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HTML Language

(A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3 Beginner)  (Basic HTML elements: Quick Reference Beginner)  (XHTML Tutorial)  (Creating web pages in XHTML)  (A crash course in XHTML)  (HTML a Crash Course)

CSS Language

(Responsive Web Design Beginner)  (Responsive Web Design in APEX Intermediate)  (Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets)  (CSS Crash Course)  (Cascading style sheets (CSS))  (Basic CSS)

JavaScript Language

(Getting Started with AngularJS Beginner)  (AngularJS Fundamentals in 60 Minutes Beginner)  (Javascript Essentials Beginner)  (D3.js in Action Advanced)  (D3js Tutorial Intermediate)  (Introduction to jQuery Beginner)  (JQuery Notes)  (JS Functions, Objects, and Arrays)  (JavaScript course) (Essential Javascript) (JavaScript: A Crash Course)

PHP Language

(Introduction to the Zend Framework Beginner)  (PHP 5 Classes and Objects Intermediate)  (Writing MySQL Scripts with PHP and PDO Beginner)  (Using MySQL with PDO Beginner)  (PHP Crash Course Beginner)  (PHP – Advanced Tutorial)  (PHP for dynamic web pages)  (PHP Programming)  (Introduction to PHP5 with MySQL)

ASP Language

(ASP.NET and Web Programming Beginner)  ( ASP.NET Web Programming Beginner-Cont.)  (Getting started with MVC3 Beginner)  (Introduction to ASP.NET Web Development)  (Course ASP.NET)  (ASP.Net for beginner)  (The Entity Framework and ASP.NET)

Miscellaneous

(Web API Design Intermediate)  (Managing and maintaining a CMS website Intermediate)  (Introduction to T4 Site Manager Intermediate) (Dreamweaver CS6 Basics Beginner)  (Getting Started with Dreamweaver CS6 Beginner)  (Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Tutorial Beginner)  (AJAX and JSON Intermediate)  (J2EE Web Component Development)  (An Introduction to Web Design)


HTML Language

 

A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3 Beginner

A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3 course material tutorial training, PDF file by Ashley Menhennett, Pablo Farias Navarro.

Table of 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
  • Alpha Color Space, Opacity
  • Box Shadow & Border RadiusPart 4: Main CSS3.0 Specific Properties

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Basic HTML elements: Quick Reference Beginner

This document is intended to be used in conjunction with Introduction to web page creation in XHTML (document web-t3) and can also be used as a quick reference guide

Table of Contents:

  • Format Conventions
  • Related documentation
  • Skeletal tags
  • Header tags
  • Hyperlinks
  • Lists
  • Text markup tags
  • Layout formatting tags
  • Images
  • Tables

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XHTML Tutorial

XHTML Tutorial created by Dwight VanTuyl, course material and training (PDF file 46 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Content vs. Presentation
  • W3C
  • Elements and Attributes
  • Important XHTML Rules
  • Mandatory XHTML Elements
  • DOCTYPE
  • and
  • Validation
  • Comments
  • Character Entities
  • Header Elements
  • Horizontal Rule
  • Paragraph
  • Line Break
  • Lists
  • Anchor & Hyperlink
  • Image
  • Tables

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Creating web pages in XHTML

Creating standards-compliant web pages in XHTML course material and training (PDF file 36 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction to the World Wide Web
  • Customising HTML-KIT
  • Creating a basic web page
  • Structuring content
  • Adding formatted lists
  • Changing the look and feel of a website, and the implications of bold and italic text
  • Creating hyperlinks
  • Using images
  • Using tables
  • XHTML tags quick reference
  • Using colours on the web
  • Design and planning tips
  • Glossary of terms
  • Useful resources

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A crash course in XHTML

XHTML a crash course material and training for beginners (PDF file 68 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • The XHTML for the web page
  • The structure of 1.0 Transitional document
  • An XHTML comment
  • The syntax rules for XHTML
  • The home page for the W3C validator
  • How to mark JavaScript so it won’t cause errors
  • The attributes of the tag
  • The XHTML for a head section
  • Core XHTML attributes
  • The XHTML in a web browser
  • Common block tags
  • Inline tags for formatting text
  • Tags that create lists
  • Common XHTML character entites

