Web Development Training Courses

Web Development Training

Web Development courses

Client Testimonials

HTTP Web Server (Nginx, Apache, JBoss)

All of the topics were really interesting for me and the trainers experience was great as they shared some relevant cases based on their experience. Also they were extremely helpful with our team when problems in the exercise arise.

Adal Alom - Nagra Media UK Ltd

Design Patterns in PHP

The interaction and enthusiasm he had about the training.

Richard Burgos - Speednet Communications LTD

Design Patterns in PHP

The New content I learned

Victor Cayetano - Speednet Communications LTD

Design Patterns in PHP

the exercise

Jason Wu - Speednet Communications LTD

Design Patterns in PHP

I like the support of the trainer and the topics. I came in with a mindset thinking this will be nothing new that I haven't done. But I was surprised of what all I have learned throughout this course. Thank you

Jorgen Ordonez - Speednet Communications LTD

Web Development with Symfony3

I like the Doctrine concept in Symfony taken by the trainer. The trainer is more energetic and make the sessions more interactive. I think it is a great capability of the trainer

Kumaran Chandran - U Software Systems India Pvt Ltd

Web Development with Symfony3

I liked the trainer's communication & knowledge in Symfony 3 and associated technologies. He had taken enough effort to teach and demonstrate with some examples in the respective topics. I can say my symfony knowledge and confidence level is gone up after this training.

Hari Kumar - U Software Systems India Pvt Ltd

Web Development with Symfony3

Industry hitting Technology

Sripal Sri - U Software Systems India Pvt Ltd

Web Development with Symfony3

Abhinav did an excellent job! Within four days he covered all the important concepts that are used in REAL software development. I am so thankful have him as our trainer!

Vijay Joseph - U Software Systems India Pvt Ltd

Web Development with Symfony3

the way of delivering speech

Bhaskar naidu Reddy - U Software Systems India Pvt Ltd

Web Development with Web2Py

As I was the only participant the training could be adapted to my needs.

