The demo will not only introduce you to the online interfaces you will use while learning how to program with Python, but will also demonstrate what makes our online Python training model unique.
How it Works - 100% Cloud-based
ALL you need to take this course is a web browser.
You DO NOT need to download or install Python or any software on your computer.
Depending on your personal preference, you can either use a single web browser window with two tabs open OR use two separate web browser windows for the course. One tab or window will be used to view the course manual interface, and the other other tab or window will be used to access the Web-based Development Environment (WDE).
Throughout the course material there will be code examples, hands-on lab exercises and an overall course project to reinforce key Python programming concepts. You will use the WDE to create, edit, save and run the Python programs for each of these. The WDE also lets you open terminal sessions on the back-end lab server so that you can run Python's interactive interpreter or execute programs from the command line.
Solutions (completed programs) for each Python code example, hands-on lab exercise and the full course project is included with the course. Solution code files can be opened from the WDE if you need ideas for your code, and you can also run the solution code files from the WDE just like you would your own programs.
Student Interfaces for Python Courses
The online course manual interface has been updated for the Python courses, and the Web-based Development Environment (WDE) is a new interface that allows you to create, edit, save and run your Python programs from a single web browser window.
The WDE also lets you open terminal sessions to your assigned back-end lab server so that you can:
- run Python's interactive interpreter
- use the MySQL command line tool
- run Python programs from the command line when instructed to do so
Screenshot of Web-based Development Environment (CLICK image to enlarge):
Course Manual Demo with FULL access to Module 1 - "Python Basics" (CLICK image to launch):
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