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HTML a Crash Course

HTML a crash course material and training (PDF file 41 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Differences between xhtml and HTML 4
  • Differences between HTML 5 and HTML 4
  • Basic structure of an xhtmldocument
  • Hypertext links and URLs
  • Block-level elements
  • Inline elements
  • Tables
  • Forms
  • CSS: thumbnail overview
  • References

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CSS Language

 

 

Responsive Web Design Beginner

CSS3 Responsive Web Design With fluid grids for desktop, tablet and mobile course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by Tim Davison.

Table of Contents:

  • A Brief History
  • Flexible Grid-based Layout
  • Flexible Images and Media
  • Media Queries
  • Adaptive Web Design
  • Designing With Grids
  • Grid Systems for the Web
  • The 960 Grid System
  • 960 Supporting Classes
  • The 3 Grids
  • Desktop Wireframe
  • Tablet Wireframe
  • Mobile Wireframe
  • the CSS and HTML

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Responsive Web Design in APEX Intermediate

Responsive Web Design in APEX course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by Christian Rokitta.

Table of Contents:

  • CSS @Media queries
  • Grid Layouts
  • Device/browser detection to enhance performance of your site and reduce bloat

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Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets

Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets guide course material and training (PDF file 58 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • INTRODUCTION TO THIS GUIDE
  • SECTION 1 – CREATING A CSS
  • SECTION 2 – TEXT FORMATTING
  • SECTION 3 – BACKGROUNDS AND COLOURS
  • SECTION 4 – BOX PROPERTIES
  • SECTION 5 – CSS CLASSES
  • SECTION 6 – APPENDICES

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CSS Crash Course

CSS Crash Course material and training written by Daniel D’Agostino (PDF file 40 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction to CSS
  • What is CSS/Why CSS?
  • Links
  • Kickstart: The HTML side
  • Kickstart: The CSS side
  • CSS Syntax explained
  • CSS Colours explained
  • More CSS examples
  • CSS property shorthand
  • CSS Text Formatting
  • About Fonts
  • CSS Borders
  • CSS Borders explained
  • Margins vs Padding
  • Other useful CSS properties
  • CSS Complex Relationships
  • CSS Inheritance
  • Advanced CSS

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Cascading style sheets (CSS)

Cascading style sheets (CSS) course material and training (PDF file 62 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • CSS 1 Rules
  • Length, Percentage, Color and URLs
  • Font Properties
  • Color and Background Properties
  • Text Properties
  • Box Properties
  • Classification Properties
  • Structure and Control
  • Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements
  • Linking Style Sheets to HTML
  • Cascading Order
  • Layout and Media
  • Tables
  • References
  • Quick Reference Guide
  • CSS Colour Keywords

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Basic CSS

Course on Basic CSS (cascading style sheet) concepts, training and tutorial

Table of Contents:

  • What is CSS?
  • Why CSS?
  • Reference CSS from HTML
  • CSS Syntax
  • Selectors
  • Element Selectors
  • Class Selectors
  • ID Selectors
  • Pseudo-Selectors
  • Grouping Selectors
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Sharpen Your Selector
  • Sharpen Your Selector (cont.)
  • Firebug –Firefox Addon
  • Element tag
  • Element tag
  • Color Properties
  • Colorzilla –Firefox Addon
  • Background Image Properties
  • Font Properties
  • Text Properties
  • List Properties
  • Border Properties

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JavaScript language

 

 

Getting Started with AngularJS Beginner

Getting Started with AngularJS, javascript framwork made by google, PDF file by Jeremy Zerr.