Kevin THIERRY - CIT Lao Co., LTD

React: Build highly-interactive web applications

I like how the course was structured and presented in a basic to advance style

Kolapo Abolarinwa - Slimming World

React: Build highly-interactive web applications

Lots of practical, hands on examples

Jay Smith - Slimming World


Web Development Course Outlines

Code Name Duration Overview
symfony3webdev Web Development with Symfony3 28 hours Object Oriented Programming Classes and objects Properties and methods Constructor and destructor methods Class inheritance Attributes and methods scopes (visibility) Error handling with exceptions Namespaces Introducing the Symfony famework Introducing the Symfony framework and its ecosystem Installing the Symfony « Standard Edition Distribution » Discovering the Symfony project architecture (application, bundles, libraries, bundles etc.) Understanding the HTTP request processing workflow Understanding the concept of environment (development, production and testing) Introducing the coding and files naming conventions Discovering the concept of a « Bundle » Debugging the Code Getting help from the « Web Debug Toolbar » Introspecting the recorded logs Profiling HTTP requests thanks to the « Web Profiler » application Spotting problems thanks to explicit errors and exceptions stack traces Using the Debug and VarDumper components features Configuring the application Comparing the supported built-in configuration format: XML, YAML and PHP Configuring the application thanks to global parameters Configuration application’s routes and URLs with annotations Overriding the configuration defined by a built-in or third-party « bundle » Generating Contents for the End User Introducing the Twig templates engine Comparing Twig and raw PHP templating strategies Accessing global variables from Twig templates (request, session, user) Using tags, filters and function to generate and format contents in a Twig template Making templates truly extensible thanks to the template inheritance feature Splitting templates into smaller templates chunks to avoid code duplications Rendering a Symfony controller from within a Twig template Generating URLs based on the application’s routes configuration Rendering Symfony forms with custom Twig view helpers Developping Controller and Analyzing the Request Designing a controller class with its action methods Mapping URL patterns to Symfony controllers thanks to annotations Generating raw responses and Twig templates based responses Accessing client’s information from the Request object Reading and writing session data Reading and writing cookies data Triggering a 404 error page when the resource is not found Triggering an internal redirect to another controller to avoid code duplications Redirecting the user to another page Interacting with the End User thanks to Forms Discovering the « Form » component Designing and processing simple web forms Adding validation constraints on submitted form fields’ data Prototyping the form rendering thanks to Twig view helpers Gathering the form submitted data and processing them Sending the form validated and filtered data by e-mail to some recipient Internationalizing and Localizing the User Interface Discovering the « Translation » component Changing the default user’s locale Defining custom abstract translation keys in Twig templates Dealing with dynamic translations including pluralized sentences Dependency Injection and Service Container Understanding the dependency injection principle Getting started with the Symfony service container Listing all built-in Symfony services thanks to the command line tools Registering new custom business services in the dependency injection container Accessing a registered service from the service container Creating and accessing global configuration parameters from the container Contracting a Quality Insurance with Automated Tests Discovering the PHPUnit tests automation framework Understanding the goals of automating tests (unit and functional tests) Configuring an automated tests suite Designing and executing a unit tests suite Designing and executing a functional tests suite Generating code coverage reports Interacting with the End User and Forms Designing and processing web forms Automating form rendering with Twig view helpers Customizing form rendering with built-in and custom Twig form themes Configuring form field types as services Applying built-in validation constraint rules on submitted data Applying custom validation constraint rules on submitted data Contextualizing the data validation thanks to validation groups Restricting Access to Secured Areas of the Application Getting started with authentication and authorization principles Securing some application’s pages thanks to a form based authentication strategy Implementing the Security Guard sub component to handle authentication Setting up an access control policy based on user’s roles Testing user’s permissions from a controller and a Twig template Registering custom authorization rules thanks to the security « voters » Improving Application Performances with HTTP Caching and ESI Getting started with the HTTP caching workflows Discovering the different kind of cache systems Comparing the expiration and validation cache strategies Applying expiration and validation cache constraints to generated web pages Caching page fragments thanks to the ESI technology (« Edge Side Includes ») Installing and configuring the Symfony’s built-in reverse-proxy cache Querying a Relational Database System with Doctrine Discovering the basics of the Doctrine ORM Understanding the concepts of « entities » and « repositories » Automating PHP classes and SQL queries code generation with Doctrine Persisting data to the database thanks to the Doctrine ORM entity manager Fetching data back from the database thanks to Doctrine Building and executing custom SQL queries thanks to the Doctrine Query Builder object
springboot Spring Boot: Rapidly build Spring-based web applications 14 hours Spring Boot is a Java-based web application development framework that favors convention over configuration. Spring Boot allows developers to create stand-alone, production-grade applications that "just run", typically on an embedded instance of Tomcat, Jetty, or Undertow. Spring Boot's "opinionated view" of the Spring platform and third-party libraries allows for minimum-fuss application development that requires very little configuration. These Spring Boot applications require no code generation or XML configuration. They feature integrated health monitoring, simplified Maven configuration, and a host of other features that make building, deploying, and running Spring applications relatively straightforward. In this training, participants learn the key features and architecture of Spring Boot, its relationship to the underlying Spring framework, and how it compares to other Spring-based frameworks. Particpants get ample opportunity to test usage scenarios, discuss and receive feedback as they step through live, hands-on exercises on defining, configuring and deploying Spring applications. By the end of the course participants will have the necessary knowledge and practice to rapidly deploy their own Spring application. Audience     Java web application developers Format of the course      Heavy emphasis on hands-on practice. Most of the concepts are learned through samples, exercises and hands-on development. Introduction      Spring Framework: from 2002 to now      Spring Boot: building on top of the Spring framework Spring Boot architecture and fundamentals Overview of MVC Initializing your project in Eclipse Using Groovy to script Spring Boot Using Spring Boot CLI Building and deploying an application Using templates to serve up dynamic HTML Running Spring Boot application starters Accessing data with Spring Data Configuring Spring Boot properties Spring Boot metrics and health checks Securing your application with Spring Security Authentication and authorization Interacting with a JMS broker Closing remarks
ISAM1 ISTQB CTFL 21 hours ISTQB CFTL 70% theory + 30% practice SW testing fundamentals  Testing throughout the life cycle  Static techniques  Test design techniques  Test management  Tool support for testing
