WEB101

Course: WEB101 First Step to modern web: HTML5, CSS3
As part of the TUG Night School ‘First Step” program, this class provides elementary, introductory, face-to-face, instructor-led, hands-on tutorials and seminars that provide an introduction to popular open systems products. This class specifically focusses on web pages and HTML. This is a necessity and underpinning for any web application. The newest standards which are covered include HTML5 and CSS3.
Target Audience: The class aimed to programmers with little or no web experience who would like to develop small to medium sized web projects. It is an ideal start for developers with procedural programming skills such as RPG who want to engage in web development.
If you are tired of just listening about the Web and are determined to learn more, this class is a perfect First Step.

Prerequisites: None.

Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion the students will understand:

  • WWW mechanics role of Browser, HTTP Server and HTML
  • Objectives of HTML XHTML, HTML5
  • Key tags: head, title, body, p, div, strong, em, a, img
  • Managing Lists and tables
  • HTML 5
  • New HTML 5 elements
  • Drawing with the Canvas
  • New web form controls
  • Integrating audio and video without using plugins
  • HTML5 storage options
  • CSS3
  • CSS3 Selectors
  • Working with shadows and Gradients
  • Rounding Corners
  • Text Effects
  • 2D/3D animations
  • Introduction to PHP

Instructor: Larry Petropoulos
Larry Petropoulos Larry has been in the telecommunications industry for the last 13 years. He is also a freelance developer and consultant who specializes in all things ‘Web’. He loves sharing his knowledge of PHP, MySQL, Linux, HTML, CSS, and Javascript frameworks with anyone who is willing to listen!
When not at his 9-5 job or consulting, he is actively trying to learn something new. He is currently working on mastering the Perl and Python programming languages.
Larry is an active member of the web development community and a popular Night School instructor who specializes in instroductory classes.

WEB101 Course information:

Date Location Time
Mon Sept 10 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T3074 7:00 – 9:00
Mon Sept 17 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T3074 7:00 – 9:00
Mon Sept 24 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T3074 7:00 – 9:00
Mon Oct 1 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T3074 7:00 – 9:00
Session 2    
Thu Oct 25 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T2107 7:00 – 9:00
Thu Nov 1 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T2107 7:00 – 9:00
Thu Nov 8 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T2107 7:00 – 9:00
Thu Nov 15 York University TEL Building (Seneca@York) Room T2107 7:00 – 9:00

Fee: $325
Registration: For registration, visit the Toronto users Group for IBM Systems site at www.tug.ca
Materials: Students will be provided logins to utilize workstations in the labs. The class materials including lectures and code samples will be available via www. Students will be able to use Seneca equipment and also install AMP environment on their laptops to conduct experimentation on their clients.

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