Explore the history of the Internet and the technology underlying the web, including IP addressing, routing, web servers, URLs, and HTML. This course is the second part of our AP Computer Science Principles curriculum series.
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Learn how digital information is stored, transmitted, and encoded by computers. This course covers the first part of the AP Computer Science Principles exam.
Create your first Windows app with the Universal Windows Platform. Build one app that runs on all Windows 10 devices, including desktop, phones, tablets, Xbox One, and even HoloLens.
Doug Winnie reviews the core features and functions of Windows Phone 8.1, including working with email, calendars, the camera, and Microsoft Office files.
Learn how to extend the Xbox One beyond gaming with apps and external hardware.
Get up and running with Chrome OS, the operating system that runs on Google Chromebooks and Chromeboxes.
Learn how to get Google Glass set up and connected to your phone, and find out how to use touch input and gestures to control Glass in real-world scenarios: navigating a city, accepting calls, and taking photos and video.
Find out whether Google Glass—a wearable computer that places both a screen and a camera near your eye—is right for you.
Provides an introduction to the Windows Phone 8 platform and the basic tenets of the Modern UI design style, through the development of a basic tip calculator application.
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