Certificato per applicazioni Web per principianti€245
If you have ever used Netflix, listened to Spotify or purchased goods via Amazon, then you know well the smooth experience of using a web application. In fact, web apps are becoming even more sophisticated and ubiquitous.
A fast growing industry, web app development is driving a demand for quality Web Developers and predictions are that this demand is likely to grow exponentially in the next decade! The time is now to learn to develop applications for the Web and with the huge variety of web technologies and frameworks available, web application development is now easier than ever.
Whether you are excited at the possibility of developing web applications for your commercial or personal needs, you will find this course useful. We have covered the basics of web apps and included tips and example code to get you on your way to your first web application in no time.
In this course we cover the basic elements of web applications including front end, back end, databases and the code needed to connect all of these into a working app. We have included guidelines for application development, outlined the process with its individual stages from feature definition to publishing your app to a web server. Along with that, we cover a lot of frameworks – both for the front end and the back end of your web app that will accelerate the process of development and save you time and stress. We also discuss cutting edge technologies for developing web apps and some latest trends.
The aim of the course is to equip you with the knowledge and tools to build your first web application. It is a practical course with code example, coding activities and plenty of guidance material to help you complete them.
You will learn:
- What a web application is and how it works with browsers and servers
- The development methodologies, their differences and the different stages in web app development
- How to define the features, technical requirements and plan your web app project
- What a front end is and the languages used for front end coding
- What User Interface, User Experience and Material Design are and why they matter
- The difference between relational and non-relational databases and how to create them
- The elements that make up a typical backend and the most popular frameworks