Each course consists of screencasts of a trainer doing the programming with detailed instructions guiding you what to do and what not to do. The trainer is walking you through the coding. The teaching is very specific. Nothing is left out. Only what is necessary for actual programming is covered. There is no theory, no history, and only the best reliable methods are taught. Everything taught is demonstrated in an actual program to see how well it works, in each step. Your training will also include webinars hosted by U.S. Web Apps. In addition, you must sign up for server access and tutorial support, which gives you the IDE, which is a programming interface through your browser and tutorial support.

To take full advantage of this course you should also purchase the monthly Server Access / Tutorial Support. This gives you access to the programming IDE (interface) on our server where you can type in your code, with your own space, and tutorial support.

Intro to PHP

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingIntro to PHP The PHP language s processed on the server. When you are programming for a company that means the resources available to you are under control of that company. The resources available on the user’s computer is unimportant to the PHP code you write. This is the power house of Web Applications.

Intro to HTML / CSS

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingIntro to HTML / CSS Everyone has at least heard the term HTML and maybe even CSS. A few will have programmed a little in either or both of these. HTML is the language of the Web mainly managing content and CSS is the language chiefly concerned with styling that content. Together, they are responsible for most of the content you see on websites.

Intro to JQuery

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingIntro to JQuery The JQuery and JQuery UI libraries are shortcuts for Javascript. They allow you to build and interact with user interfaces on websites. When you hear JQuery / JQuery UI think two things: processing the structure of the page and creating interactive user interfaces.

Intro to MySQL

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingIntro to MySQL The MySQL language gives us access to a database. A database is a container that defines the location the data for the program is stored in and defines the data and routines related to it. Storing information from a session in our program in a database allows that information to avoid being destroyed when the program exits or the computer restarts. When you hear MySQL think of long term storage of information. This is also where we start applying Ajax technology to communicate between the Front End and the Back End, but also mysqli in PHP to talk to the database server.

Tools of the Industry

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingTools of the Industry You are introduced to the tools used in Web Application Programming and taught how to use them for this context. It is critical that you set up and become familiar with these tools before we begin with the Applications series I, II, and III. Once you have learned these skills you can add this to your resume/CV.

Applications I

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingApplications I In this module we will bring all of the languages together that we have learned on this level of Language Foundation. We will use all of our powers to practice creating and fixing applications. This course gives you the intensive practice you will need to actually do the job of programming. In this course you start to build a portfolio demonstrating what you can do. This will contribute to the convincing evidence that may lead a company to hire you as a Web Application Programmer.

Applications II

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingApplications II In this module we will bring all of the languages together that we have learned on this level of Language Foundation. We will use all of our powers to practice creating and fixing applications. This course gives you the intensive practice you will need to actually do the job of programming. In this course you start to build a portfolio demonstrating what you can do. This will contribute to the convincing evidence that may lead a company to hire you as a Web Application Programmer.

Applications III

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingApplications III In this module we will bring all of the languages together that we have learned on this level of Language Foundation. We will use all of our powers to practice creating and fixing applications. This course gives you the intensive practice you will need to actually do the job of programming. In this course you start to build a portfolio demonstrating what you can do. This will contribute to the convincing evidence that may lead a company to hire you as a Web Application Programmer.

Jobs

U.S. Web AppsWeb Application ProgrammingJobs You learn about the job market and how to prepare your online Social Profiles, resume/CV, cover letters, and how to conduct yourself in an interview for Web Application Programming. We also introduce you to the life of a programmer and the various avenues for job tracks in Web Application Programming. The JOBS module is included at no extra cost when you pay for the entire Web Application Programming course in full. You can still purchase it separately. You will receive complete occupational focus, orientation, tools, and guidance. You still have to do the task of securing the job, but we help you all the way to that point and some after you have the job as well.