Table of Contents:

  • What is AngularJS
  • Requirements
  • AngularJS Examples
  • Starter AngularJS app (templating)
  • What is a $scope?
  • Using client-side models from different data sources
  • Using JSON in initial page load
  • Using REST API & JSON file
  • Templating methods
  • Templating method: Javascript and script
  • Two-way data binding: ng-model + ng-class
  • Filters and Formatters
  • Client-side routing
  • Interacting with a REST API
  • Creating a custom directive
  • ngEnter – change model on pressing enter
  • …etc

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AngularJS Fundamentals in 60 Minutes Beginner

AngularJS Fundamentals in 60-ish Minutes is going to go through all of the key fundamentals you need to know about the AngularJS SPA framework. PDF by Dan Wahlin.

Table of Contents:

  • AngularJS in 60 Minutes
  • Introduction
  • Module 1: Getting Started
  • Single Page Application (SPA)
  • The Challenge With SPAs
  • AngularJS.org
  • Download AngularJS
  • Module 2: Directives, Filters and Data Binding
  • What are Directives?
  • Using Directives and Data Binding Syntax
  • Data-Binding Example using AngularJS Directives
  • Iterating with the ng-repeat Directive
  • ng-Repeat Example
  • The AngularJS API Reference for Directives
  • ngRepeat Documentation
  • Using Filters
  • Using Filters Demo
  • Module 3: Views, Controllers and Scope
  • Creating a View and Controller
  • Module 4: Modules, Routes and Factories
  • Modules are Containers
  • Creating a Module.
  • Creating a Controller in a Module.
  • The Role of Routes
  • Defining Routes
  • Defining Routes Demo
  • Using Factories and Services
  • The Role of the Factory
  • Factory Demo
  • Wrap-Up Demo: Pulling It All Together

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Javascript Essentials Beginner

Javascript Essentials course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by Javascript Essentials on 23 pages.

Table of Contents:

  • Environment
  • Open Source Steps Up
  • Modularity / Structure
  • Memory, Global Variables
  • Whitespace and Semicolons
  • Comments , Arithmetic Operators
  • Flow Control , Code Blocks
  • AMD/CommonJS Module Specifications
  • Data Types , Primitive , Arrays , Array Operations
  • Undefined and Null , Objects
  • Built-In Objects , Creating Objects , Literal Objects
  • Constructor Function Objects, Prototypes
  • Prototype Chaining / Inheritance
  • Prototypes in Action – Implementing the singleton pattern
  • Functions, Anonymous/Closures , Memoizing
  • Execution Context
  • Function Closures in Action and Modularity Support
  • Dependency Injection

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D3.js in Action Advanced

D3.js in Action course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by Elijah Meeks on 41 pages.

Table of Contents:

  • PART 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO D3
    • 1 An introduction to D3.js
    • 2 Information Visualization Data Flow
    • 3 Data-Driven Design and Interaction
    • PART 2: THE PILLARS OF INFORMATION VISUALIZATION
    • 4 Chart Components
    • 5 Layouts
    • 6 Network Visualization
    • 7 Geospatial Information Visualization
    • 8 Traditional DOM Manipulation with D3
    • PART 3: COMPOSING INTERACTIVE APPLICATIONS WITH D3
    • 9 Composing Interactive Applications
    • 10 Writing Layouts and Components
    • 11 Multiple Points of Interaction
    • 12 D3 on Mobile

APPENDIXES: 

  • Appendix A: Data Structure of Sample Data
  • Appendix B: D3 Community Resources
  • Appendix C: D3 Extensions

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D3js Tutorial Intermediate

D3js Tutorial course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by Tom Torsney-Weir Michael Trosin.

Table of Contents:

  • Some important aspects of JavaScript
  • Introduction to SVG
  • CSS
  • D3js
  • Hands On
  • Further Reading

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Introduction to jQuery Beginner

Introduction to jQuery, javascript course material and training, PDF file by Girl Develop It

Table of Contents:

  • WHAT IS JQUERY?
  • WHAT IS A LIBRARY?
  • WHY USE JQUERY?
  • HISTORY OF JAVASCRIPT
  • WHAT DOES JAVASCRIPT DO?
  • JQUERY: A BRIEF HISTORY
  • INCLUDING JQUERY
  • JQUERY SELECTORS
  • JQUERY ELEMENT SELECTORS
  • IMPORTANT JAVASCRIPT VOCABULARY
  • USING JQUERY’S CLASS SELECTOR
  • THE JQUERY FUNCTION
  • JQUERY ACTIONS
  • UPDATING VALUES AND HTML
  • CREATING NEW ELEMENT
  • UPDATING ATTRIBUTES AND CSS
  • FADING ELEMENTS OUT ON CLICK
  • SHOWING AND HIDING ELEMENTS

