South of Shasta offers both on-site and remote training classes for a number of IT and Software Development topics.
- Converting Legacy CFML to a Modern MVC Framework
Do you maintain legacy ColdFusion applications, perhaps written with old procedural-style code? Have you been told you should be using a Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework but don't really understand how that works? Does the idea of rewriting the entire application seem like an impossible task? What if you could instead revamp your code in phases, without having to do it all at once?
- Angular.js Fundamentals
- HTML5 Fundamentals
HTML5 is the definitive standard for building things on the web. Whether it’s a mobile app, website, hybrid app, or an Internet Of Things device — if it runs on the internet, it uses HTML5. In this class we’ll start at the very beginning, showing you how to build your very first web page, the basics, and semantics that go into using HTML5. We’ll build a variety of projects and cover topics such as using audio and video; properly structuring your web pages, using graphics, forms, and tables among other features.
- Intermediate HTML5
Have you built a few basic web pages but aren’t sure where to go next? Real-world websites often include dozes of different features, and they all have to work on desktop and mobile devices. In this you will learn advanced HTML5 and CSS3 features to gain more control over your layouts and how to implement responsive websites that work on both desktop and mobile devices.
- HTML5 / CSS3
HTML5 is quickly becoming the standard way to build websites (for both desktop and mobile). There are new tags, new attributes, simpler ways to do things and more new features available in the browser than ever before. Effects like rounded corners and animations used to require third-party technology; now they are built in to the browser via HTML5. And that's just the tip of the iceberg!
- Node.js Fundamentals
- SQL Scripting
Whether you're a web developer using PHP/ColdFusion/Java, or an analyst looking for better reports out of your database, understanding SQL Scripting is an invaluable tool. This class goes through the basics of what is a database (and how it differs from a spreadsheet like Excel), how data is organized, and then expands into the different basic tools available in SQL for building reports. We'll also cover joining data together, adding, updating and deleting records, and a few other tricks as well!