behave Behave: BDD with Python (Cucumber/Gherkin for Python) 7 hours Behave is an open-source, Python-based BDD framework for writing tests in a natural language style. BDD, or Behavior Driven Development, is an agile software development technique that encourages collaboration among developers, QA and non-technical business people in a software project. This training begins with a discussion of BDD and how the Behave framework can be used to carry out BDD testing for web applications. Participants are given ample opportunity to interact with the instructor and peers while implementing the concepts and tactics learned in this hands-on, practice-based lab environment. By the end of this training, participants will have a firm understanding of BDD and Behave, as well as the necessary practice to implement these techniques and tools in real-world test scenarios. Audience      Testers and Developers Format of the course      Heavy emphasis on hands-on practice. Most of the concepts are learned through samples, exercises and hands-on development. Introduction     Business Driven Development (BDD) and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)     BDD as a collaboration tool for software engineers, test engineers and business people Defining your project requirements Setting up your environment for web application testing Gherkin: writing your stories in a user-friendly language The anatomy of the Feature file Writing your first feature Writing scenarios for your feature Writing step definitions Passing parameters to Steps Creating scenario outlines to pass multiple arguments Sharing data between steps Organizing features and scenarios with tags Setup and teardown Closing remarks
drupal7adm1 Administering a Drupal 7 Website 7 hours This course is for people who are completely new to Drupal 7. It will lead you through the basics of running a simple community website with Drupal, where things are and what to expect. An Introduction to Drupal 7 What is Drupal? The building blocks Where things live Managing Users User settings Creating, deleting and editing users Roles and access Managing Content Creating and editing content types Workflow options Creating, editing and deleting content Searching content Using blocks Ordering Content Drupal taxonomy overview Creating a directory Free tagging The Drupal menu system Friendly URLs and managing URL aliases Troubleshooting Reading the logs Watchdog Going offline for maintenance Paths and Redirections Creating path aliases (manually and automatically) Paths and SEO Redirections Changing URL and redirecting users to new one path
ProgApp Progressive applications 14 hours Audience web developers app developers Format of the course 30% lectures, 60% labs, 10% tests Convergence of web and mobile Reasons for developing progressive applications speed and performance (compared to websites) security offline capabilities push notifications improved bounce rates app-like feel and functionality bypassing of App Stores Enabling your website (requirements) secure HTTPS connection JSON Manifest Service Worker Building your first app Using Service Workers to enable your app to work offline Caching data Serving push notifications Updating content Data manipulation Event listeners and commands Customizing responses to network requests depending on whether online/offline status Data persistence and messaging Accessing Cache API, Fetch API, IndexedDB API, postMessage(), etc. Increasing user engagement through Notification API Using cached assets in your application Configuring Web App Manifest Adding the app to the Home Screen Application shell architecture UI considerations
springcloud Spring Cloud: Building microservices with Spring Cloud 14 hours Spring Cloud builds on Spring Boot to enable the development of distributed systems and microservices. In this training we start with a discussion of microservice architecture. Participant knowledge is put to the test through exercises and the step-by-step development of sample microservices. By the end of this training participants will have a solid understanding of how to use Spring Cloud and related Spring technologies to rapidly develop cloud-scale, cloud-ready microservices. Audience     Java developers wishing to rapidly build and deploy microservices Format of the course       Heavy emphasis on hands-on practice. Most of the concepts are learned through samples, exercises and hands-on development. Introduction     Microservice architecture, PaaS, and cloud-native design Overview of Spring Cloud sub-projects     Config Server & Bus, Eureka, Ribbon, Feign, and Hystrix Overview of Spring Boot Setting up your development environment Creating a Spring Boot application Centralized, versioned configuration management with Spring Cloud Config Dynamic configuration updates with Spring Cloud Bus Service discovery with Eureka Load balancing with Ribbon Applying circuit breakers with Hystrix Declarative REST clients with Feign Working with API Gateway Securing your microservices Tracing microservices to uncover latencies Troubleshooting Closing remarks
html5intro Introduction to HTML 5 14 hours Introduction Background Audience Scope History Design notes HTML vs XHTML Structure of this specification A quick introduction to HTML Conformance requirements for authors Recommended reading Common infrastructure Terminology Conformance requirements Case-sensitivity and string comparison UTF-8 Common microsyntaxes URLs Fetching resources Common DOM interfaces Namespaces Semantics, structure, and APIs of HTML documents Documents Elements APIs in HTML documents Interactions with XPath and XSLT Dynamic markup insertion The elements of HTML The root element Document metadata Scripting Sections Grouping content Text-level semantics Edits Embedded content Tabular data Forms Interactive elements Links Common idioms without dedicated elements Matching HTML elements using selectors Loading Web pages Browsing contexts The Window object Origin Session history and navigation Browsing the Web Offline Web applications Web application APIs Scripting Base64 utility methods Timers User prompts System state and capabilities: the Navigator object User interaction The hidden attribute Activation Focus Assigning keyboard shortcuts The contenteditable attribute Spelling and grammar checking Drag and drop Editing APIs The HTML syntax Writing HTML documents Parsing HTML documents Serializing HTML fragments Parsing HTML fragments Named character references The XHTML syntax Writing XHTML documents Parsing XHTML documents Serializing XHTML fragments Parsing XHTML fragments Rendering Introduction The CSS user agent style sheet and presentational hints Replaced elements Bindings Frames and framesets Interactive media Print media Obsolete features Obsolete but conforming features Non-conforming features Requirements for implementations IANA considerations text/html text/html-sandboxed application/xhtml+xml text/cache-manifest
ThinkPHP Getting started with ThinkPHP 21 hours Audience Developers Format of the course Heavy emphasis on hands-on practice. Most of the concepts are learned through samples, exercises and hands-on development.   ThinkPHP is a fast and simple PHP Object-Oriented MVC framework with support for UTF-8, plugins, role-based-control-access (RBCA), a template control engine and multi-databases. Introduction to ThinkPHP Object-oriention in ThinkPHP Installing ThinkPHP Model-View-Control in ThinkPHP ThinkPHP Controller ThinkPHP Model ThinkPHP View Working with templates Authentication and role-based-access Database access in ThinkPHP Plugins in ThinkPHP
reactvr React VR: Creating Virtual Reality apps with Javascript 7 hours React VR is a framework that lets you build VR apps using only JavaScript. It combines modern APIs like WebGL and WebVR with the declarative power of React, producing 360 experiences that can be consumed through a web browser on a variety of devices. In this instructor-led training, participants will have extensive opportunity for hands-on practice in developing VR applications. Through interactive discussions and project-based exercises, participants will steadily build their sample VR apps. By the end of this course, participants will have gained the knowledge and practice to build their own production version of a VR app to publish online. Audience     Web developers     Game developers     Hobbyists looking to develop their first VR app Format of the course     Part lecture, part discussion, heavy hands-on practice Introduction Overview of React VR concepts Installing Node.js Creating your first project Configuring your project Controlling component through props and state Setting the layout and style in your app 3D Coordinates and Transforms Handling input events Rendering fonts and text in VR Viewing your project on a mobile phone Dealing with local storage Grabbing information from the web to use in your VR application Other React VR components Using other APIs available in React VR Publishing Your Project Closing remarks