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JQuery Notes Intermediate

The purpose of jQuery is to make it much easier to use JavaScript on your website. course PDF file by w3schools.com

Table of Contents:

  • jQuery Introduction
  • jQuery Install
  • jQuery Syntax
  • jQuery Selectors
  • jQuery Event Methods
  • jQuery Effects – Hide and Show
  • jQuery Effects – Fading
  • jQuery Effects – Sliding
  • jQuery Effects – Animation
  • jQuery Stop Animations
  • jQuery Callback Functions
  • jQuery – Chaining
  • jQuery – Get Content and Attributes
  • jQuery – Set Content and Attributes
  • jQuery – Add Elements
  • jQuery – Remove Elements
  • jQuery – Get and Set CSS Classes
  • jQuery – css() Method
  • jQuery – AJAX Introduction
  • jQuery – AJAX load() Method
  • jQuery – AJAX get() and post() Methods
  • jQuery – The noConflict() Method

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JS Functions, Objects, and Arrays

Download free JavaScript Functions, Objects, and Arrays course material and training written by Charles Severance (PDF file 32 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Definitions
  • Objects in JavaScript
  • A Sample Class
  • Object Life Cycle
  • Arrays
  • Control Structures
  • Definite Loops (for)

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JavaScript course

JavaScript course material and training written by Osmar R. Zaïane University of Alberta (PDF file)

Table of Contents:

  • JavaScript and the Details
    • Variable identifiers and their types
    • The notion of objets
    • Arrays
    • Control structures
    • Procedures and functions
    • Event-Based Programming with  JavaScript
      • What is an event?
      • What are the recognized events?
      • Capturing events.
      • Data entry validation within a form;Practical Examples

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Essential Javascript

Essential Javascript course material and training written by Patrick Hunlock (PDF file 22 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Getting Started
  • In-Line Javascript
  • External Javascript
  • Javascript is case sensitive
  • Output (writeln)
  • Output (alert)
  • Output (getElementById)
  • Input (One Click To Rule Them All)
  • Input (User Input)
  • Javascript is an Event Driven Language
  • Comments
  • Variables
  • Variable Scope
  • Special Keywords
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Logical and Comparison Operators
  • Conditionals: IF
  • Conditionals: SWITCH
  • Conditionals: Shorthand Assignment
  • Conditionals: Ternary Operators

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JavaScript: A Crash Course

JavaScript a crash course material and training Core Language Syntax for web programming (PDF file 28 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Overview
  • JavaScript references
  • Embedding in browser
  • Basic syntax
  • Strings and regular expressions
  • Functions
  • Objects

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PHP language

 

 

Introduction to the Zend Framework Beginner

This tutorial provides a introduction to the Zend Framework. It assumes readers have experience in writing simple PHP scripts that provide web-access to a database. PDF.

Table of Contents:

  • 1. First a digression – Smarty templates: the separation of code (model and control) and display (view)
  • 2. Using simple Zend components in isolation
  • 3. Zend_DB – help with data persistence
  • 4. Model View Control and related issues
  • 5. Zend’s MVC framework

The examples have been built for an Ubuntu system with a local Apache server using NetBeans 6.9.1 and Zend 1.10. The NetBeans projects are available for download. Details of how to set up the environment are appended to this document along with links to tutorials at NetBeans and Oracle. Some examples use a MySQL server hosted on the same machine as the Apache server; others use a remote Oracle server accessed via Oracle’s instant_client and its associated libraries.

