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Développement Web
  1. Introduction au langage HTML
  2. Structure d'un document HTML
  3. Mise en forme d’un document HTML
  4. Liens hypertexte
  5. Insertion d’images
  6. Les attributs de la balise BODY
  7. Les tableaux HTML
  8. Les listes HTML
  9. Les Frames HTML
  10. Les formulaires HTML
  11. Les caractères spéciaux HTML
  12. Ressources et références HTML
  13. Exercices HTML avec correction
  1. Introduction au langage CSS
  2. Propriétés d'un sélecteur
  3. La propriété Text CSS
  4. La propriété background CSS
  5. La propriété Font CSS
  6. La propriété border CSS
  7. Propriétés margin et padding
  8. Propriétés Height & Width
  9. Class et les ID CSS

Javascript Basique
  1. Introduction au langage Javascript
  2. Variables, fonctions et operateurs Javascript
  3. Les structures de contrôle et les boucles Javascript
  4. Les événements Javascript
  5. Le modèle Objet du Javascript
  6. L'objet array Javascript
Framework JQuery
  1. Introduction au Framework jQuery
  2. Premier pas avec le framework jQuery
  3. Les Sélecteurs jQuery
  1. Introduction au langage PHP
  2. Premier programme php
  3. Variables et Fonctions php
  4. Opérateurs arithmétiques et logiques
  5. Les structures de contrôle en php
  6. Les tableaux en php
  7. Control des formulaires en php
  8. Upload des fichiers en php
  9. Gestion des dossiers et des fichiers en php
  10. Colorisation syntaxique en php
  11. Cookies php
  12. Les variables globales php
  13. Sessions php
  14. Les variables php d’environnement
  15. Les classes et la poo php
  16. La librairie php_gd2 des images
  17. Lecture d’un fichier xml en php
  18. Les expressions régulières en php
  19. Moteurs de template php : smarty et fast temp…
  1. Introduction au Framework PHP Laravel
  • Installation Laravel 8 & premier projet
    1. Langage MySql
    2. Introduction au langage MySql
    3. Installation du Serveur MySql
    4. Manipulation des bases de donnée MySql
    5. Manipulation desTables MySql
    6. Insértion de données MySql
    1. Installation Wordpress
    2. Modification du theme Wordpress
    3. Installation d'un plugin
    4. Gestion des catégories
    5. Gestion des articles
    6. Gestion des menus Wordpress
    7. Gestion des pages
    8. Gestion des Plugins
    9. Gestion des Widgets
    10. Gestion des Médias
    11. Gestion des commentaires
    12. Création formulaire de contact
    13. Outil Importation & exportation
    14. Gestion des extensions
    15. Réglage et paramètres
    1. Introduction à Joomla
    2. Installation Joomla
    3. Architecture de Joomla
    Bases de données
    TICE & Multimédia
    Math Pour Informatiques
    UserOnline
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    The Java language is an object-oriented computer programming language created by Sun Microsystems at SunWorld. Sun was then purchased in 2009 by Oracle, which now owns and maintains Java. The main objective of Java is that the software written in this language is portable on several operating systems such as UNIX, Windows, Mac OS or GNU / Linux, with little or no modifications. For this, various platforms and associated frameworks aim to guide, if not guarantee, this portability of applications developed in Java.

     

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    Java TutorialPoint TutorialPoint Java is a high-level programming language originally developed by Sun Microsystems and released in 1995. Java runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX. This tutorial gives a complete understanding of Java. This reference will take you through simple and practical approaches while learning Java Programming language.
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     Beginning Java Objects  JACQUIE BARKER There have been similar discontinuities in the way in which the  Java Development Kit ( JDK ) has been referred to. The JDK is the software “bundle” used by developers to build Java applications and consisting of •  The Java Virtual Machine (JVM)  •  The Java compiler ( javac ) •  The Java Archive ( jar ) utility •  The Java documentation ( javadoc ) utility etc. These discontinuities in naming are, in part, due to the fact that as of version 1.2 of the Java language, three Java “platforms” emerged: • Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) : A pared-down version of Java ideally suited to programming consumer electronic devices such as mobile phones, pagers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), etc. • Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) : The fundamental (and original) Java language and run time, used in building desktop applications such as we’ll be building for the SRS in Part 3 of this book. J2SE also serves as the foundation for the  Enterprise Edition of Java (J2EE). • Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) : A set of component technologies used with J2SE to build multitier enterprise-level application

     

     

     

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