Frontend Fundamentals Web Development Training Certification Course

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With web development expected to see a rise of 20% by 2020, equip yourself for one of the most sought after job of our times. Learn Front End development technologies from the scratch with AcadGild’s course Frontend Web Development Fundamentals and build fascinating web applications.

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Course Overview
Introduction to the Web and HTML5
Gain a deep understanding of the relationship between a client and a server, web requests, and response cycles (POST, GET). Explore HTML5 semantics elements: headers and footers, aside, article, canvas, local storage, Geo location, session storage and more.
Styling Sheets CSS, CSS3, SASS and LESS
Style your HTML webpages with CSS, CSS Preprocessor (SASS and LESS)
Client Side Scripting: JavaScript & JQuery.
Understand JavaScript fundamentals (Functions, Scopes, looping structures) with familiarity with JQuery libraries and jQuery Syntax & Selector. Learn about elements selection in jQuery, Attribute Selector, Filtering Elements, Handling Events, Events Types.
Frontend Web Framework: Bootstrap
Design responsive websites with understanding of Bootstrap components, Forms, Grids, pagination and Glyph icons.
Highly Experienced Mentors
Free Job Preparation Week.
Lifetime Access to Dashboard
24X7 Coding
Support
Develop 2 Real Time
Project
Course Syllabus
  • How Web Works
  • Name Server
  • Client Server
  • Understanding the URL
  • HTTP
  • HTTPS
  • Full Web Request Cycle
  • Request Response Cycle
  • Introduction to HTML
  • Basic HTML Syntax
  • Basic HTML Tags
  • DOCTYPE
  • Hello World Using HTML
  • comments
  • Semantic HTML5
  • Legacy Browser Support
  • HTML5 Tags
  • Creating HTML5 Document.
  • HTML5 header
  • HTML5 footer
  • HTML5 navigation
  • Nesting structure
  • aside
  • Checking Document Structure
  • figure and figcaption
  • HTML5 Lists
  • Emphasizing Text
  • Address Element
  • small element
  • mark element
  • date and time
  • Link relationships.
  • Understanding CSS
  • CSS Syntax
  • Applying CSS
  • Cascading Order
  • CSS Selectors
  • CSS Selectors Types
  • Combining Selectors
  • CSSAttribute Selectors
  • CSS Box Model
  • CSS properties
  • CSS margin property
  • CSS Links
  • Position Property
  • Specificity
  • CSS Media Queries.
  • CSS float property
  • Problem With Float and its Solution
  • Relational Selectors
  • pseudo-class
  • About CSS3
  • Transitions
  • Applying Transitions
  • Animation
  • CSS3 - Gradients
  • CSS3 Filters
  • Multi Column Layout
  • CSS3 Background
  • Box Model
  • CSS Box Model with box-sizing
  • text-shadow
  • CSS Preprocessors
  • SASS and LESS Introduction.
  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Why JavaScript ?
  • Analyzing JavaScript
  • Understanding the JavaScript Code Structure
  • Where to put JavaScript
  • First JavaScript Program
  • JavaScript Variables
  • DataTypes in JavaScript
  • Objects
  • Object Creation
  • Object Manipulation
  • Arrays.
  • Assignment Operators
  • Comparison Operators
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Conditional if-else
  • Type Checking
  • Looping Structures
  • while loop
  • do-while loop
  • for loop
  • for-in loop.
  • Functions and Uses
  • Function Definition
  • Calling a Function
  • Function with arguments
  • Return statement
  • Access unassigned parameters
  • Anonymous functions
  • Self invoking functions
  • Function as arguments
  • Closure
  • Local and Global scope
  • Lifetime of a variable
  • Hoisting.
  • Meta tag
  • HTML Video Tags
  • HTML Audio Tags
  • ARIA Landmark roles
  • Checking HTML5 document structure and semantic
  • HTML5 - Local Storage
  • HTML5 geolocation api
  • Modernizr
  • Introduction to jQuery
  • Setting up jQuery
  • jQuery Syntax & Selector
  • DOM Ready
  • Selecting Elements in jQuery
  • Attribute Selector
  • Filtering Elements
  • Handling Events
  • Events Types
  • Introduction to Bootstrap
  • Why use BootStrap?
  • First BootStrap page
  • BootStrap Containers
  • BootStrap Grid System
  • Typography BootStrap
  • Handling Tables
  • Form Handling
  • Input Controls
  • Modifying and Handling Form Elements
  • Form Validation
  • Image Handling
  • Glyphicons
  • Pagination
  • Handling Nav Items
  • Nav Classes
  • Navbars
  • Modals
  • Carousel.
Job Preparation Week
After you complete your course, our unique job preperation solution makes sure you can check out all the essentials of your job preperation checklist, right from your resume to your interview skills.
In-depth Mock Interviews
With 2 In depth mock interviews, you are at complete edge over the others.
Resume Building And Interview Questions
Resume builds the first impression and we help you build a resume that stands out.
Online Reputation Building
Helps build a strong online presence in LinkedIn, Git, Stack Overflow and many more.
Resume Sharing With Top Employers
Your resume is shared with top employers, so that you find your dream job.
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This course is intended for those who want to build beautiful, interactive websites by learning the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript - three common coding languages on which all modern websites are built. In this course you will learn:
  • To design website using HTML.
  • To style the website developed in HTML using CSS.
  • To develop JavaScript codes.
Anyone who wants to become a web developer or design websites for blogs and websites in general can take this course.
There is no pre-requisite required for this course. Any basic computer knowledge should be helpful but is not mandatory.
These are the 3 fundamentals of web development. HTML is used for designing the web page; CSS is used to beautify the web page and JavaScript to apply the functionality. A combination of all the three can help you creating fascinating web page.
HTML, CSS and JavaScript will primarily be used for this course.
All you need is a Mac or Windows machine and an Internet connection of minimum speed of 500Kbps.
Besides the classes, spending around 3 hours each day will be enough.
If you decide to leave within first week of class starts , we refund fully. If you decide to leave before the class starts, 50% of the total paid fee would be deducted and the remaining amount will be refunded to the user. The refund policy would be applied if the total amount paid is more than 50% of the course fees. If a user is opting for a complementary course, then the refund policy would be applied only on the 1st course.
The classes are held on weekends as well as on weekdays. You can enroll for a batch that is convenient to suit your personal schedule.