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PHP 5 Classes and Objects Intermediate

PHP 5 Classes and Objects course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by The e-platform model.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Sample Exercise (Class)
  • Using Constructors
  • Using private
  • Inheritance Concept
  • Using final
  • Using Destructors
  • get_class() and get_parent_class()
  • Autoloading Objects
  • Visibility
  • Scop Resolution Operator(::)
  • Static Keyword
  • Class Abstraction
  • Object Iteration
  • Magic Methods
  • Patterns
  • Late Static Bindings
  • Objects and references
  • Interfaces
  • Exceptions

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Writing MySQL Scripts with PHP and PDO Beginner

Writing MySQL Scripts with PHP and PDO course material, tutorial training, PDF file by Paul DuBois.

Table of Contents:

  • Preliminary Requirements
  • Writing PDO Scripts
  • Connecting to and Disconnecting from the MySQL Server
  • Issuing Statements
  • Issuing Statements That ReturnNoResult Set
  • Issuing Statements That ReturnaResult Set
  • Other Ways T oFetch Result Set Rows
  • Using Prepared Statements
  • Placeholders and Quoting
  • Determining the Type of a Statement
  • Handling Errors
  • Using Transactions

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Using MySQL with PDO Beginner

This article examines a project that uses PDO to select from and insert into a MySQL database of PHP classes. PDF file byPeter Lavin.

Table of Contents:

  • Prerequisites for Using PDO
  • Project Outline
  • The XML Document Format
  • Designing the Tables
  • The Classes Table
  • The Parent Interfaces Table
  • The Methods Table
  • The Parameters Table
  • The Data Members and Constants Tables
  • Creating the Tables
  • Creating a PDO Connection
  • Inserting into a Database
  • Conclusion
  • About the Author

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PHP Crash Course Beginner

In this book, you’ll learn how to use PHP by working through lots of real-world examples taken from our experiences building real websites. PDF file.

Table of Contents:

  • Embedding PHP in HTML
  • Adding dynamic content
  • Accessing form variables
  • Understanding identifiers
  • Creating user-declared variables
  • Examining variable types
  • Assigning values to variables
  • Declaring and using constants
  • Understanding variable scope
  • Understanding operators and precedence
  • Evaluating expressions
  • Using variable functions
  • Making decisions with if, else, and switch
  • Taking advantage of iteration using while, do, and for loops

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PHP – Advanced Tutorial

PHP – Advanced Tutorial course material and training (PDF file 80 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • PHP-MySQL
  • Cookie Handling
  • Dynamic Images
  • PDF
  • Flash
  • Sessions
  • Security
  • Tips & Tricks
  • Optimization
  • Latest Developments
  • Future

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PHP for dynamic web pages

PHP for dynamic web pages course material and training by Jerry Stratton (PDF file 36 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • why use php?
  • using php on apache and unix
  • php code
  • working with mysql
  • curly brackets
  • gnu free documentation license
  • php: hypertext processor

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PHP Programming

PHP Programming language for dynamic web course material and training (PDF file 70 pages)

Table of 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.)

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Introduction to PHP5 with MySQL

Introduction to PHP5 with MySQL course material and training by Svein Nordbotten (PDF file 116 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Session 1: Static web applications
  • Session 2: Dynamic applications by PHP
  • Session 3: Dynamic application without database
  • Session 4: Introducing the MySQL database
  • Session 5: Polling with MySQL database
  • Session 6: File processing
  • Session 7: Functions in PHP
  • Session 8: Information retrieval
  • Session 9: e-learning
  • Session 10: Web shop

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ASP language


 

 

ASP.NET and Web Programming Beginner

ASP.NET is a framework for creating web sites, apps and services with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. PDF course.

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

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ASP.NET Web Programming Beginner-Cont.

ASP.NET Web Programming course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by Hans-Petter Halvorsen.

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

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Getting started with MVC3 Beginner

This tutorial will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC Web application using Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express, which is a free version of Microsoft Visual Studio.

