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User Interface Development


Course Overview

All of those things are front end development. While web design is the way a website looks, front end development is how that design actually gets implemented on the web.

Front end developers use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to code the website and web app designs created by web designers. The code they write runs inside the user’s browser (as opposed to a back end developer, whose code runs on the web server). Think of it a little like this: the back end developer is like the engineer who designs and creates the systems that make a city work (electricity, water and sewer, zoning, etc.), while the front end developer is the one who lays out the streets and makes sure everything is connected properly so people can live their lives (a simplified analogy, but you get the rough idea). They’re also in charge of making sure that there are no errors or bugs on the front end, as well as making sure that the design appears as it’s supposed to across various platforms and browsers.

  • HTML & CSS
  • HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are the most basic building blocks of web coding. Without these two things, you can’t create a website design, and all you’ll end up with is unformatted plain text on the screen. You can’t even add images to a page without HTML!

  • JavaScript
  • JavaScript lets you add a ton more functionality to your websites. You can even create a lot of basic web applications using nothing more than HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (JS for short). On the most basic level, JS lets you add a lot of interactive elements to your websites.

  • jQuery
  • jQuery is a JavaScript library: a collection of plugins and extensions that makes developing with JavaScript faster and easier. Rather than having to code everything from scratch, jQuery lets you add ready-made elements to your projects, that you can then customize as necessary

  • JavaScript Frameworks
  • JS frameworks (including AngularJS, Backbone, Ember, and ReactJS) give a ready-made structure to your JavaScript code. There are different types of frameworks for different needs, though the four mentioned are the most popular in actual job listings.

  • Front End Frameworks
  • CSS and front end frameworks (the most popular front end framework is Bootstrap) do for CSS what JS Frameworks do for JavaScript: they give you a jumping-off point for faster coding. Since so much CSS starts with exactly the same elements from project to project, a framework that defines all of these for you upfront is super valuable.

