Learn the Backbone of Dynamic Web Development
About This Video
Understand the components of the LAMP stack, Secure and protect your server, Create dynamic web applications.
LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. In this course we’ll run through how to install and set up all of those components, and give you a thorough grounding in how each of them works and how they can be combined to create web magic.
Most web developers start on the front end with HTML and CSS, designing and building simple web pages. In order to take your development skills to the next level, though, you need to go deeper, to the back end, or server side. The most common development environment for this is what’s known as the LAMP stack.
We’ll dig into what LAMP really means, and how you can use it to create dynamic web applications. One of the great things about LAMP is that it’s made up of free, open-source software, so there’s no outlay required in order to get up and running with this powerful set of tools.