Table of Contents:

  • Intro to ASP.NET MVC 3
  • Creating Your First Application
  • Adding a Controller
  • Adding a View
  • Adding a Model
  • Accessing your Model’s Data from a Controller
  • Adding a Create Method and Create View
  • Adding a New Field to the Movie Model and Table
  • Adding Validation to the Model
  • Implementing Edit, Details, and Delete Views

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Introduction to ASP.NET Web Development

Introduction to ASP.NET Web Development written by Frank Stepanski (PDF file 36 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Overview
  • Visual Studio 2010 Express
  • ASP.NET File Extensions
  • Six Important Facts about ASP.NET
  • Web Server for ASP.NET
  • Brief Tour of Visual Studio 2010
  • Creating a New ASP.NET Website
  • AST.NET Website: Overview
  • ASP.NET Website: Reviewing default.aspx.cs
  • ASP.NET Website: Adding Some Controls to default.aspx
  • ASP.NET Website: Adding Some C#
  • ASP.NET Website: Changing Control’s Properties
  • ASP.NET Website: Testing our Website
  • ASP.NET Application: Definition
  • ASP.NET Basics: Server Controls
  • ASP.NET Basics: GradeCalc Application
  • Debugging with Visual Studio

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Course ASP.NET

ASP.NET course material and training (PDF file 67 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Articles
    • ASP.NET
    • Web application framework
    • .NET Framework
    • Active Server Pages
    • Common Language Runtime
    • SOAP
    • Server-side scripting
    • Active Scripting
    • Dynamic web page
    • Internet Information Services
    • Common Language Infrastructure
    • Common Intermediate Language
    • Software framework
    • Template (software engineering)
    • Session (computer science)
    • Base Class Library
  • References
    • Article Sources and Contributors
    • Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors

Article Licenses

  • License

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ASP.Net for beginner

Workbook for ASP.Net A beginner‘s guide to effective programming course material training (PDF file 265 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction to ASP .Net
  • Creating ASP .Net Web Form
  • Adding code to ASP .Net Web Form
  • Tracing in ASP.Net Web Application
  • Validation User Input
  • Creating User Controls
  • Accessing Relational Data using Visual Studio.NET
  • Managing State
  • Configuring, Optimizing ASP.Net Web Application
  • Securing ASP.Net Web Application
  • Deploying an ASP.Net Web Application

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The Entity Framework and ASP.NET

The Entity Framework and ASP.NET – Getting Started course material and training (PDF file 107 pages)

Table of Contents:

  • Part 1: Overview
  • Part 2: The EntityDataSource Control
  • Part 3: Filtering, Ordering, and Grouping Data
  • Part 4: Working with Related Data
  • Part 5: Working with Related Data, Continued
  • Part 6: Implementing Table-per-Hierarchy Inheritance
  • Part 7: Using Stored Procedures
  • Part 8: Using Dynamic Data Functionality to Format and Validate Data

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Miscellaneous


 

 

Web API Design Intermediate

Web API Design course material, tutorial training, a PDF file by gidgreen.com on 70 slides.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • REST
  • Data formats
  • Security
  • Maintenance
  • Documentation
  • Resources

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Managing and maintaining a CMS website Intermediate

The University Web Content Management System (CMS) is a sophisticated tool for building, managing and maintaining University template-based websites through a single web-based interface

Aims and Learning Objectives

The aim of this document is to provide guidance to University website managers and web content publishers on managing and maintaining a website using the University Content Management System (CMS).

After reading this guide you will be able to:

  • understand how the CMS works;
  • access your website in the CMS;
  • change your CMS preferences;
  • create and/or add new items (e.g. web pages, folders, images, etc);
  • manage items (delete, move, rename, etc);
  • edit web pages using ‘edit-on Pro’;
  • edit, add and order navigation menu links;
  • manage users *;
  • restrict access to folders *.

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* only applicable to users with Site Administrator role

Introduction to T4 Site Manager Intermediate

TERMINAL FOUR Site Manager is the new University of Bristol Web Content Management System (CMS) for public facing websites. PDF file.

