Full-stack web developers are incredibly versatile. Their knowledge of multiple technologies allows them to work on all aspects of an application, quickly create complete prototypes, and adapt to fast-paced, ever-changing technologies. These skillsets make them highly valued and sought after by companies and organizations across the globe.
The Full-Stack Web Development Mini-Degree is the fast track to becoming an industry-ready full-stack web developer. You’ll learn the most popular modern languages and technologies by building real projects, including websites, webapps, REST APIs, and scripts.
You will master:
- Front-end tools: Bootstrap, Vue.js, jQuery, Semantic UI
- Server-side development: Node.js, Express, and MongoDB
- Web applications with React, Angular, & Next.js
- Version control with Git and GitHub
- Deployment with AWS and Azure
- Interactive pages with the DOM API
- Responsive web layouts with CSS Flexbox
- Templates with Bootstrap & Semantic UI
- Scalable applications with Vue.js
- Cross-browser websites with jQuery
- Data-rich webapps with React
- Single-page webapps with Angular
- Static, server-rendered apps with Next.js
- Server-side apps with Node.js
- REST APIs with Express & MongoDB
- Version control with Git & GitHub
- Deployment with AWS & Azure
This curriculum gives you all the tools needed to develop full-stack websites and webapps – featuring introductory modules for those who have never coded before, to intermediate courses perfect for more experienced developers looking to branch out into new specializations, this Mini-Degree is designed to help you succeed.
Why Learn Full-Stack Web Development?
Full-Stack web development is one of the fastest-growing areas of development. Offering developers numerous job opportunities as well as high salaries, it’s a flexible field that’s full of opportunities.
As more and more businesses become dependent on well-designed and functional websites, so does the demand for web developers, which sharply rises each year.
With a wide variety of frameworks in common use, developers who can work on both frontend and backend aspects of an application will have a distinct advantage.