Web Development Course

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About Course

What is a web application?

A web application is an interactive program that runs on a web server and is accessed
via a web browser. A web application is built so that the user interface gives data back
to the development team that designed it. This data offers insights into customer
interests, usage, and also preferences that can prove invaluable to product and marketing
strategies. A huge difference between web applications and web pages is that user
experience dictates web application design. What is the difference between web
applications and websites? A website is made on a platform that only the creator or
developer can change. On the other side, a web application is interactive and built on a
platform that allows user data to inform iterations of the application. The application
must be delivered over a network and also linked to a database. Where traditional websites
serve the major purpose of delivering information (like text or video) to the user, a web
application allows its interactions with the user’s request to produce a variety of possible
outcomes.

Why choose a web development course?

A web development course usually covers a wide range of topics related to designing,
building, and maintaining websites.
Course duration: 3 months.

Course outlines:

Week 1: Introduction to Web Development

● Overview of web development technologies and concepts
● History of the Internet and the World Wide Web
● Importance of development in this era of digital world.

Week 2: HTML that is Hyper Text Markup Language

● Introduction to HTML
● Understanding HTML tags and elements
● Creating and structuring web pages using HTML.

Week 3: CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

● Introduction to CSS
● Styling web pages using CSS
● CSS selectors, properties, and values.

Week 4: JavaScript intro & uses

● Introduction to JavaScript
● Basics of JavaScript programming
● Using JavaScript to add interactivity and functionality to web pages.

Week 5: Responsive Web Design

● Principles of Responsive Web Design
● Using media queries to create responsive layouts
● Designing websites that look attractive on all devices.

Week 6: Web Development Tools and Technologies

● Overview of web development tools and technologies
● Using text editors
● Introduction to version control systems like Git.

Week 7: Front-End Development Frameworks

● Introduction to front-end development frameworks (e.g., Bootstrap, Foundation)
● Using front-end frameworks to streamline development and design processes.

Week 8 Back-End Development

● Introduction to back-end development
● Basics of server-side programming languages (such as PHP, Python, Ruby)
● Creating dynamic and interactive web applications.

Week 9: Databases & Introduction to Databases

● Basics of database management systems (e.g., MySQL, MongoDB)
● Using databases to store and retrieve data for web applications.

Week 10: Web Development Best Practices

● Writing clean and maintainable code
● Accessibility and usability considerations
● Performance optimization techniques.

Week 11: Web Development Project

● Planning and executing a development project from start to finish
● Incorporating design, functionality, and user experience principles.

Week 12: Launching and Maintaining a Website, Deploying a website to a web server

● Basic website maintenance and updates
● Monitoring and optimizing website performance.

Venue & tutors:

The course will be held online by the mentors of Hawks International institute, at Hawks
Institute.

What Will You Learn?

  • Marketable skill: Acquire a highly sought-after skill in today's digital economy.
  • Career opportunities: Open doors to a variety of job roles in tech companies and startups.
  • Flexibility: Work remotely or freelance as a web developer from anywhere in the world.
  • Creative outlet: Express creativity through building visually appealing and functional websites.
  • Continuous learning: Stay updated with evolving technologies and frameworks in the dynamic field of web development.

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