This course is about building softwares targeting the web platform. You will learn to build web apps from scratch, starting from designing front-ends to building interractive functions into web pages and finally, the development of the back-end. It involves views, business logics and models (receiving and returning data to and from databases). This course includes everything you need to become a full stack developer.
Craft the foundation structure for websites using HTML5.
CSS 3 to create beautiful and well outlined web pages
For more powerful, controllable and robust CSS styles
With lots of components to build responsive websites
Design stunning front-end websites with great UI/UX
Learn to coding PHP and use skills to build web apps
Learn querying for data in databases for different cases
Learn the skill of designing websites, HTML is the language of the web and it's used to write the
structure of every website. The CSS skill to be acquired will be used to style and create beautiful
Bootstrap is a framework of CSS that helps the designer to avoid commonly used codes repeatedly, instead, blocks of styling codes are written in shorter and simpler codes.
PHP program makes use of the most up-to-date tools for developing content management websites and attractive user interface with CSS. The program covers how to develop, design and deploy websites.
Many clients and companies who give out web development projects or recruit web developers know that the job requires beautiful UI (User Interface) and the development of algorithms and database designs, and in many occasions they prefer a developer who can do both (fron-end and back-end).
Upon completing the course and a building successful project, you will be awarded a certificate to showcase your new skills. Your certificate is also verifiable on our website so that potential employers can easily confirm it's authenticity.
3 days weekly
2hrs per day
By the end of this course, students should have acquired this knowledge and know how to use all the above mentioned skills and packages.