This project-based course will involve building a real web application using BackboneJS, a framework designed to help you organize code in the browser and manage complex behaviours. We'll be using a simple key/value store, MongoDB and a very lightweight web backend (Ruby Sinatra). This is an advanced video series and it assumes an understanding of jQuery, and server side web development. The second video in the series touches on how to get going quickly.
In this course, Jen Kramer shows how to use Joomla! to build a website from scratch—all without a single line of code. Discover how to create and organize content, add menus and sidebars, change the look of the site with templates, control who creates and edits content, and much more. The course also shows you how to evaluate the quality of extensions, plugins, and templates and how to download and install them. Finally, Jen emphasizes the importance of backing up your Joomla! site, and explains how to create and store those backups.
In this course, author Joe Marini uses the jQuery Mobile framework to create visually rich, interactive web pages for mobile devices. The course examines the construction of jQuery Mobile pages, showing how to build page transitions, dialogs, buttons, and toolbars. The course also delves into generating mobile-optimized web forms and list views and explains how jQuery Mobile handles events, including touch gestures and changes in device orientation.
jQuery Mobile is one of the fastest and most popular ways to build web applications for smartphones and tablets. This course covers the major workflow elements of creating mobile applications with jQuery Mobile, starting with a basic app using components, themes, and dialogs. Author Ray Villalobos also shows how to make your project dynamic and acquire data from other WordPress sites using the WordPress JSON plug-in. Plus, discover how to extend your application through theming, custom icons, and data feeds from services such as ThemeRoller and the YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter APIs.