Jun
18
2012

Web Development from Scratch

In this new series, aimed at newcomers, I’m going to teach you, from scratch, how to work with the necessary technologies to build web pages.

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  • you obviously don’t know anything about web design 😀

  • Please make a play list of your videos for the easy navigation for readers.

  • As long as you don’t have any creative abilities, you should enjoy web design. Otherwise, don’t do it. There is absolutely nothing creative about it. It’s cold mathematics and ruthless logic.

  • very informative video 

  • Notepad++ is good. Emacs and vim I think work on windows and Mac as well I think. I also wanted to point out that I would describe an IDE as a collection of integrated software – an editor, a revision control system, a project manager. Pretty much a complex application to do many functions which normally would be done by separate applications. Because of that it hides a lot of important features. I prefer not to use IDE esp. if it’s something which is going to be my livelihood.

  • Side note if you don’t want to pay for your products( I wold recommend you do tho to help out companies) ….just go on the piratebay (Y)

  • great tutorial, and great voice! 🙂

  • Is ‘Intype’ considered a good program to use for PC?

  • Very much helpful.Thanks for making these great videos.I am a beginner in this area.

  • Very insightful.
    I might build my own site or use a site like Mybusybiz

  • Another image editor is Corel Paint Shop Pro, which is less expensive than Photoshop. What do you think of that product?

  • haha, that dumb rat in notepad++ is always making it look bad, it looks hilarious to me.

  • love your voice and way you explains jeffery !
    i must say
    ” you born to teach us with awesome voice and awesome skills”

  • I rocomend Komodo Edit. It’s free and you can find it for Mac, Windows and Linux.

  • Thanks a lot for sharing knowledge. 🙂

  • And where is Coda?!

  • You afraid that newbies can’t handle Vim?

  • Great Series! :)

  • This series seams absolutely amazing! I love how its going to be free 🙂

  • How come you didn’t mention Coda for mac? I love Coda. I live inside of Coda 🙂

  • could you tell me if this from scratch series will go on for another month?

  • Well this will be perfect for her. I’m going to cover every single detail. 🙂

  • Thanks!