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Additional applications or software that developers and designers can use to increase productivity or functionality of websites.
Days per week: 2
Times: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Apr 09, 2018 - Jun 04, 2018 (Mon, Wed) - $999
Jun 18, 2018 - Aug 13, 2018 (Mon, Wed) - $999
Oct 01, 2018 - Nov 21, 2018 (Mon, Wed) - $999
Google Play Program Manager Google
Senior Web Designer Amazon
Even after you graduate from the course, NYCDA instructors are always open to support and help you with all your coding needs!
During this first week, you will learn the fundamentals of what you need to learn to code. From there we will begin with the basics of Terminal, teach you how to build a one page website, and launch Sublime 3 from the Command Line. You will also be introduced to grid systems, Parallax, and will learn how to design and develop for the responsive web.
After getting your hands wet with our introduction to Front End, we will dive into working with Image Galleries with the Bootstrap Grid System, Git + Github Basics, and how to deploy your site with Github.
Now that students have been introduced to jQuery, we will get in and really start to show you what it is capable of through various exercises. We will also teach you how to better access and manipulate your documents with DOM Manipulation.
One page websites are more popular than ever! Make your page more dynamic during this week as you learn to build modal overlays and image carousels designed for responsive web pages.
This course is an advanced study of front end techniques. Students must complete Web Development 100 or have prior web development experience, and should be comfortable with HTML, CSS, working with the Terminal, and using Git.
Dedicated students can and do find work as junior front end developers. All graduates of this course will have the tools and confidence to continue learning on their own.
No. Front end web development does create the aesthetics of a web page, but you’ll be working with tools like HTML and CSS.