If you want to build applications for mobile devices, desktop computers, or the web, you need to know Java. This course provides the foundation for learning Java SE (Standard Edition), so you can build your first apps or start exploring the language on your own. Author David Gassner shows how to install Java and the IntelliJ IDEA IDE, and start working with variables, data types, keywords, and other critical language components. He also helps you control program flow with conditional logic and loops, store data with the Java Collections Framework, and understand how Java implements object-oriented coding principles such as inheritance and polymorphism.
Follow along as Chris creates an elearning project from start to finish with Camtasia Studio's tools. Discover how to add animation, PowerPoint slideshows, quizzes, and other effects that boost the interactivity and visual interest of your screencasts. The final chapter shows how to incorporate your Camtasia projects into an overall teaching strategy.
In Ruby on Rails 3 Essential Training, instructor Kevin Skoglund shows how to create full-featured, object-oriented web applications with the latest version of the popular, open-source Ruby on Rails framework. This course explains the complete process—from the fundamental concepts and best practices behind the Rails framework, to how to build a complete application with dynamic, database-driven content. Using a content management system as an example project, this course explains how to structure databases, build database-driven, object-oriented models, route incoming requests, render pages with dynamic content, and to process and validate form data. Previous experience with Ruby is recommended, but not required.