Front End Development.
Front-end developers design user interfaces that enable users to effortlessly access, navigate, and interact with web pages and displays. They design applications and websites that meet the needs and requirements of the end-users.
Our Front-end development course is curated specifically for:
- Aspiring front-end developers with little or no coding experience
- Mid-level front-end developers who want to level up their skills
- Back-end developers who want to learn how to code for the front end
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Create a website from scratch using HTML and CSS.
- Style your website using advanced CSS techniques.
- Make your website responsive so that it can be viewed on all devices.
- Use different frameworks to build your website.
Our program’s goal is to educate students to become front-end developers—that is, people who can code but also understand clients and end-users. Students participate in a variety of activities that develop their communication and collaboration abilities while also immersing themselves in the technical community, preparing them for future success as front-end developers.
Module 1: HTML & CSS Basics
In this module, you will learn the basics of HTML and CSS. You will also learn how to create a simple website using these two technologies.
- Introduction to HTML
- Introduction to CSS
- Creating a Simple Website
Module 2: Advanced CSS
In this module, you will learn advanced CSS techniques such as floats, positioning, and pseudo-elements. You will also learn how to use different frameworks to style your website.
- Advanced CSS Techniques
- CSS Frameworks
Module 3: Responsive design
In this module, you will learn how to make your website responsive so that it can be viewed on all devices. You will also learn about different responsive design techniques.
- Introduction to Responsive Design
- Responsive Design Techniques
Module 4: Bootstrap
In this module, you will learn how to use the Bootstrap framework to style your website. You will also learn about different components that are available in Bootstrap.
- Introduction to Bootstrap
- Bootstrap Components
- Variables and Data Types
- Functions and Loops
Module 6: DOM Manipulation & Events
- Document Object Model (DOM)
- DOM Manipulation
This course is perfect for those with little or no coding experience. However, if you have some coding experience, it would be helpful. Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS is recommended but not required.
To succeed in completing this course, you need:
- To attend 80% of the sessions.
- Submit assignments on time
- To have access to a computer/laptop with the following specifications: 8GB RAM, 256GB+ SSD, Core i5, 7th Generation.
- To have access to the internet for online sessions
- Submit weekly projects for grading
As a front-end developer, you will be responsible for the development of user interfaces and the implementation of user interactions. You will use a variety of programming languages to create web applications and features. In this role, you will work closely with designers and back-end developers to create websites and applications that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
At the end of the course, students can choose a career path in the following fields:
- Web Developer: A web developer is responsible for the coding, design, and layout of websites. They use a variety of programming languages to create website applications and features.
- Web Designer: A web designer is responsible for the aesthetics and layout of websites. They use a variety of software programs to create web designs.
- User Experience Designer: A user experience (UX) designer is responsible for the overall experience that users have when using a product or service. They use a variety of techniques to improve the usability of products and services.
- User Interface Designer: A user interface (UI) designer is responsible for the way that users interact with a product or service. They use a variety of techniques to create interfaces that are easy to use and consistent with the overall look and feel of the product or service.
- Front-End Engineer: A front-end engineer is responsible for the development of user interfaces and the implementation of user interactions. They use a variety of programming languages to create web applications and features.
- Requirements Analysis Engineer: A requirements analysis engineer is responsible for the identification and assessment of user needs. They use a variety of techniques to determine the functionality that is required in order to meet those needs.
- CSS Developer: A CSS developer is responsible for the development of web applications using the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) style sheet language. They use a variety of CSS frameworks and tools to create user interfaces, manage data, and develop application logic.