4.24 (1118 reviews)
☑ 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
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.
How the Internet Works
The Internet Overview
The HTTP Protocol
The HTTPS Protocol
The SMTP Protocol and Local Mail Delivery
Outbound Mail Delivery
Network Basics - LAN and WAN
Network Ports and Firewalls
The Web Development Process - An Overview
Web Development Process Overview
Planning a Website
Web Application Planning Overview
It is hard to even say that these were the basics. All of topics are very briefly explained. Reading the descritpion of the course you nearly get as much as after watching the videos. In addition this is an excerpt from a larger course.
The course is simple and average. This course is just a basic course and does not cover most of the topics. Just basics have been covered. However the first video consists of Network cables all around the world which is a fascination i got from this course.
Il y a un problème au niveau du texte écrit. L'automate qui fait la traduction ne comprend pas bien les sigle. Il est écrit HDDP au lieu de HTTP, et d'autre choses du genre.
Slightly outdated. Presentation - could - be - a - bit - more - engaging. Part of "Internet and Web Development Fundamentals". Quite nice for the very basics though.
Section 1 is very informative. Section 2 & 3 looks just started but didnt go anywhere. I feel could you have added few more informations on section 1 instead of section2 & section 3.
Informative and good delivery but it was really really short.. Could find the same information on youTube for free..
I can learning this course future very interesting and informative valuable information. Useful this course same interest classes...
we need some extra examples on our daily life and need more explanation on back end and front end development
This course is very helpful and informative, I learn about the Internet, network basics and web development process and how to plan a website.
Excelente Elección, claro, didáctico, sencillo y gráficas muy ilustrativas. Very Clear, Excellente choice. Ilustrative Charts. Simple and educational. Thank you
For me it barely explains the Web Dev process. It's just an easy over view slide with no explanation whatsoever.
A short but informative course. I would recommend this course if you would like to know how the internet works.
Things are quite clear and concise in his explanations. It's good for people are really new to network fundamentals.
This course was good, easy to understand for beginners. But this course is incomplete it gives only web dev process overview and a detailed first process info. but other 11 processes aren't showing at all. This course is good for some basic networking terms so thats why I am giving it high ratings plus it was free... so worth trying
Since I paid nothing for this course, I got mostly what I paid for. The main first section about how the internet works lacked depth. Again, free course, probably shouldn't have expected much. There was quite a bit they didn't go into depth about like what are get and post requests, why 301, 400, and 404 response codes, and even how an http data packet is structured. If more content is added, it might become worth while, but not as it stands now.