Web development / Intermediate to Advance
- Πρόγραμμα: Web development
- Ηλικία: 18+
- Διάρκεια: 12 hours 6 sessions X 2 hours each
- Γλώσσα: Αγγλικά / Ελληνικά / Αραβικά
By learning HTML & CSS to PHP & MySQL and, finally, CMS, students acquire fundamental industry skills. However the primary goal is not to teach students how to follow instructions but present students with the tools to facilitate problem-solving so that they can achieve independence and think beyond the browser window.
In todays world a lot of developers seek to develop their own web server and be independent in hosting their websites without the need of an Internet Service Provider, thus having a full autonomy in the way they run their hosting services.
In this course we will learn how to develop our own server and expanded to a full blown and expandable web server to house hundreds of websites. Using the very advance security and network distribution from Amazon.
Users do need to have some knowledge of HTML and web site development, and some basic network skills.
Intermediate to Advance
- Creating an account in Amazon AWS
- Select a plans the right subscription plan that matches your needs
- Create your own instant virtual server in amazon
- Install WordPress/ Plesk/ nodeJS etc.
- Construct rules for your firewall
- Set the records in the DNS – Root53
- Develop your WP site
- Using editors
- Advance Plugins
One to one server development is available
To start off, students are introduced to the major programming languages and web design tools. Starting with HTML, which, of course, isn’t so much a programming language as it is a language for creating websites. HTML is used to build a website’s skeleton which is later moulded and customized with the help of CSS. By the end of the first level, TUMOians design their very own static website that’s about 5-6-pages long.
While already knowing how to create static sites, students in level two tackle dynamic websites. The content of a dynamic page can be easily edited through a web application, which in this case, TUMOians will also design. To accomplish all of this, students incorporate PHP and MySQL languages into their arsenal of web design tools and create either a whole new website or choose to revamp the one they created in level one.
After learning about dynamic sites, teens move on to WordPress, an open-source web design application based on PHP and MySQL. TUMOians freely code and design WordPress templates. During the workshops, students acquire the knowledge necessary to continue working independently and develop their professional skills.