In this course, you will learn web development from basic to advanced. HTML, CSS, Tailwaind CSS, React JS, and Next JS are all in this course. This is a professional level course designed for prospective students who want to become developers or Front-end engineers.
3 days weekly
2hrs per session
In this course
Why Web Development in React and Next JS?
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 (front-end and back-end) using React.
Web Page Structures in HTML
HTML provides the basic building blocks for creating websites. We will use HTML to create the structure and layout of a webpage by using a series of tags and attributes, which define the different elements of the page, such as headings, paragraphs, images, and links.
Core Styling in CSS
CSS can be used to create complex layouts and visual effects, such as animations and responsive design, which adapts the layout of a webpage to different screen sizes. We will CSS to add style and layout to HTML documents. With CSS, we can control the layout, colors, fonts, and other visual elements of a webpage. It allows us to separate the presentation of a website from its structure and content, making it easier to maintain and update.
Variables and Data Types
Git is a version control system that allows you to keep track of changes made to files and collaborate with others on software development projects. Git is now widely used by developers and organizations around the world. Git allows you to create a repository, which is a collection of files and folders that you want to track changes to. You can make changes to files in the repository and then commit those changes to the repository. Each commit represents a snapshot of the repository at a particular point in time, so you can easily roll back to previous versions of files if necessary.
GitHub is a web-based platform that provides hosting for Git repositories. It allows you to easily store and share your Git repositories with others, and provides tools for collaboration such as pull requests and issue tracking. GitHub also provides a range of other features such as wikis, project management tools, and social networking features for developers. By using Git and GitHub together, developers can easily collaborate on software development projects, track changes to files, and share their work with others. This makes it easier to work on complex projects with multiple contributors, and helps ensure that everyone is working with the most up-to-date version of the code.
Tailwind CSS is a highly customizable utility-first CSS framework. It provides a set of pre-built CSS classes that can be applied directly in HTML, allowing developers to rapidly build modern and responsive user interfaces by composing classes rather than writing custom CSS.
Next.js is a React framework for building server-side rendered and statically generated web applications. It provides a simplified development experience by offering features like automatic code splitting, server-side rendering, static site generation, API routes, and easy deployment, making it ideal for building fast and scalable web applications.
In React, a database is typically not directly integrated into the framework itself. Instead, developers commonly use libraries like Firebase, MongoDB, or Axios to connect to and interact with databases, enabling them to store, retrieve, and manipulate data within their React applications.
In React, APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are used to fetch data from external sources, such as web servers or third-party services. Developers utilize libraries like Axios or the built-in fetch() function to make HTTP requests, receive data in JSON format, and update the component's state to dynamically render content based on the API responses. APIs in React facilitate seamless integration with external systems and enable the development of interactive and data-driven applications.
Highlight The Skill You Will Gain With Our Verifiable Certificate
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 its authenticity.