2794 HTTP Web Server (Nginx, Apache, JBoss) 28 hours Section 1: Nginx (Day 1 duration 1.5 Days) Module 1: Installing Nginx and Third-Party Modules Installing Nginx using a package manager Configuring for web  Configure the options to specify paths Table: HTTP configure options Enabling various modules Table: HTTP module configure options Disabling unused modules Table: Disable configure options Installing third-party modules Module 2: A Configuration Guide The basic configuration format Nginx global configuration parameters Table: Global configuration directives Using include files The HTTP server section Client directives, File I/O directives, Hash directives, Socket directives The virtual server section Configuring Locations – where, when, and how Module 3: Nginx as a Reverse Proxy The proxy module Proxy module directives The upstream module: Keepalive connections and Load-balancing algorithms Types of upstream servers: Single upstream server, Multiple upstream servers, Non-HTTP upstream servers How to handle upstream problems Module 4: Reverse Proxy Advanced Topics Introduction to Security Encrypting traffic with SSL Authenticating clients using SSL Blocking traffic based on originating IP address Isolating application components for scalability Reverse proxy performance tuning: Buffering, Caching, Compressing             Module 5. The Nginx HTTP Server HTTP server directives HTTP logging directives HTTP file-path directives Name resolution directives HTTP client interaction directives HTTP limits directives HTTP access module directives HTTP streaming directives Module 6. Nginx Load Balancing About Load Balancing Setting up the environment Using the Upstream Module Using the right directives (Weight, Hash, Max Fails, etc.) Testing your configuration Module 7: Troubleshooting Techniques Analyzing log files Configuring advanced logging Common configuration errors Performance problems Using the Stub Status module Section 2: Apache (Day 2 duration 1 day) Module 1. Installation Installing Apache Apache starting, stopping and Apache restarting Apache uninstalling  Finding Apache’s files location Module 2. Adding Common Modules Installing a Generic installation modules Installing Unix mod_dav Installing mod_perl Installing Unix mod_php  Installing mod_ssl SSL (Secure Socket Layers) Finding Modules Using modules.apache.org Installing mod_security Module 3. Logging Getting more logs entries and Details Logs rotating Module 4. Virtual Hosts Setting Up Name-Based Virtual Hosts Setting Up address-based virtual hosts Module 5. Aliases, Redirecting, and Rewriting Mapping a URL to a Directory Creating a New URL for Existing Content Giving URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) users having own URLs Users Their Own URLs Redirecting to another location Redirecting Several URLs to the same Destination Rewriting elements between path and query string Turning URL Segments into query arguments Module 6. SSL Installing SSL Generating self-signed SSL certificates  Generating a trusted CA Serving a portion of site via SSL Authenticating with Client certificates Module 7. Dynamic Content Enabling a CGI Directory Enabling CGI Scripts in Non-ScriptAliased Directories Specifying a Default Document in a CGI Directory Enabling and using WebDAV Complex Configurations and the security Issues with WebDAV Section 3: Java Virtual Machine (Day 3 duration 0.5 days) Tuning the Java Virtual Machine Choosing the JVM settings Sizing the garbage collector generations Where to configure JVM settings When you cannot allocate enough memory for the JVM The correct amount of memory to grant your application Setting the correct heap size The correct ratio between the young and old generations The garbage collector algorithms Choosing the right garbage collector for your application The G1 garbage collector Debugging garbage collection Making good use of the memory Handling 'Out of Memory' errors Finding the memory leak in your code Section 4: Java Web Introduction to Java Web technologies What is a Servlet and when to use Introduction to JSP Servlet versus JSP What is a JavaBean Introduction to JEE The role of EJB (Session Beans, Entity Beans, MDB Beans) in an enterprise application The MVC pattern - The role of the Model - The role of the View - The role of the Controller Section 5: Multimedia content and HTML 5 HTML 5 Audio and Video elements Different streaming protocols - Internet Protocol television (IPTV) - HTTP Live Streaming  Server implementations The role of OTT streaming Section 6: JBoss (Day 4 duration 1 day) Module 1: Installing Core Components Installing the Java environment Installing JBoss AS Application server features Creating a custom server configuration Module 2: Customizing JBoss AS Services How to monitor JBoss AS services JBoss AS thread pool Configuring logging services Configuring the connection to the database Configuring the transaction service Module 3. Deploying EJB 3 Session Beans Developing Enterprise JavaBeans Configuring the EJB container Module 4: Deploying a Web Application Developing web layout Configuring JBoss Web Server Module 5: Deploying Applications with JBoss Messaging Service The new JBoss Messaging system Developing JMS applications Advanced JBoss Messaging Module 6: Managing JBoss AS Introducing Java Management Extension JBoss AS Administration Console Managing applications Administering resources Module 7. JBoss Drools - Introduction Getting the software Installing the BRMS/Guvnor Installing the Drools plug-in Module 8. Using the Guvnor General Navigation Administration (Rules, Packages, Deployment) Building a Guided Rules with the Guvnor From Guvnor to JBoss IDE Testing your Rules
react React: Build highly-interactive web applications 21 hours React is an open source Javascript library that can be used to create interactive web and mobile applications. It is often compared to MVC frameworks such as Angular, Ember and Backbone, however, React is distinct in its focus on the UI of the application (the View in MVC). Its unique approach to rendering highly interactive UIs is both powerful and liberating and has led to React's popularity. In this training we demonstrate React's power and flexibility, compare it to alternative frameworks, and walk participants step-by-step through the creation of their own application. By the end of this course, participants will have a solid understanding of React's design philosophy and be in a position to decide when and where it makes sense to use React and when to rethink the conventional MVC model. With an emphasis on hands-on practice and the completion of a real application, this training will be invaluable to web application developers wishing to use React to boost their productivity and value. Audience Front-end developers Web developers Javascript programmers Format of the course Overview of React's features and capabilities along with step-by-step development of a web application. Introduction Design principles behind React Setting up your development environment How components work in React The component life cycle Building your first component Handling state in React Defining your components' parent/child relationships Event handling and conditional rendering Container vs Presentational Components Testing your React web application Integrating React with other frameworks and plugins Bringing it all together -- your own app Closing remarks  
webpack Webpack: A modular approach to web application development 7 hours Webpack is a JavaScript module bundler that enables developers to apply a modular approach to building large, single-page web applications. A powerful and important modern front-end development tool, Webpack is the go-to solution for getting all of your CSS and JavaScript files to act as one. Webpack plays well with front-end workflows such as Babel, ReactJS, and CommonJS.  In this training, participants will learn how to transform, bundle, and process JavaScript modules and other web assets with Webpack. The principles of modular web application development and its practical implementation are learned through discussion and live, hands-on practice. By the end of the training, participants will have a thorough understanding of Webpack's features and capabilities, as well as the practice needed to implement Webpack into their own front-end development workflow. Audience     Front-end developers     Web developers     Javascript programmers Format of the course     Part lecture, part discussion, heavy hands-on practice Introduction     Why Webpack?     The modern front-end workflow Installing Webpack Running a basic Webpack build Defining the webpack.config file Expanding the config file Working with Webpack loaders, preloaders and plugins Creating a start script Implementing React with Webpack Processing CSS, HTML and images with Webpack     Loading CSS     Transpiling Sass     Loading images     Processing HTML Code splitting with Webpack Setting up a Webpack server Closing remarks
