Upcoming Web Programming
Learn a variety of Web Programming Languages at Compuease in our public training classes at our Ottawa training centre. Our Web Programming Languages classes are led by friendly trainers with practical experience in their real-life application.
How many languages do you think are spoken around the world? Did you ever give it a thought? Some professionals say there are over 6,500 of them. Computers are nowhere near as complex as people, but there are still a sizeable number of web programming languages out there.
Our Compuease Web Programming Languages training will enable you to master some of the most important ones, and to keep ahead with those that are standing out in the very forefront of the World Wide Web now and in the foreseeable future.
Our Web Programming Languages training courses will help you:
You can take our Web Programming Languages training classes in our downtown Ottawa training environment. You will have the use of your own in-class computer and have the opportunity to follow along with practical hands-on exercises that really reinforce the skills learned. Here is an overview of some of the languages you can learn in our various classes:
ASP (Active Server Pages) is a proven, well-established language for building dynamic Web applications which provides the power and flexibility you need to create anything from a personal Web-based photo gallery to a complete catalogue and shopping cart system for your next eCommerce project. One common use of ASP programming is to gather data from the user and then display it at another time. For example, you can invite your site visitors to enter their name and then personalize their view of your site by displaying that name on subsequent pages during their visit, as ASP allows their name to be stored and then accessed by other HTML pages. You can also use ASP to design forms that allow users to upload image files to your site; this is especially useful if you’re developing a website for real estate or other products. ASP programming is also particularly useful when your HTML pages, and what they display, involve accessing large databases containing lots of data. In this case, you will really appreciate the benefits of not having to change HTML files when you update the parameters of your databases. ASP programming makes this process simple.
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is possibly the most recognized name in web programming languages. You can use the syntax of HTML to create a document that can be viewed as an Internet webpage. You can use HTML markup tags to surround text in order to define its appearance in a web browser, but it goes far beyond simple text documents. You will learn how to use HTML programming that lets you include video clips, animations, audio, and many other elements to create more interesting, unique and therefore, more popular websites. Once you’ve completed your Compuease HTML Programming Language training, you will be able to create a wide range of different types of web pages.
CSS (Cascade Style Sheets) - Save a lot of work with CSS. This is the ‘language’ that really brings your HTML to life. If you are (or want to be) a Web Designer, then when you take our Compuease CSS training class you will find it so much easier to make your designs a reality with beautiful layouts and backgrounds. When you learn to master the elegance of CSS you will be able to add the beauty and style needed to make your sites shine in today’s Web technology-driven devices. You’ll learn CSS and its syntax, and discover how you can save time by controlling the style and layout of multiple Web pages at once. Take your knowledge of HTML, and then add the spice and flare that comes from your mastering CSS to make your sites more dynamic and delightful.
As the Internet continues to roll beyond desktop and enterprise-based devices and on to mobile devices and more, you need to stay on the edge of the wave. Take our Web Programming Languages training and make yourself invaluable by learning all the skills you need to boost your career and take flight on the World Wide Web.