How the Internet Works & the Web Development Process


How the Internet Works & the Web Development Process
.MP4 | Video: 1280×720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 449 MB
Duration: 37 mins | Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn how the Internet Works – HTTP/HTTPS, Mail Delivery (SMTP), LAN, WAN, Network Basics & Firewalls.

How the Internet Facilities the movement of Data Packets

The Basics of the HTTP and HTTPS Protocols

Learn how the Internet Works – HTTP/HTTPS, Mail Delivery (SMTP), LAN, WAN, Network Basics & Firewalls.
What you’ll learn
How the Internet Facilities the movement of Data Packets
The Difference between Local and Wide Area Networks (LAN, WAN)
The Basics of the HTTP and HTTPS Protocols
How DNS Lookups Work
How Email Exchange works using SMTP and IMAP
How Network Ports and Firewalls Work
The difference between Hardware and Software Firewalls
An Overview of the Web Development Process
How to Plan the Development of a Small Website
Requirements
Basic Computer Skills
Description
This course explores how the internet works, including the composition and transmission of data packets over both Local and Wide Area Networks. We take a look at the HTTP and HTTPS protocols as applicable to client and server side communications – including DNS Lookups. This course will also teach students how email exchange works over SMTP and IMAP. The role of Network Ports and Firewalls are also introduced.
The course comes complete with two bonus sections which offer a quick guide for aspiring Web Developers. Here we offer a brief overview of the Web Development Process and Basic insights into the planning stages of a small website.
Who this course is for:
Apiring Web Developers
Web Enthusiasts interested in Learning how the Internet Works
Students interested in Learning various Internet Protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, TCP/IP, SMTP, IMAP
Students interested in learning how Local and Wide Area Networks Operate
Students interested in the basics of Computer Networking

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