jsadv JavaScript - Advanced Programming 14 hours The training is designed for JavaScript developers, designing and implementing advanced Internet applications. Topics discussed during the training aimed at bringing best practices in JavaScript programming and highlight the most common mistakes. An important point of the training is to discuss the available object-oriented programming with JavaScript syntax. JavaScript - object orientation Creating classes and objects The most important pre-defined objects Prototyping and constructors Encapsulation polymorphism Inheritance Aggregation Design Patterns Singleton Factory Observer Factory Decorator Strategy Advanced JavaScript programming patterns Self-timer features Create an alias objects Namespaces module Pattern Switching Libraries "on demand" Basics of designing your own library AJAX Fundamentals of asynchronous communication The XMLHttpRequest object JSON And server response error handling JSONP
apacheflex Getting started with Apache Flex 14 hours Apache Flex is a free, open source framework for building interactive web applications that work across different operating systems, devices, and browsers. In this course, participants will learn how to get started with Apache Flex by building a real-world web application. Audience Web developers / web programmers Designers wishing to become programmers Format of the course Course will be hands-on and tasked-based Introduction Flex SDK, Flex Builder and Flex Data Services The MVC framework in Flex Introduction to MXML and Action script Creating your first a User Interface (UI) Setting up your IDE for productivity Adding controls and containers Using styles and themes to define your visual design Handling events in Flex Understanding event flow Event handlers and classes Programming with ActionScript Object Oriented Programming with ActionScript Defining and extending classes Defining and connecting to data services Sending and retrieving data to and from remote sources Validating data Integrating with server backends Java™, Spring, Hibernate, PHP, Ruby, .NET, Adobe ColdFusion, SAP Using REST, SOAP, JSON, JMS, and AMF Testing your application Working with the automation testing framework Compiling your application Compiling MXML (layout) with ActionScript files to output your SWF application Publishing your application Taking your application to the desktop with Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) Closing remarks  
dsgpatphp Design Patterns in PHP 14 hours The course will cover the design patterns with particular emphasis on patterns used in PHP. Introduction to Design Patterns What is a design pattern Elements of pattern Advantages and disadvantages of using patterns GoF Design Patterns Patterns creative Builder Factory (Abstract Factory, Factory Method) Prototype Singleton Structural patterns Delegator Interface Facade Composite Immutable Adapter Decorator Proxy Behavioral patterns Command Template method Observer Chain of responsibility (oraz Intercepting Filter) Observer (2 version) Strategy Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture Web MVC - Model View Controller HMVC, MVP Inversion of Control Dependency Injection Container Active Record The concept of entity and Repositories Decomposition of the system Examples of component-based Symfony 2 and Zend Framework 2
WebAssembly Beyond Javascript: build fast, lean websites with WebAssembly 21 hours For the last 20 years, Javascript has been the de-facto standard for in-browser, client-side scripting. WebAssembly represents a new direction. Built into the browser, this binary format will allow developers to compile and execute code written in any language from within the browser. WebAssembly is portable, small and efficient. It enables fast loading times and can run on existing Javascript platforms by translating its binary code to asm.js. More importantly, WebAssembly paves the way for executing newer, more intensive applications such as virtual reality and high-end gaming, to name a few, from within browser. In this course, we cover the evolution of web programming, the state of things today, and what can be done with the advent and release of WebAssembly. The course will be both explanatory and practical, providing the essential theory and walking participants through the creation of their own WebAssembly program.  Audience Web developers C and C++ developers Format of the course Course will be hands-on and tasked-based C and C++ will be used for exercises Introduction: From Javascript to asm.js to WebAssembly Antomy of a WebAssembly "program" Representing byte code with Abstract Syntax Trees (AST) Writing your first WebAssembly module Compiling a program to WebAssembly WebAssembly tooling: Editors, Compilers, and Debuggers Future applications for WebAssembly Closing remarks
css3int Introduction to CSS3 7 hours The course provides an introduction to the latest standard CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). We will present new elements of style sheets, providing greater opportunities for formatting and the current level of support for standard browsers. Introduction to CSS What is CSS CSS capabilities and applications CSS history CSS3 new CSS3 standard elements support from different browsers media selectors pseudo classes / components text - styling, effects, use of web fonts color, transparency, gradient background images and Decoration transformations animation distribution management (columns, box layout, template layout) Future extension of CSS3
typescript Typescript 7 hours TypeScript is an open source language for building enterprise Javascript applications. It is a strict superset of JavaScript that compiles to plain Javascript and brings static typing and object-oriented development to the language. Audience     Web application developers / programmers Format of the course     This course introduces TypeScript's key features and walks participants through the construction of a real-life JavaScript application. Introduction Installing TypeScript Preparing a TypeScript project Understanding Typing, Variables, and Functions Working with Classes and Interfaces Organizing your code with Namespaces Reusing code through Modules Compiling, testing and running TypeScript Debugging TypeScript Launching your application Closing remarks  
mean1 Building Web Apps using the MEAN stack 35 hours Course Objective: MEAN stack is a full-stack JavaScript solution that helps you write scalable, robust, and maintainable web applications quickly and easily using MongoDB, express, AngularJS, and Node.js. By the end of this hands-on intensive training course, the students will be able to: Store the data in NoSQL, document-oriented MongoDB database that brings performance and scalability. Use Node.js, the server-side platform built on Google V8’s runtime for building fast, scalable network applications. Use Express, a simple yet powerful web application development HTTP server framework built on top of Node.js. Use AngularJS framework that offers declarative, two-way data binding for web applications. Take advantage of the ‘full-stack JavaScript’ paradigm i.e. store documents in JSON-like format in MongoDB, author JSON queries in Node.js/Express.js, and forward these JSON documents back to an Angular-based frontend. Get acquainted with the latest web application development trends in the IT industry. Node.js Getting started with Node.js Node Package Manager Modules Asynchronous Programming Callbacks Events Streams Web Sockets Angular.js Angular Architecture Modules, Controllers and Scope Views Two-way Binding Built-in and Custom Directives Event Directives Expressions Built-in and Custom Filters Understanding the Digest Loop Forms and Validation AngularJS Service Types Factories, Providers, Decorators, DI Creating Custom Services Consuming Ajax Web Services via $http and $resource Routing, Redirects, and Promises Express.js MVC Pattern Introduction to Express Routing HTTP Interaction Handling Form Data Handling Query Parameters Cookies and Sessions User Authentication Error Handling Creating and Consuming RESTful Services Using Templates MongoDB Understanding NoSQL MongoDB Finding Documents Update, Insert, and Upsert Indexing Data Modeling Aggregation