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Course Syllabus

  • Introduction to Web Technologies
  • How the Website Works?
  • Types of Websites (Static, Dynamic and CMS Websites)
  • Responsive Web Designing
  • Client and Server Scripting Languages
  • Domains and Hosting
  • Web Standards and W3C recommendations
  • Careers in Web Technologies and Job Roles
  • Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
  • Interface Tour of Photoshop
  • Document settings – Dimensions,Color Modes,Resolution and Presets
  • Move Tool
  • Marque Tool
  • Lasso Tool
  • Quick Selection, Magic Wand
  • Crop, Slicing Tool
  • Healing Brush, Patch Tool
  • Brush Tool
  • History Brush
  • Eraser Tool
  • Pattern Stamp, Clone Stamp
  • Gradient Tool
  • Blur and Exposure Tool
  • Pen Tool, Shape Tool
  • Text Tool
  • Other Photoshop Tools
  • Layers, Groups and Smart Object
  • Blending Options
  • Filter Effects
  • Client requirement Analysis
  • Realtime Website Layout Design
  • Responsive Design with Grids
  • Practical Task in Layout Design
  • Introduction to HTML
  • Basic Structure of HTML
  • Difference Between HTML and XHTML
  • Head Section and its Elements
  • Meta, CSS, Script, Title and Favicon
  • HTML 4 tags
  • Table tag and div tag
  • Headings, Paragraph, Lists, Pre and Span Tags
  • Anchor Links and Named Anchors
  • Image Tag,Object Tag,Iframe Tag
  • Form Tag and its attributes
  • POST and GET Method
  • Fieldset and Legend
  • Text input, Text area
  • Checkbox and Radio Button
  • Dropdown, List and Optgroup
  • File Upload and Hidden Fields
  • Submit, Image, Normal, Reset Button
  • HTML 5 tags
  • Header,Nav,Main,Section,Article tags
  • Aside,Figure,Dialog,Details,Summary and Footer tags
  • Mark,Figcaption,Code and Cite tags
  • Audio and Video tags
  • Input tag new attributes and values
  • Buttons,Datalist,Required,Placeholder and Autofocus
  • Using HTML tags in realtime websites
  • HTML Validators
  • Understand web design
  • Set up your project
  • Structure web pages
  • Lay out web pages
  • Style text content
  • Add images and links
  • Create tables and forms
  • Test your website
  • Lay out web pages
  • Practice project: Create your first website
  • Style text content
  • Structure web pages
  • Add images and links
  • Design responsive websites
  • Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
  • Defining CSS
  • CSS Selectors
  • Universal Selector
  • ID Selector
  • Tag Selector
  • Class Selector
  • Sub Selector
  • Child Selector
  • Adjacent Sibling Selector
  • Attribute Selector
  • Group selector
  • CSS 2 Properties
  • Type Properties
  • Background Properties
  • Block Properties
  • Box Properties
  • List Properties
  • Border Properties
  • Positioning Propeties
  • Realtime Implementation
  • CSS Menu Design (Horizontal, Vertical and Drop-down menus)
  • Form Designing
  • CSS 3 Advanced Selectors
  • nth-child() and nth-of-type
  • first-of-type and last-of-type
  • first-child and last-child
  • first-line and first-letter
  • before and after
  • CSS 3 Properties
  • Rounded corners
  • Advanced Background Properties
  • Shadow property
  • New Font properties
  • Opacity
  • Gradients
  • Transition and Transform properties
  • Animation properties
  • Introduction to Responsive Design
  • Devices and their dimension ranges
  • View-port tag
  • Using css media queries
  • Basic Custom Layout
  • Introduction to Bootstrap
  • Installation of Bootstrap
  • Grid System
  • Forms
  • Buttons
  • Tables and Images
  • Image sliders
  • Icons Integration
  • Realtime page design using bootstrap
  • Javascript Introduction
  • What is JavaScript?
  • PreRequirements
  • Creating a JavaScript file
  • Tools Required
  • Basics of Javascript
  • Structure of a JavaScript Code
  • DataTypes, Variables & Operators
  • Looping & Conditional Statements
  • Functions
  • Types & Objects
  • Arrays
  • Numbers
  • Strings
  • Dates
  • Objects
  • DOM (Document object model)
  • What is DOM?
  • Element Nodes
  • Getting Element Nodes
  • Changing DOM Content
  • Creating DOM Elements
  • Events & Listeners
  • Events Overview
  • Responding to Mouse Events
  • Form Events
  • Timers
  • Debugging Javascripts
  • Common Mistakes
  • Using Firebug
  • Debugging a page
  • Application of Javascripts
  • Smarter Forms
  • UI Enhancements
  • Countdown
  • Resizing webpages
  • Javascript Libraries
  • Libraries Overview
  • JQuery and more...
  • Introduction to jQuery
  • jQuery Features
  • Installing jQuery
  • jQuery Syntax
  • jQuery Ready Function
  • jQuery Selectors
  • jQuery Actions
  • jQuery plugins
  • jQuery Validation plugin
  • jQuery Slideshow
  • jQuery Dropdown
  • jQuery UI
  • Working with jQueryUI
  • jQuery Accordions
  • jQuery Tabs
  • jQuery Tooltips
  • jQuery Autocomplete
  • Web Hosting Basics
  • Types of Hosting Packages
  • Registering domains
  • Defining Name Servers
  • Using Control Panel
  • Creating Emails in Cpanel
  • Using FTP Client
  • Maintaining a Website
  • Clients Requirement Analysis
  • Planning the Website
  • Creating the HTML/CSS Structure
  • Creating project using Bootstrap
  • Integration of Features using JS and jQuery
  • Project Testing
  • Graphics (Icon, Buttons, Backgrounds)
  • Photoshop (Brushes, Patterns, Textures, Styles, Gradients, Actions)
  • PSD Templates
  • Study Material in PDF
  • Daily Notes in Class
  • All class examples files on our FTP server space for easy access.
  • Professional CSS Templates
  • Professional Flash Templates
  • 100 Stock Photos for Website Work
  • Java Scripts and Jquery Files (Date, Slideshow, Dropdowns, Modal and Ajax Scripts)
  • 100% Job Assistance till you get placed.
  • Demo Project in course
  • Email Support for any issues after the course

Course Features

  • Industry professionals as Trainers - No Academic trainers
  • Well researched advanced course content created by Industry professionals
  • 50+ FrontEnd Development videos
  • 300(+) Assignments
  • Free access to Text based learning resources - 400(+) PDFs | 500(+) PPTs
  • Live web design project
  • 1000(+) Recruitment partners across Maharashtra
  • Technical & HR Interview preparations
  • Exam + Industry recognised Certificate
  • Unlimited Job calls

Job profile

Companies that have front-end developers, as opposed to just designers work with dynamic websites/applications. It is the job of the front-end developer to merge the application language with client side scripting to achieve design goals, simply put. Front end developer will be able to create clear, easy, fast pages and interfaces that will make people understand and care about the information, by putting it in context, expose its legitimacy or lack thereof, and reveal their implicit or explicit interconnection.

  • Build user interfaces used by millions
  • Craft new features from the ground up, and improve existing ones
  • Use your CSS and JavaScript skills to ensure cross-browser support

Trainers Profile

  • Design and build dynamic end-user interfaces (including data visualization), using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Experience with web development (e.g., experience in cross-browser development, web performance optimization, and usage of a JavaScript frameworks like jQuery, Sencha, KendoUI.
  • Knowledge of current W3C standards
  • Solid development skills, particularly related to HTML, CSS, and Javascript.
  • 2+ years of experience in software development work

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