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FreeBSD Programming Primer

Release Date: 2014-01
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  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 1

    In this new series we will look at the tools, processes and methods involved in writing software, including developing a Content Management System (CMS) which will run under an AMP stack on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Linux, etc.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 2

    In the second part of our series on programming, we will look at configuring our development server, write our first lines of code and commit the changes to a version control system.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 3

    In the third part of our series on programming, we will look at code structure, program flow and how to embed CSS and Javascript in our pages. We will also start using SQL to dynamically generate web pages.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 4

    In the fourth part of our series on programming, we will continue to develop our CMS. Here we will examine how a modern CMS dynamically generates and controls content and implement a similar model in our PHP code.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 5

    In the fifth part of our series on programming, we will look at how to apply a style using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 6

    In the sixth part of our series on programming, we will design a basic menu navigation system and style it with CSS.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 7

    In the seventh part of our series on programming, we will continue with the menu navigation system and using Javascript.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 8

    In the eighth part of our series on programming, we will refine our Jquery menu and start building a user friendly interface to add content.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 9

    In the ninth part of our series on programming, we will add some security to our CMS and refine our interface for adding content.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 10

    In the tenth part of our series on programming, we will improve the login process, add more security, and keep spam robots under control.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 11

    In the penultimate part of our series on programming, we will look at using the Netbeans Integrated Development Environment to debug and edit our CMS.


  • FreeBSD Programming Primer – Part 12

    In the final part of our series on programming, we wrap up using the Netbeans Integrated Development Environment to debug and edit our CMS.


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