advancedcakephp Advanced CakePHP 21 hours This course is designed to help intermediary CakePHP developers access the more advanced features of CakePHP. Through explanations and guided practice, participants will be able to implement better features, stability, security and extensibility into their existing and future CakePHP projects. Audience     CakePHP developers looking to further their knowledge and development skills Format of the course     Overview of CakePHP's advanced features together with step-by-step development of a sample application. Introduction     Model, View, Layer -- beyond the basics Working with View Templates Advanced Routing Authentication and Access Control Advanced Search and Pagination Exposing APIs with CakePHP The Events System Working with the Shell Working with MySQL Working with Javascript Unit Testing your application Protecting your application against attacks Customizing your application's behavior Styling your CakePHP application with Boostrap  
DrupalRespDesign Drupal Responsive Design 7 hours Explains how to create responsive and adaptive design using Drupal. Usually we use most stable version of Drupal and Drupal modules. This course tries to use Drupal modules to limit the amount of CSS or Javascript code which need to be to be written. Responsive Design Pricinples Adaptive Design Principles Understanding breakpoints Overview of existing Drupal themes Making menus responsive and adaptive Scaling Images Making Views responsive Making Panel responsive Responsive Drupal Forms
cucumber Cucumber: Implementing Behavior Driven Development (BDD) with Cucumber 14 hours Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) is an Agile methodolgy aimed at improving the communication and collaboration among Software Developers, Quality Assurance / Testers, Business Analysts, and other parties involved in a project. Cucumber is an open-source “story-based” framework written in Ruby. It enables Behavior Driven Development (BDD) by allowing for the creation of tests that are understandable by technical as well as non-technical people such as business stakeholders.   This course walks participants through real-life cases for Behavior Driven Development (BDD) and demonstrates hands-on how to implement Cucumber in various test scenarios. Audience     Testers and Developers Format of the course     The course includes a discussion of Behavior Driven Development (BDD) and how Cucumber can be used to carry out BDD testing in various contexts such as web application testing. Participants will be walked through the writing of their own user stories, test cases and executable test code. Introduction Installing and configuring Cucumber Business Driven Development (BDD) and Acceptance test–driven development (ATDD) Involving the business analysts in your organization Defining your project requirements The testing ecosystem (IDEs, programming languages, testing frameworks and build libraries) Setting up a web application testing system Gherkin: writing your stories in a user-friendly language Writing features Writing scenarios Writing step definitions Organizing features and scenarios with tagging Working with hooks Working with databases An overview of the Ruby ecosystem Web-based test automation with Capybara Refactoring Cucumber Using Cucumber with Selenium Generating reports Emerging trends Conclusion
sass01 Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets - Sass 14 hours Very Short Intro CSS limitations Less vs Sass Community and improvment CSS Extensions Nested Rules Referencing Parent Selectors: & Nested Properties Placeholder Selectors: %foo SassScript Interactive Shell Variables: $ Data Types Operations Parentheses Functions Interpolation: #{} & in SassScript Variable Defaults: !default @-Rules and Directives @import @media @extend @at-root @debug @warn @error Control Directives & Expressions if() @if @for @each @while Mixin Directives Defining a Mixin: @mixin Including a Mixin: @include Arguments Passing Content Blocks to a Mixin Function Directives Output Style :nested :expanded :compact :compressed Extending Sass Defining Custom Sass Functions Cache Stores Custom Importers  
cakephp CakePHP: Rapid web application development 28 hours This course teaches PHP developers how to build functional web applications using the popular CakePHP MVC web development framework. The course covers beginning principles and approaches, then moves into advanced topics that help enhance the behavior, flexibility and security of an application. Discussions are interactive and the learning is practical and hands-on. Audience     Web developers wishing to develop better web applications more rapidly Format of the course     Overview of CakePHP features and capabilities together with step-by-step development of a sample application. Introduction     Why CakePHP? Understanding MVC (Model View Controller) Installing CakePHP Creating your first CakePHP application Controller: Controlling the logic flow in your CakePHP application Model: Modeling your data in CakePHP ORM (Object Relational Mapping): Mapping table relationships View: Creating the user interface for your CakePHP application Baking your CakePHP application Setting up user authentication Creating and using components Adding SEO functionality Optimizing your application Debugging your application Data validation Error and exception handling Unit testing your code Customizing the View to improve the user experience Configuring Helpers in the presentation layer Adding support for I18N (internationalization) and L10N (localization) Implementing Javascript and Ajax features Tracking application changes with the Events System Enhancing the Model using Behaviors Changing your database scheme using the Migrations plug-in Routing in CakePHP Creating your own APIs for REST, authentication, etc. Caching and optimization Deploying your web application Migrating existing websites to CakePHP Closing remarks
WordPress WordPress 21 hours Audience: This course is general and can be attended by anyone. Most precisely, this course is attended by people who are interested in developing a website without any coding /programming skills.Installing WordPress Hosting options Sandbox Server Setting Your Directory Permissions Getting Around WordPress Dashboard Posts, Pages, Tags, Media, and More: Content Administration Tapping into the Core Settings for Your Blog Other Settings Configuring WordPress Choosing the Right Settings for Your Blog Moderating Comments and Comment Spam Managing Additional Authors on Your Blog Caching and Other Tune-Ups WordPress.com Notes How WordPress.com Is Different Than WordPress.org WordPress.com and WordPress.org: Complementary Differences Creating Your Account Setting Up Different Blogs Becoming Familiar with the WordPress.com Dashboard Getting Your Settings Right for WordPress.com Picking the Right Theme for Your Blog Configuring Sidebar Widgets on Your Blog When to Add WordPress.com Upgrades to Your Blog Organizing the Content on Your Blog Understanding Posts Versus Pages Organize Your Posts with Categories Connect Your Posts Together with Tags Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies Adding a Blogroll of Links to Your Blog Creating and Managing Content with WordPress Hands On with the Editors Hands on with the New Image Editor in Detail Adding Media to Your Blog and Posts Plugins Finding and Using Plugins Finding Plugins Installing Plugins Quickly and Easily Upgrading Plugins Recommended Plugins Themes Understanding the Structure of WordPress Themes Finding Themes and Choosing the Right One for Your Blog Installing Themes on Your Blog Configuring Extra Features on Themes Configuring Widgets Editing a Themes to Make it Your Own Using Theme Frameworks and Parent-Child Themes Theme Best Practices WordPress.com Notes Maintaining WordPress Updating and Upgrading WordPress Updating Plugins and Themes Database Maintenance for WordPress Users WP-DBManager
