Ever wondered how websites like Facebook, Twitter, Ebay or Amazon are created?
Well, with "Become A Web Developer From Scratch" you will learn everything about Web Development and how to build any kind of website, even if you've never programmed before!
At the end of each chapter or "level", I will show you how to create a simple application using the languages you've learned so far. The source code of each final project will be available for you to download as well. You will also have exercises for each chapter as well as pdf manuals and reference guides.
"Become a Web Developer from Scratch" will give you a new perspective on how the Internet works and after you completed the course you will be able to create your own websites and apps with the latest technology. Hope you enjoy!
*All the programming languages covered in this course:
*BackEnd Development: PHP, MySQL, XML and jSON.
*FrontEnd Development: AJAX, jQuery, HTML5 and CSS3.
NOTE: In order to keep you up to date in the world of Web Development all the chapters will be updated regularly with new lectures, projects, quizzes and much more! And that's not all, you can also have exclusive access to Onclick Academy, an amazing platform where you can test all your programming skills after finishing this course!
What is Web Development? Web Development is the term used to define all the work involved in the creation of a web site. Web Development can range from developing a simple static website to the most complex web-based applications such as social networks like facebook, e-commerce sites like ebay, mobile apps like google maps, and many more...
Why Learn Web Development? The internet is the fastest and largest platform ever created for humans to learn, communicate, share, or create any kind of business. Companies depend more and more on the internet and because of that web developers are in huge demand nowadays.
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Html5 elements
Lesson 3: Article and hgroup
Lesson 4: Elements and CSS
Lesson 5: Atribute Selectors
Lesson 6: Pseudo-classes
Lesson 7: Non-Pseudo-classes
Lesson 8: Flexible Box Model (part 1)
Lesson 9: Flexible Box Model (part 2)
Lesson 10: Reverse Box Order
Lesson 11: Custom Box Order
Lesson 12: More Flexible Properties
Lesson 13: Rounder Corners and Sha...
Lesson 14: Text Shadow, Gradient, ...
Lesson 15: Tranformations
Lesson 16: Animations
Lesson 17: querySelector
Lesson 18: querySelectorAll
Lesson 19: HTML5 Video
Lesson 20: Drag and Drop
Lesson 21: HTML5 Audio
Lesson 22: Web Storage (part 1)
Lesson 23: Web Storage (part 2)
Lesson 24: Web Storage (part 3)
After you completed the course you can ask for a certificate of completion. Anyways in the world of web development a certificate is not as important as in other careers. Tech companies nowadays hire developers judging by their past projects, experience and skills. I can guarantee you that no company will hire you just because you have a degree or a certificate on the wall.