This final basics course will dive you deeper into Web development, allowing students to work towards increasing their knowledge of the full web-stack.
What will I learn?
Throughout this course you will receive a broad overview of the technologies that are used to create a functioning website. Using the skills you learn in this course, you will be able to take any project and turn it into a fully functioning web app.
Each 2.5 hour session is a mixture of lecture and hands-on exercises to best teach you the fundamentals of the web. Hands-on practice is essential to understand and fully grasp the concepts presented. Students should expect to work on assigned exercises and practice at home to get the most out of this class.
- Introduction to the Web Stack
- Introduction to HTTP
- Using Firebug to get view requests and responses
- Trace RouteGET and POST Requests
- Git branches
- HTML forms
- Review GET v. POST
- jQuery and BootStrap Integration
- Branch merging
- Web application deployment
- Cookies, sessions, and Ajax
In addition to class, as a CODEcamp student you get:
- Access to the FS2 Computer Lab and the chance to practice your skills
- References to open-source resources to provide additional assistance and information
What can I accomplish?
By the end of this course, you will create a working website using enhanced knowledge of the Web.
Are there any prerequisites?
Students should take the Web Basics Series and GitHub, or equivalent knowledge, prior to taking this course.