From simple text content up to rich multi-user applications, the web can do it all. From a few pages about a local business up to huge ecommerce stores carrying millions of products, the web can scale to it. It’s amazing to think how far the web has come in the last couple of decades - and yet its evolution continues apace.
This rapid pace, however, creates its own problems. The best way to do things a year or two ago may feel antiquated by today’s standards, and the hot new frameworks of today will lose their shine in the years to come. To benefit from the latest innovations, you need up-to-date training that helps you get smart fast and avoid pitfalls. Edument’s web development training - authored by our passionate and savvy web developers - is exactly that.
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The web is a great software delivery platform, making your software available to users around the world with zero installation and easily deployed updates. Unfortunately, it also exposes you to an army of adversaries - some human, some bot - who have darker goals: to cause loss to your data or reputation, subvert your resources for their own gain or attack your user base.
There is not enough structure in web development. Everyone has their own coding style, their own object system, and their own MVC framework
So you know and like React, but you'd like to go further and learn it more in depth? If so, then this course is for you!
Take this course to not just learn how the new Angular framework works, but also gain a deep understanding of the thinking that comes with it!
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Priority queues in Java and PythonRead more
How do you talk about a "priority queue", a queue data structure where elemens get to "cut in line" if they're important? In this article, we'll compare the (quite different) answers from Java and Python standard libraries.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 1)Read more
This is a guide for you who want to work with document databases. I describe how I got RavenDB to work on a regular Windows Server 16 virtual machine which in turn runs in the Azure cloud.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 2)Read more
A guide in three parts, this is the second part.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 3)Read more
This is a guide in three parts. In this third part, we show how you import a certificate.