reactnative React Native: Rapidly develop native iOS and Android apps with Javascript 21 hours React Native is an open-source, cross-platform development framework for building mobile apps. Developed by Facebook, it enables developers to create a native look-and-feel experience for their apps on both Android and iOS. Unlike other cross-platform mobile development tools such as PhoneGap, React Native generates fully-native application UIs. No HTML5 UIs. React Native provides a consistent developer experience based on JavaScript and the React (aka React.js or ReactJS) library and enables true rapid mobile development by focusing on developer efficiency across all platforms -- learn once, write anywhere. In this course, participants learn the principles and approach behind React Native as they take on the development of their own mobile application for Android and iOS. Audience         Mobile application developers Format of the course     Overview of React Native features and capabilities along with step-by-step development of a mobile application. Introduction to React Native     React Native vs React     React Native vs PhoneGap, Titanium, etc. React Native developer tools Setting up DevTools Building your first application Working with Components Working with Styles Using platform APIs Fetch API and networking Using Redux for state management Working with Modules Architecting for multiple platforms Testing your application Debugging your application Optimizing the performance of your application Deploying your application to the iOS App Store Deploying your Android application
django Web Development with Django 21 hours Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Audience This course is directed at developers and engineers seeking to incorporate Django in their projects   Getting Started Installation Intro to Django Object-relational mapper URLs and views Templates Forms Developmental process Authentication Admin Internationalization Security Tutorial Requests and responses Models and the admin site Views and templates Forms and generic views Testing Static files  Customizing the admin site Advanced Tutorials How to write reusable apps Writing your first patch for Django
meteor Meteor: Use JavaScript to develop cross-platform mobile applications 14 hours Meteor (aka MeteorJS) is an open-source JavaScript web framework written in Node.js. It integrates with MongoDB and enables rapid prototyping of Android and iOS applications. This course introduces the fundamentals of Meteor and walks participants through the creation of a real-time web applications for both desktop and mobile platforms. Audience     Front-end developers     Anyone interested in learning Meteor Format of the course     Overview of Meteor's features and capabilities along with step-by-step development of a mobile application for iOS and Android. Introduction to Meteor JavaScript Installing Meteor Meteor architecture Overview of MongoDB Creating a Meteor application Meteor's project file structure Creating a Template and Collections Working with Forms and Events Sessions and Trackers in Meteor Working with the the Core API Working with HTTP, Email, Assets Creating a database in Meteor Building database collections Sorting the data in Meteor Building a user accounts system Creating packages in Meteor Deploying your application
btstrp Bootstrap for Web Developers 14 hours Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. Audience This course is directed at web developers seeking to utilize Bootstrap in their projects. Getting Started Precompiled Source Code Compiling CSS and Javascript Installing Grunt Available Grunt commands Troubleshooting Basic template and Components Basic Template Bootstrap Theme Grids Jumbotron Narrow Jumbotron Navbars Custom Components Experiments Tools Bootlint Disabling Responsiveness Browser and Device support and compatibility Accessibility Components Glyphicons Dropdowns Button groups Button dropdowns Input groups Navs Navbar Breadcrumbs Pagination Labels Badges Jumbotron Page header Thumbnails Alerts Progress bars Media object List group Panels Responsive embed Wells CSS Overview Grid system Typography Code Tables Forms Buttons Images Helper classes Responsive utilities Using Less Using Sass Javascript Overview Transitions Modal Dropdown Scrollspy Tab Tooltip Popover Alert Button Collapse Carousel Affix  
angular4 Angular 4: Create single-page applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript 14 hours Angular 4 (previous versions commonly referred to as Angular 2, Angular.js, AngularJS, etc.) is a JavaScript-based open-source front-end web application framework for developing single-page applications. Angular 4 boasts better performance over its predecessor, more APIs to tap into, and improved support for mobile devices in terms of responsiveness of design and layout. This course introduces the fundamentals of Angular 4 and walks participants through the creation of a single-page web application. Audience     Web application developers Format of the course     Overview of Angular 4's features and capabilities along with step-by-step development of a web application. Introduction New features in Angular 4 Overview of ECMAScript 6 (ES6) and TypeScript Understanding template syntax and forms Building with Components Angular 4 services Building reactivity into your applications Dependency injection Loading data via HTTP Angular 4 modules Routing in Angular 4 Data flow and state management Validation directives and pipes Unit testing Angular coding and architecture best practices Conclusion
web2py Web Development with Web2Py 28 hours web2py is a python based free open source full-stack framework for rapid development of fast, scalable, secure and portable database-driven web-based applications. Audience This course is directed at Engineers and Developers using web2py as a framework for web development   Getting Started Setup web2py Web2py Overview Startup Simple Examples Admin App Admin The core Command Line Options Workflow Dispatching Libraries Applications API Accessing API from Python Modules request response session cache URL HTTP and Redirection Internationalization Application Init URL rewrite Running tasks in the background web2py scheduler Third party modules Execution environment Cooperation Logging WSGI The views Basic Syntax HTML helpers Built-in helpers Custom Helpers BEAUTIFY Server-side DOM and parsing Page Layout Functions in views Blocks in views The database abstraction layer Dependencies The DAL: A quick tour Using the DAL "stand-alone" DAL constructor Table constructor Field Constructor Migrations Fixing broken migrations Migration control summary insert commit and rollback Raw SQL drop Indexes Legacy databases and keyed tables Distributed transaction More on uploads Query, Set, Rows select Other methods Computed Fields Virtual Fields One to many relations Many to Many list: and contains other operators Generating raw sql Exporting and importing data Caching selects Self-Reference and aliases Advanced features Gotchas Forms and validators FORM SQLFORM Other types of forms CRUD Custom Forms Validators Widgets SQLFORM.grid and SQLFORM.smartgrid grid and smartgrid access control smartgrid plurals Emails and SMS Setting up email Sending emails Sending SMS messages Using the template system to generate messages Sending messages using a background task Reading and managing email boxes (Experimental) Access Control Authentication Authorization Central Authentication Service Services Rendering a dictionary Remote procedure calls Low level API and other recipes Restful web services Services and Authentication jQuery and Ajax web2py_ajax.html jQuery effects The Ajax function Components and Plugins Components, LOAD and Ajax Plugins Deployement Recipes Deployment: development and production Deployment recipes: Infrastructure Other Recipes Upgrading How to distribute your applications as binaries Developing with IDEs: WingIDE, Rad2Py, Eclipse and PyCharm SQLDesigner Publishing a folder Functional testing Building a minimalist web2py Fetching an external URL Pretty dates Geocoding Pagination httpserver.log and the Log File Format Populating database with dummy data Accepting credit card payments Dropbox API Streaming virtual files
