CSE 330 Online Textbook - Table of Contents
HTML and CSS Fundamentals
Linux, Apache, and PHP
- Introduction to MySQL (installation)
- MySQL Schema and State (queries)
- PHP and MySQL (using MySQL from PHP)
- Web Application Security, Part 2
Scripting for Rapid Prototyping
Version Control Systems and Web Frameworks
Real-Time Web Applications
Use this wiki as a starting place for your projects in CSE 330. However, web development is a large field, so it is impossible for us to document everything you might need to know. Here are some other places you should look when you need to find something:
- WebPlatform.org, a community-driven source containing documentation and tutorials for Web technologies
- The Web Education Community Group Wiki, also sponsored by the W3C.
- SitePoint, which has a reference page as well as quality articles and tutorials
- Also take a look at this list of productivity tools for web development.
If you can't find what you need in any of these places, try using your favorite search engine. Be wary of sites that come up on search engines. Many HTML reference sites document bad practices and dated techniques. If you're unsure whether a reference site you find is legitimate, ask a TA.
Want to Learn More?
The limited amount of time in CSE 330 means that we can cover only a subset of the wide range of possible topics in the field of rapid prototyping and web development. Indeed, the exact topics covered in CSE 330 change from year to year.
Feel free to browse some of the topics that have previously been covered in CSE 330: CSE 330 Former Content
You should also consider following blogs like SitePoint to keep up-to-date on the latest developments in the field of web development.
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