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Google's flagship web framework leverages the power of TypeScript and RxJS Observables to make building component-driven web applications easy! In this course, we'll start with the core ideas around routing, templates, components and services, and then move on to practical patterns for modular app architecture.
React.js is a component library, which expresses user interfaces in terms of components, properties passed into them, and state they manage internally. Through these encapsulated, expressive and composable building blocks, we can create complex and dynamic interfaces with code that is surprisingly simple and easy to manage.
Most web applications rely on storing their data in a relational database, consisting of tables which are comprised of columns and rows. PostgreSQL, MySQL and SQLite are the most popular and established relational databases, and luckily, they have a LOT in common.
Security is an increasingly important part of building modern web applications, but developers often fall victim to the pressure of tight deadlines. In this course, we'll get hands on both from the attacking and defending standpoint, and learn how to keep the baddies out.
Elixir's combination of modern language features, and a 30-year-old battle-tested foundation at its core, has made it increasingly popular over the past year.
This course provides a strong foundation for writing general-purpose functional code, and is intended for developers already proficient in another language.
In this abbreviated intro course, you'll get a taste for what the Ember.js framework has to offer. We'll focus on two of the most important aspects of building a single page app: routing and components.
By the end of this course, you'll have a sense for what Ember offers, and will understand how it compares & contrasts with React and Angular 2.
A thorough introduction to this opinionated, productivity-oriented web framework, covering all the basics you need to know, in order to get up and running successfully!