course. This not only includes web, mobile, and service application developers, but also architects, UI designers, testers, and administrators. This course provides a solid understanding of how to effectively participate in a project leveraging REST API’s both as consumers and providers.
NO REST EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED!!!