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BEGINNER FULL STACK WEB DEVELOPMENT: HTML, CSS, REACT & NODE


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BEGINNER FULL STACK WEB DEVELOPMENT: HTML, CSS, REACT & NODE

Learn web development with HTML, CSS, Bootstrap 4, ES6 React and Node

WEB DEVELOPMENT

Created by Mark Price, Devslopes by Mark Price
Last updated 8/2018
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What you’ll learn

Requirements

  • You should have a PC or Mac and know how to turn it on!
  • Have an Internet connection

Description – WEB DEVELOPMENT

Welcome to the Ultimate Web Developer Bootcamp. This is your one-stop-shop to learn front-end AND back-end development.

We’ll take you from absolute beginner to competent full-stack web developer in a matter of weeks.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?

  • Anyone who is curious about programming
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Those looking for a career change
  • Serious coders & hobbyists
  • Students & teenagers
  • Anyone who wants to learn web development

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Javascript
  • Bootstrap 4
  • DOM Manipulation
  • NPM
  • Node
  • MongoDB
  • REST
  • Express
  • ES6
  • React

Devslopes has taught over 100,000 students how to code. Using our exciting, hands-on teaching style you are sure to master the principles AND have fun at the same time.

We also have a free chat community with over 50,000 students where you can interact and get help from others.

See you on the inside!

– Mark Price

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for beginners – no prior experience is required
  • This course is for entrepreneurs & hobbyists
  • This course is for those looking for a career change
  • This course is for anyone who wants to learn front-end and backend development
  • This course is for students

Size: 7GB [Updated Link]

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