laravel Laravel: Build rapid and elegant web applications with the Laravel PHP Framework 14 hours Laravel is an open-source PHP-based MVC (model–view–controller) web development framework. Laravel's features include a modular packaging system with a dedicated dependency manager, different ways for accessing relational databases, utilities that aid in application deployment and maintenance, and syntactic sugar. Laravel has been called the "PHP Framework for Web Artisans" This course introduces the fundamentals of Laravel and walks participants through the creation of a Laravel-based web application. Audience     Web application developers Format of the course     Overview of Laravel's features and capabilities along with step-by-step development of a web application. Introduction Overview of Laravel's MVC architecture Installing and setting up Laravel Setting up your development environment Creating a Laravel page Working with Laravel code Creating a Laravel application Routing and Controllers Handling Requests and Responses Working with the database Authenticating users Laravel services Testing your Laravel application Debugging tools and techniques Deploying your Laravel application Closing remarks
owasp Web Security with the OWASP testing framework 28 hours The Open Web Application Security Project is an online community which creates freely-available articles, methodologies, documentation, tools, and technologies in the field of web application security. OWASP offers testing frameworks and tools for identifying vulnerabilities in web applications and services Audience This course is directed at Developers, Engineers and Architects seeking to secure their web apps and services Web Security overview Top 10 2013 Mobile Top 10 2016 2016 Top 10 Proactive Controls OWASP Testing Introduction The OWASP Testing Project Principles of Testing Testing Techniques Explained Deriving Security Test Requirements Security Tests Integrated in Development and Testing Workflows Security Test Data Analysis and Reporting The OWASP Testing Framework Overview Phase 1: Before Development Begins Phase 2: During Definition and Design Phase 3: During Development Phase 4: During Deployment Phase 5: Maintenance and Operations A Typical SDLC Testing Workflow Web Application Security Testing Introduction and Objectives Testing Checklist Information Gathering Conduct Search Engine Discovery and Reconnaissance for Information Leakage (OTG-INFO-001) Fingerprint Web Server (OTG-INFO-002) Review Webserver Metafiles for Information Leakage (OTG-INFO-003) Enumerate Applications on Webserver (OTG-INFO-004) Review Webpage Comments and Metadata for Information Leakage (OTG-INFO-005) Identify application entry points (OTG-INFO-006) Map execution paths through application (OTG-INFO-007) Fingerprint Web Application Framework (OTG-INFO-008) Fingerprint Web Application (OTG-INFO-009) Map Application Architecture (OTG-INFO-010) Configuration and Deployment Management Testing Test Network/Infrastructure Configuration (OTG-CONFIG-001) Test Application Platform Configuration (OTG-CONFIG-002) Test File Extensions Handling for Sensitive Information (OTG-CONFIG-003) Review Old, Backup and Unreferenced Files for Sensitive Information (OTG-CONFIG-004) Enumerate Infrastructure and Application Admin Interfaces (OTG-CONFIG-005) Test HTTP Methods (OTG-CONFIG-006) Test HTTP Strict Transport Security (OTG-CONFIG-007) Test RIA cross domain policy (OTG-CONFIG-008) Identity Management Testing Test Role Definitions (OTG-IDENT-001) Test User Registration Process (OTG-IDENT-002 Test Account Provisioning Process (OTG-IDENT-003) Testing for Account Enumeration and Guessable User Account (OTG-IDENT-004) Testing for Weak or unenforced username policy (OTG-IDENT-005) Authentication Testing Testing for Credentials Transported over an Encrypted Channel (OTG-AUTHN-001) Testing for default credentials (OTG-AUTHN-002) Testing for Weak lock out mechanism (OTG-AUTHN-003) Testing for bypassing authentication schema (OTG-AUTHN-004) Test remember password functionality (OTG-AUTHN-005) Testing for Browser cache weakness (OTG-AUTHN-006) Testing for Weak password policy (OTG-AUTHN-007) Testing for Weak security question/answer (OTG-AUTHN-008) Testing for weak password change or reset functionalities (OTG-AUTHN-009) Testing for Weaker authentication in alternative channel (OTG-AUTHN-010) Authorization Testing Testing Directory traversal/file include (OTG-AUTHZ-001) Testing for bypassing authorization schema (OTG-AUTHZ-002) Testing for Privilege Escalation (OTG-AUTHZ-003) Testing for Insecure Direct Object References (OTG-AUTHZ-004) Session Management Testing Testing for Bypassing Session Management Schema (OTG-SESS-001) Testing for Cookies attributes (OTG-SESS-002) Testing for Session Fixation (OTG-SESS-003) Testing for Exposed Session Variables (OTG-SESS-004) Testing for Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) (OTG-SESS-005) Testing for logout functionality (OTG-SESS-006) Test Session Timeout (OTG-SESS-007) Testing for Session puzzling (OTG-SESS-008) Input Validation Testing Testing for Reflected Cross Site Scripting (OTG-INPVAL-001) Testing for Stored Cross Site Scripting (OTG-INPVAL-002) Testing for HTTP Verb Tampering (OTG-INPVAL-003) Testing for HTTP Parameter pollution (OTG-INPVAL-004) Testing for SQL Injection (OTG-INPVAL-005) Testing for LDAP Injection (OTG-INPVAL-006) Testing for ORM Injection (OTG-INPVAL-007) Testing for XML Injection (OTG-INPVAL-008) Testing for SSI Injection (OTG-INPVAL-009) Testing for XPath Injection (OTG-INPVAL-010) IMAP/SMTP Injection (OTG-INPVAL-011) Testing for Code Injection (OTG-INPVAL-012) Testing for Local File Inclusion Testing for Remote File Inclusion Testing for Command Injection (OTG-INPVAL-013) Testing for Buffer overflow (OTG-INPVAL-014) Testing for Heap overflow Testing for Stack overflow Testing for Format string Testing for incubated vulnerabilities (OTG-INPVAL-015) Testing for HTTP Splitting/Smuggling (OTG-INPVAL-016 Testing for Error Handling Analysis of Error Codes (OTG-ERR-001) Analysis of Stack Traces (OTG-ERR-002) Testing for weak Cryptography Testing for Weak SSL/TLS Ciphers, Insufficient Transport Layer Protection (OTG-CRYPST-001) Testing for Padding Oracle (OTG-CRYPST-002) Testing for Sensitive information sent via unencrypted channels (OTG-CRYPST-003) Business Logic Testing Test Business Logic Data Validation (OTG-BUSLOGIC-001) Test Ability to Forge Requests (OTG-BUSLOGIC-002) Test Integrity Checks (OTG-BUSLOGIC-003) Test for Process Timing (OTG-BUSLOGIC-004) Test Number of Times a Function Can be Used Limits (OTG-BUSLOGIC-005) Testing for the Circumvention of Work Flows (OTG-BUSLOGIC-006) Test Defenses Against Application Mis-use (OTG-BUSLOGIC-007) Test Upload of Unexpected File Types (OTG-BUSLOGIC-008) Test Upload of Malicious Files (OTG-BUSLOGIC-009) Client side Testing Testing for DOM based Cross Site Scripting (OTG-CLIENT-001) Testing for JavaScript Execution (OTG-CLIENT-002) Testing for HTML Injection (OTG-CLIENT-003) Testing for Client Side URL Redirect (OTG-CLIENT-004) Testing for CSS Injection (OTG-CLIENT-005) Testing for Client Side Resource Manipulation (OTG-CLIENT-006) Test Cross Origin Resource Sharing (OTG-CLIENT-007) Testing for Cross Site Flashing (OTG-CLIENT-008) Testing for Clickjacking (OTG-CLIENT-009) Testing WebSockets (OTG-CLIENT-010) Test Web Messaging (OTG-CLIENT-011) Test Local Storage (OTG-CLIENT-012) Report Executive Summary Test Parameters Findings
grav Grav: Creating websites with a flat-file, no-database CMS 7 hours Grav is an open-source, flat-file CMS (content management system). It comes with a powerful Package Management System to allow for simple installation and upgrading. Grav's underlying architecture uses well-established and best-in-class technologies to ensure that Grav is simple to use and easy to extend. As Grav is a flat file CMS, no database is required; this makes setting up a new site a very smooth process. This training introduces the fundamentals of Grav CMS and walks participants through the creation of a Grav-based website. By the end of this training, participants will have the knowledge and practice to deploy their own Grav website. Audience     Web application developers Format of the course     This training has a heavy emphasis on hands-on practice. Most of the concepts are discovered through samples, exercises and hands-on development. Introduction     Grav vs Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal Setting Up Grav CMS Using the Admin Panel Using the Grav CMS CLI Creating web content in Grav CMS Working with Grav CMS templates Creating essential theme files Working with CSS Setting Up a Blog Working with the post template Creating a modular home page in Grav CMS Obtaining themes and skeletons from GetGrav.org Debugging and logging Adding plugins and themes Working with Blueprints Migrating from Wordpress Updating Grav CMS Performance and caching Troubleshooting Contributing to the Grav CMS project Closing remarks

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