Aims and Learning Objectives

The overall aim of this course is to enable you to create and modify content to University standards on the University website using the TERMINALFOUR (T4) Site Manager. By the end of this course you will have gained a working knowledge of Site Manager and, as a

Contributor, you will be able to:

  • add, modify, preview and delete content within existing sections;
  • add and modify content using Site Manager’s Direct Edit mode;
  • resize and optimise images for using on the web;
  • add images and files to Site Manager’s Media Library;
  • format content (including creating links and inserting images) using the built-in visual editor TinyMCE.

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Dreamweaver CS6 Basics Beginner

These tutorials are designed to get you through the basics of making web sites in Dreamweaver with the most flexibility and the least amount of work. PDF file.

These tutorials are designed to get you through the basics of making web sites in Dreamweaver with the most flexibility and the least amount of work. Think of them as supplying you with a toolbox full of tools to start making good websites.

Table of Contents:

  • Making simple pages and links
  • Structure, Images, & Text
  • CSS for Type Formatting
  • CSS for Layout
  • Some Useful Things
  • Reference

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Getting Started with Dreamweaver CS6 Beginner

Getting Started with Dreamweaver CS6 course material, tutorial training, a PDF file on 32 pages.

Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 is the industry leading web development tool for building web sites and applications. It provides a combination of visual layout tools, application development features, and code editing support, enabling developers and designers at every skill level to create visually appealing, standards-based sites and applications quickly and easily. From leading support for Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) design to hand-coding features, Dreamweaver provides the tools professionals need to get the job done. In addition, developers can use Dreamweaver with the server technology of their choice to build powerful Internet applications that connect users to databases, live data feeds, and legacy systems.

Table of Contents:

  • Understand System Requirements
  • Install Dreamweaver
  • Get Started
  • Examine the Dreamweaver Window
  • Create a Web Site
  • Open a Web Site
  • Create a Blank Web Page
  • Create Web Pages from Templates
  • Create a Web Page from a Fluid Grid
  • Layout
  • Create a Web Page from a Sample
  • Save a Web Page
  • Open an Existing Web Page or File
  • Work with Views
  • Switch Between Pages and Views
  • Preview a Web Page
  • Get Help While You Work
  • Get Dreamweaver Updates on the Web

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Tutorial Beginner

Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Tutorial course material and tutorial training, PDF file on 18 pages.

This tutorial focuses on the basic steps involved in creating an attractive, functional website. In using this tutorial you will learn to design a site layout, insert images and text, create links, and how to upload your site to the Internet. This tutorial offers information for Mac and PC users.

Table of Contents:

  • ACTIVATING YOUR WEBSPACE
  • GETTING STARTED
  • CREATING A HOMEPAGE
  • DESIGN AND LAYOUT
  • INSERTING AND USING TABLES
  • ADDING DESIGN ELEMENTS
  • PREVIEWING IN BROWSER
  • CREATING HYPERLINKS
  • INSERTING SPECIAL MEDIA
  • UPLOADING YOUR SITE

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AJAX and JSON Intermediate

Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Tutorial course material and tutorial training, PDF file on 18 pages.

Table of Contents:

  • Quickly introduce AJAX and JSON.
  • Describe the approaches we’ve taken for implementing asynchronous behavior in Blackboard Learn.
  • Share some experiences and lessons we’ve learned in the following areas (Performance, Security, Accessibility)
  • Show “real-life” examples wherever possible from Blackboard Learn.

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J2EE Web Component Development

J2EE Web Component Development course material training and tutorial, PDF file on 155 pages.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • J2EE Introduction
  • Vertical Concepts
  • Servlet
  • JavaServer Pages
  • Filters
  • Horizontal Concepts
  • Exceptions
  • Database Connectivity
  • Security
  • Internationalization
  • Case Study

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An Introduction to Web Design

PDF course material and training tutorial An Introduction to Web Design, document on 20 pages.

Table of Contents:

  • WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION
  • UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD WIDE WEB
  • WEB GUIDELINES
  • THE WEB PROCESS AT SACRAMENTO STATE
  • WEB SITE ORGANIZATION
  • SITE STRUCTURE
  • WORKING WITH IMAGES
  • WEB EDITORS
  • MOVING YOUR FILES TO A WEB SERVER
  • WEB USABILITY
  • RESOURCES

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