These 12 short intro videos cover the 5 areas of the full stack web app from front-end through server side programming language.
HTML: HyperText Markup Language to identify or "markup" content.
CSS: Cascading Style Sheets to style and layout content.
Server-Side Language: To collect form data to store in a database or to query a database to create dynamic web page content.
Database: Relational database modeling to organize and structure data.
SQL: Structured Query Language to select, append, update, and delete data from a relational database.
Front End + Back End = Full Stack
In this screencast will summarize the 5 major technologies in the full stack and give you some tips on how to approach your computer science education to maximize your money, minimize your investment of time, and build the foundational skills needed to start a very lucrative career as a web app developer! by Lisa Friedrichsen All of her youtubes can be found at: http://students.jccc.edu/lisalfri (I have, so far, only watched the 'Logical Approach' video mentioned above.)
Free online courses I have found usefull
(In alphabetical order not neccesarily in the order you should take them.)
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