What you'll learn
- Sending Data through AJAX to the server
- Learn jQuery basics
- Create jQuery events
- Create AJAX filters
- Create jQuery animations and effects
- Add Events from Database into FullCalendar jQuery Plugin automatically
- Append data to web page with no refresh
- Use bootstrap classes for forms and tables
- You should be familiar with databases and PHP
- Download notepad++ or Sublime text 2
- Download wampserver
Then, we will learn jQuery basics, and how to use jQuery plugins like fullcalendar
At the final section, this course teach junior web developers, or programming enthusiasts, how to send data through jQuery and AJAX, to server and make change in data, with no need to refresh the page.
To start this course, you should download wampserver, and sublime text 2, or you can use your preferred editor.
We are not going to learn how AJAX works using XML requests and responses. Our main goal is to send data with no page reload or refresh.
If you want to add interactivity and simplicity, to your web application, using AJAX, and reduce your bandwidth consumption, this course might be for you.
At the end, you will learn how to create AJAX filters, to get data according to specific criteria.
Who this course is for:
- This jQuery course is meant to be for newbies in jQuery and AJAX
- If you know how to send data through ajax and append them, don't take this course
- This course is for web developers who need a quick refresher of jQuery and AJAX
- This course is for students who wants to make search filters like eCommerce websites
- If you don't know how to work dynamically with fullCalendar Plugin, this course might be for you
I am an Electrical, Telecommunications and IT engineer graduate with a Master degree since 2013, with experience in designing software and web apps for telecommunication purposes, designing household electrical schematics and designing electrical panels. I have an advanced experience programming industrial microprocessors PLC. And now I am an Udemy Premium Instructor.