Building a JavaScript Development Environment

Starting a new JavaScript project from scratch is overwhelming. This course provides a playbook outlining the key decisions you need to make. Build a robust development environment that handles bundling, linting, transpiling, testing, and much more.
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Starting a new JavaScript project from scratch is overwhelming. This course provides a playbook outlining the key decisions you need to make. Build a robust development environment that handles bundling, linting, transpiling, testing, and much more.
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Automation
15m 14s
Transpiling
18m 47s
Bundling
30m 24s
Linting
26m 11s
HTTP Calls
44m 22s
Building a JavaScript application from scratch today is overwhelming. You have to make decisions about package management, bundling, linting, transpiling, automated testing, and much more. There are literally over 40 important decisions to consider. This course is a playbook of potential options that provides a clear path through the key decisions. Along the way, we'll build a robust automated development environment from the ground up using ES6. You’ll learn how to set up a reusable development environment that provides a powerful foundation for future projects, that’s tailored just for your team’s needs.

Hi everyone, my name is John Smith , welcome to my course, PHP: Getting Started. I am a PHP programmer at The Mill.

PHP is the world’s most widely used server-side scripting language.

This course is a quick introduction to developing PHP applications, and no prior experience with PHP is required.

Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
1. Basic features of the language syntax
2. Installing PHP, MySQL and a web application service
3. Developing forms
4. Linking to databases and working with data in an application

By the end of the course, you’ll know the basics of PHP programming and be ready to develop applications of your own. From here, continue your learning by diving into PHP frameworks with courses on:
1.Zend
2.Laravel

I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn PHP with the PHP: Getting Started course, at Pluralsight.

Table of Contents
Automation
15m 14s
Transpiling
18m 47s
Bundling
30m 24s
Linting
26m 11s
HTTP Calls
44m 22s
Description
Building a JavaScript application from scratch today is overwhelming. You have to make decisions about package management, bundling, linting, transpiling, automated testing, and much more. There are literally over 40 important decisions to consider. This course is a playbook of potential options that provides a clear path through the key decisions. Along the way, we'll build a robust automated development environment from the ground up using ES6. You’ll learn how to set up a reusable development environment that provides a powerful foundation for future projects, that’s tailored just for your team’s needs.
Transcript

Hi everyone, my name is John Smith , welcome to my course, PHP: Getting Started. I am a PHP programmer at The Mill.<br> <br> PHP is the world’s most widely used server-side scripting language.<br> <br> This course is a quick introduction to developing PHP applications, and no prior experience with PHP is required.<br> <br> Some of the major topics that we will cover include: <br> 1. Basic features of the language syntax<br> 2. Installing PHP, MySQL and a web application service<br> 3. Developing forms<br> 4. Linking to databases and working with data in an application<br> <br> By the end of the course, you’ll know the basics of PHP programming and be ready to develop applications of your own. From here, continue your learning by diving into PHP frameworks with courses on: <br> 1.Zend<br> 2.Laravel<br> <br> I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn PHP with the PHP: Getting Started course, at Pluralsight.

Course info
Level
Beginner
Rating
(128)
Duration
5h 19m
Updated
10 Nov 2016
Course authors

Cory is an independent consultant with over 15 years of experience in software development. He is a Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, and a member of the Telerik developer experts program.

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