Who is this class for: Students who would like to learn more about web application development; specifically HTML, CSS, and using PHP/MySQL environments like XAMPP or MAMP


Created by:  University of Michigan

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LevelIntermediate
Commitment8-10 hours per week
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English
Hardware ReqThe typical student will use a laptop or desktop computer running MacOX, Windows, or Linux.
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 27 ratings

I love this course. The lectures are great, and Dr. Chuck shows us the history background of web making which makes us see the bigger picture and understand the logic better. The assignments are awesome, some are a little challenging but not too hard to complete. Can't wait to go through the rest of the courses of this series.

I always stayed away from php for the exact reasons he mentioned most people do in the beginning of the course. However, I needed to connect the dots between front end and server side and this is a great way to do it. Furthermore, learning a bit of php is beneficial regardless of whether you make it your primary language or not. I just wish he would relax on the sloppy penmanship and explain things a little bit clearer. You are a great gift to the programming community, for your python and now php/sql course. Thank you!

Professor, you are awesome!!!

Very good for people with basic knowledge of programing languages (Python is recomended) and close do no knowledge on HTML, CSS and Web Applications