Core Web Development 1: Get used to the basics

Focus on getting a foundation in the web development basics

Learning Web Development is NOT easy

What you’ll learn

  • Create a web document in HTML.
  • Design a web document with CSS.
  • Deploy a web to a web server through Amazon Web Services.
  • Get your project under version control.
  • Use a library Bootstrap to speed up your design work.
  • Use an online development environment Cloud 9.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Web Development –> 3 lectures • 22min.
  • Creating a web document in HTML –> 19 lectures • 2hr 24min.
  • Running Your Web by Deploying it to a Web Server –> 5 lectures • 41min.
  • Designing a Web with CSS –> 21 lectures • 2hr 40min.
  • Safeguard Your Project with Version Control –> 16 lectures • 1hr 52min.
  • Improving Productivity by using a library Bootstrap –> 29 lectures • 3hr 47min.

Core Web Development 1: Get used to the basics

Requirements

  • You should have some experience in using the web .

Learning Web Development is NOT easy

Learning about web development is never easy because it requires knowledge of multiple languages, programming methodologies, computer science theories and getting used to many development tools. You also need to get lots of development experiences under your belt to finally be able to create a decent web. As a matter of fact, all these things require a lot of discipline of you.

 

 

Build up a Foundation in the only Basics

So you should get a foundation in the basics first and then later dive deep as a specialist in an area that appeals to you. This course has been designed specifically for the complete beginner who wants to get a strong foundation of web development. Basically you will learn a few selected very basics of web development technologies. The course includes:

  • 93 Lectures
  • 28 Coding Exercises
  • 13 Quizzes
  • Code-Alongs
  • Projects
  • Assignments
  • Downloads

 

 

Contents and Overview

This course has 6 sections and each section deals with the following subjects.

Section 1: Introduction to Web Development

Section 2: Creating a web document in HTML

Section 3: Running Your Web by Deploying it to a Web Server

Section 4: Designing a web with CSS

Section 5: Safeguard Your Project with Version Control

Section 6: Improving Productivity by using a library Bootstrap

 

To summarize what you will be able to do by the end of the course, you will be able to create a web document in HTML and design it with CSS and Bootstrap. You will be able to get your web development under version control using Git and Github. And finally, you will be able to deploy your web to a web server so that everyone can see you web in public.

 

 

The Course designed for the Novice

What I focus on as an instruction designer when designing a course is get students get a strong foundation in the basics through practices. So you will be able to understand basic concepts of web development first through the lectures, then make sure if your understand them correctly through the quizzes, practice what you learn through the coding exercises and work on your own project as a course assignment.

This course has been particularly designed for novice learners who want to learn creating a web. The course focuses heavily on the basics. And you will not be surprised or discouraged by the not explained jargons or jumping to the higher difficulties all of a sudden.

 

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