The Complete 2020 Web Developer Master Course

Udemy The Complete 2020 Web Developer Master Course

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Everything you need to know to become a Web Developer in 2020!

What you'll learn
  • HTML, CSS, JavaScript, the pillar of front end web development.
  • HTML5 API's, such as IndexedDB & Web Storage.
  • Sass, a very powerful CSS preprocessor.
  • Bootstrap, the leading CSS framework for responsive web designs.
  • Express, a flexible back end framework for Node js.
  • MongoDB, the leading noSQL database.
  • RESTful API's, an architecture for handling requests to your site.
  • Angular, a front end JavaScript framework for handling single page applications.
  • How to create and deploy to the web, your own Social Media website with loads of functionality.

  • No prerequisites, this course is for developer of all levels from experienced to inexperienced.

The Complete 2020 Web Developer Master Course has everything you need to become a Web Developer in 2020. Focusing on both Front and Back-end Development, with an emphasis on the MEAN Stack. During the course, there will be many challenges for the student to test what they've learned, and give them a chance to try to debug something or implement something on their own.

During the course we will build 6 unique projects, each fixated by a specific technology and purpose.
  • Clockworks (JavaScript Project)
  • Travel Forest (CSS Project)
  • Get It Done (HTML5 API's Project)
  • Sleepy Mondays (Bootstrap Project)
  • Just Me (Express Project)
  • A Social Media (Angular Project)

What's covered in this course?
Of course, the basics, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. But what else?
  • Express
  • MVC Architecture
  • Asynchronous JavaScript
  • RESTful Routing
  • Angular
  • Sass
  • Bootstrap
  • MongoDB
  • Flexbox
  • HTML5 API's
  • Google Maps API
And much more!

If you get stuck on any part of the course, reach out in the Q/A or leave me a message explaining your problem. Sometimes a description of the problem and a code snippet will suffice to diagnose a problem. But other times for the more elusive errors/bugs, I'll ask you to send me your full project code via email, where I will be able to investigate and find the problem for you. I know what it's like to get stuck on something as a beginner, and this course can present some challenging material at times. I want you to know that I will do whatever I can to help you with any problem you get!
Happy Learning!
Who this course is for:
  • Anyone interested in learning new things, especially web development!
  • Beginner designers who want to greatly increase their CSS skills
  • Beginner developers who are interested in learning advanced JavaScript.
  • Experienced developers from various backgrounds interested in learning the MEAN stack
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