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The Full Stack Web Development 2021: Bootcamp

Become a full-stack Web developer confidently on HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JS, jQuery, WordPress, PHP, MySQL, Python more

Includes

  • course Chapters: 198
  • course Total Hours: 18:40 Hours

Features

  • course Full lifetime access
  • course Access on mobile
  • course Assignments
  • course Certificate of Completion
Overview
Course Description

Learn The Full Stack Web Development 2022 Course, The first step to the full-stack web development you need to learn to succeed in core basics of HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap4 on the Server-side PHP with MySQL Database about to API Integration, it is pretty easy to learn and understand our online web development course, This course is designed for you with the complete steps to require to learn real-world dynamic projects. Mr. Sudha Sekhar(Microsoft Certified Professional) will explain to you even complex topics to simplify and teach you even beginners can understand easily with real-world webpage exercises.

Create a Good and Strong base foundation in Web Development, With The Full Stack Web Development 2022 Course.

you will learn here section-wise

  • HTML5
  • CSS 3
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • Bootstrap 4
  • WordPress
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • APIs
  • Special features on HTML5 and CSS3
  • Python

Learn a Web development course using free open-source software packages. This course assumes no prior programming knowledge( basics will help you), just a desire to learn to develop your own Web developer structure for your web application as well.

In this course, we cover from scratch to create your own website like all software application supports with basic instructions, you also learn programming functionalities interacting with the database.

Content and Summary Who wants to start with beginning in Web Development, through this course of 200+ lectures and hours of content, you’ll learn all of the Full-Stack web developer Skills and establish a strong understanding of the concept behind Web development. Every Section closes with a challenge, putting your new learned skills into practical use immediately and Most of the Lectures are having Assignments to test your knowledge.

Starting with an introduction, what is, how to initiate full-stack web development, basics, and settings, etc.

Learning with these Web Development skills, you will be eager to learn other programming development very quickly that lead you to become a successful Software professional.

If you really want to learn Web Development, This Complete Full Stack Web development 2022: Bootcamp Course is for you to develop your skills more than others and you will become a strong Full Stack Web Development professional.

What is full stack developer?

A Full Stack Developer is someone who works with the Back End — or server side — of the application as well as the Front End, or client side. Full Stack Developers have to have some skills in a wide variety of coding niches, from databases to graphic design and UI/UX management in order to do their job well.

Is full stack developer good career?

A full-stack developer is not only an expert in front-end and back-end development but also in a wide array of other areas. Therefore, full-stack development is an excellent career choice because professionals in this field can supervise and handle any given situation during product development.

Is it hard to be a full stack developer?

The answer is - being a full-stack is not at all difficult! You can start with the front-end for a smoother understanding of the things and end with the back-end; work with databases; get your hands on a website with its full configuration and develop a user interface for a mobile application!

Is full-stack developer in demand?

According to the research, there is a 20% growth in demand for Full-stack developer compared to the last couple of years. The role of the full-stack developer is to look at every aspect of software development within an organization.

Do full stack developers work long hours?

But a new study from Stack Overflow suggests that the bulk of developers (i.e., 51.7 percent) work 40 to 44 hours per week. ... Another 13.4 percent work 35-39 hours, and 11.6 percent work between 45 and 49 hours.

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Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn to code
  • Anyone who wants to build websites
  • Anyone who wants to start their own business or become freelance
  • Anyone who wants to make a full-stack web developer

What you'll learn

  • Learn to know complete full-stack web development
  • Master back-end development with PHP and MySQL
  • Know how to validate complete web form
  • Know how to create a complete Website with out coding knowledge
  • Be a Comfortable Front-end developer
  • Create complete website, portfolio and blogs
  • Learn to create light-weight mobile friendly web-pages
  • How to make beautification of a web page
  • Learn how to apply client-side scripting
  • You will be a Full-Stack Web Application developer

Requirements

  • Anyone who wants to learn to code
  • Anyone who wants to build websites
  • Anyone who wants to start their own business or become freelance
  • Anyone who wants to make a full-stack web developer
  • No pre-knowledge is required - enthusiasm is all you need!, you will be trained from scratch
  • No paid software required - all websites will be created with Atom (which is free)
  • A PC or Mac computer with access to the internet
  • You will be know how to get free software packages in this sessions step by step
Course Content
198 Lessons | 18:40 Hours
About the instructor
Sekhar Metla

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4.5 Instructor Rating
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32 Courses

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864 Students enrolled

Sekhar Metla is a software engineer with 15 years of professional experience. He is the author of several best-selling TeacherDada courses with more than 26,000+ students in 192 countries. He has a Master of Science in Computer Applications as Software Engineering and is also Microsoft Certified Professional. His students describe him as passionate, pragmatic, and motivational in his teaching.