Fundamentals of Web Development

Fundamentals of Web Development

Randy Connolly, Ricardo Hoar

Language: English

Pages: 1024

ISBN: 0133407152

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Fundamentals of Web Development covers the broad range of topics required for modern web development (both client- and server-side) and is appropriate for students who have taken a CS1 course sequence.

The book guides students through the creation of enterprise-quality websites using current development frameworks, its comprehensive coverage of a modern internet development platform¿includes HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, and the LAMP stack (that is, Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP). Other important technologies covered include jQuery, XML, WordPress, Bootstrap, and a variety of third-party APIs that include Facebook, Twitter, and Google and Bing Maps. Coverage also includes the required ACM web development topics in a modern manner closely aligned with best practices in the real world¿of web development.

Teaching and Learning Experience
Help students master the fundamentals of web development:¿A true grasp of web development requires an understanding of both the foundations of the web and current web development practices.
Support learning outcomes in various teaching scenarios:¿This book allows instructors to chart their own unique way through the topics that make up contemporary web development.

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