Front End Web Developer GeekXPro – Part 2
Become a Front End Web Developer
Why Take The Front-End Web Developer GeekXPro?
Front-end development is not just about writing a few lines of code. It’s about creating the magic that your customers experience with every click. If you are looking for a program to start your career in web development, this is the perfect place to be!
Without an amazing Front-End development, every website might be no more than a ‘404 Error’. A powerful UI experience is crucial for each and every website. This GeekXPro will teach you the skills required to become a professional Front-End Web Developer. We’ve designed this curriculum with expert web developers and hiring managers, allowing you to demonstrate your skills by completing a series of hands-on projects as the critical indicators of job-readiness.
What you will learn
- Introduction to web development
- Command Line
Prerequisites and Requirements
- You have access to a computer with a broadband connection, on which you’ll install a professional code/text editor (ie. Sublime Text or Atom).
- You can independently solve and describe your solution to a math or programming problem
- You are familiar with basic programming concepts such as variables, conditions, and loops.
If you are new to programming, look no further. These beginning courses will give you a strong foundation in web development.
Web Foundations – HTML & CSS Syntax, Responsive Design
Learn HTML – the foundational structure of all website and CSS – syntax to create the beautiful design. Finally, you’ll learn how to develop a web project like a professional using the version control tool, Git. You’ll build two projects, and each project should take roughly one or two afternoons to complete from start to finish.
The courses in this section will take you through the basics of working with jQuery. You’ll learn the fundamentals of the language before moving on to UI controls and jQuery effects and animations.
ASP.NET Ajax is a Web development framework for building richer, more interactive Web applications. This new Web development framework from Microsoft provides both client-side and server-side components for closing the gap between web and desktop user interfaces.
We’ll start with the basics – the basic assumptions of Unix, how to look for help, and how to confidently work with files, directories, and programs. Whether you’ve never been introduced to the Unix command line, or you’re already familiar, you’ll benefit greatly from the tips and tricks shown in this course.
The courses in this section will introduce you to fundamental topics including basic Node.js syntax, NPM package management, and creating your own development environment.