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Front-End Development



Technology

Learn Front-End Designing From Scratch - Basics

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About This Course

Course Description

A Front-End web developer is responsible for implementing visual and interactive elements that users engage with through their web browser when using a web application. They are usually supported by back-end web developers, who are responsible for server-side application logic and integration of the work front-end developers do.

This course will consist of 20 modules which have to be learned step by step and there will be a weekly target which should must be completed. Each chapter contained on 1 module which will consist of all tags related to that module. There are asignments and quizes included in the course. After each module there will be an assignment and 1 class presentation conducted. Only the student who will clear the first module can move to the next.

What are the requirements?


  • A PC or MAC machine with minimum 2GB RAM

What am I going to get from this course?


  • By the end of the course you will be proficient to create static applications based on your ideas
  • Able to choose the best layout for your apps
  • Learn the concept behind Web Site theories
  • Design your Web app properly

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone with basic knowledge of Front-End Languages
  • Chapter 1: Structure
  • Chapter 2: Text
  • Chapter 3: Lists
  • Chapter 4: Links
  • Chapter 5: Images
  • Chapter 6: Tables
  • Chapter 7: Forms
  • Chapter 8: Extra Markup
  • Chapter 9: Flash, Video & Audio
  • Chapter 10: HTML5 Contents
  • Chapter 11: Introducing CSS
  • Chapter 12: Color
  • Chapter 13: Controlling Text
  • Chapter 14: Boxes
  • Chapter 15: Tables, Lists & Forms
  • Chapter 16: Layout
  • Chapter 17: Images
  • Chapter 18: Media queries & Dropdown
  • Chapter 19:animations, gradiants
  • Chapter 20:Creating complete website, HTML5/CSS3
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