Servers & Networking
All applications need to run on some sort of device. Servers and networks are the blinking lights that allow everything to talk together and serve our applications.
Love it or hate it, WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system. It powers over 30% of the web.
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DevOps is a coined term for people who want to automate “development operations”. This includes Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD). This field is an automated approach to deploying new code with high confidence that things will not break (hopefully, haha).
HTML/CSS is the code responsible for all page structure and design in web development. You can write it all yourself or use frameworks like TailwindCSS, Bootstrap, etc. to help you get started.
Laravel is a very popular open-source PHP framework that gives you powerful tools to build an application “backend” that communicates with your database.
Building a product is only half the battle. Managing the business side of things is the other headache. If you are stuck or don’t know how to get started, ask in here!
Unraid is a popular NAS server operating system used in many home-labs. If you want to get started learning servers, building an Unraid server is a great way to get started.
Capacitor is an open-source framework for compiling web applications into “hybrid-native” desktop and mobile apps.
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