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?
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
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
In this video we you'll get an overview of everything you're going to learn to become a full-stack web developer. Learn front end to backend web development with HTML, CSS, Bootstrap 4, es6, Node, Express, Mongo & React.
In this lesson you're going to build your very first Hello World website with HTML! You'll create your first .html file and preview it.
An introduction to the basic and foundational HTML tags
An introduction to more advanced HTML tags
In this lesson you'll learn how to use HTML tables to display data.
Simple rule when using tables - Use tables for tabular data, use other elements for presentation (designing layouts using css) like div, section, aside, nav etc . which provides meaning to the content they hold rather than using table for everything.
In this lesson you'll learn how to use HTML <img> tags for displaying images and <form> tags to group form data.
In this lesson we'll discuss what CSS is and how it has evolved over the years.
In this lesson we'll discuss 3 different ways to set up CSS in your projects. A few CSS styles will be used that we haven't covered yet. No worries, we will cover how these style properties later in this section.
In this lesson we'll cover element, class and id selectors and how they're used to style HTML.
I'll be using TONS of different CSS styling rules we haven't covered. DON'T WORRY about that. We'll cover all of these styling rules later on in the lessons. Just pay attention to how to use the element, class and id selectors.
In this lesson we'll cover the basics of using colors in CSS
In this lesson we'll cover the basics of using backgrounds and borders in CSS
In this lesson we'll demonstrate how to use the browser inspector tools for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. These tools will give you an "under the hood" look at how your HTML and CSS are working together. This is a crucial tool that you will use everyday in web development.
In this lesson we'll discuss how HTML parent and child element relationships work. This means having an element with additional elements nested within it. This is important to know so you can understand which CSS rules will apply to certain elements.
In this lesson we'll cover how you can group selectors and apply the same CSS declaration to multiple elements.
My favorite word haha. In this lesson we'll discuss how different HTML elements hold a different "point value". Different HTML selectors will take priority over other selectors. This is important to learn so you can understand how browsers decide which CSS rules to apply to your HTML.
In this lesson you'll learn how to work with different CSS methods for styling text
In this lesson you'll learn where to find a variety of fonts you can use in your HTML/CSS project. Just remember, using too many different fonts will make your website look "busy" and bring down the quality.
In this lesson you'll learn a variety of ways you can work with images using CSS.
In this lesson you will learn the difference between CSS margin and padding and how and when to use them on HTML elements.
Using CSS you will create your own row and column classes to use in your HTML. Using Rows and Columns are the most powerful way to structure and place content on your website.
Get excited to build your first website using pure HTML and CSS!
In this lesson you're going to learn how to build a navbar for a desktop view using raw HTML and CSS. You'll get a taste how powerful CSS is and how you can completely change HTML with it.
In this video you're going to learn how to make your navbar mobile compatible using CSS. You'll learn how to get all your nav links to hide on collapse of the viewport.
In this lesson we're going to build a section of our website using form groups and styling them with CSS.
In this video you're going to learn how to use responsive iframes in your HTML which are used to embed video into your websites. We'll also add some addition tweaks to this using CSS.
In this video you're going to take your CSS skills to a new level and use box shadows to create really cool effects on images. You can use these box shadows on almost anything! Just don't go crazy with them on your own websites ;)
In this video you're going to learn how to place text and images next to each other in your HTML. We'll also use CSS to help control the layout of it. This is going to be helpful to learn as you'll use this skill when you build your own websites.
Drum roll please....Using HTML and CSS lets build the last part of our website, the footer!
Bootstrap 4 is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework in the world. It makes laying out websites a breeze!
In this video you're going to learn how to download Bootstrap 4
In this video you're going to learn how to setup and use Bootstrap 4 in your project.
Bootstrap 4 has so many pre-built HTML components which also include pre-defined styled classes! It's nice when someone does the work for you
In this video we dive through some of Bootstrap 4's pre-built classes so we can get a basic understanding how these classes are set up. This way, if we need to override any Bootstrap 4 classes we'll have a better understanding how to.
In this video we are going to use a Bootstrap 4 card component for our Login Portal. We'll make some additional adjustments to it with CSS.
In this video we are going to use a Bootstrap 4 form group in our HTML for our input fields. We'll use some additional CSS to style them.
Bootstrap 4 comes with some great button classes. In this video we're going to create the Sign In button and add some labels to our HTML.
The greatest part of Bootstrap 4! Bootstrap 4 has different column classes you can add which change the column width behavior on different sized viewports.
In this video we are going to preview the awesome skate website we're going to build using Bootstrap 4 and CSS.
In this video we are going to use a Bootstrap 4 navbar component in our HTML for the first building block of our website! You'll see how cool this is and how it works right out of the box on desktop and mobile. Wow I love Bootstrap 4
A carousel? Are we going to the fair? Heck no! We're going to use a Bootstrap 4 carousel component to display an image slide in our HTML.
In this video we are going to learn how to nest Bootstrap 4 rows and columns so we can more precisely place content in HTML.
In this video we are going to learn how to use a Bootstrap 4 Modal component. This is like a popup that can display on your HTML page. We'll create our first Modal and add some content to it.
In this video we are going to use some Bootstrap 4 image and button classes to style......well....our images and buttons!
Did ya know....you can size your Bootstrap 4 modals!! Yup!
In this video we're going to build the footer of our website using Bootstrap 4. Why do they call it a footer? Well....your feet are placed at the bottom of your body.... So it only makes sense that the footer is placed at the bottom of an HTML body, RIGHT?
In this video we're going to show you how to add some awesome icons to your Bootstrap 4 website! Skate or Die
In this lesson we we get a quick idea how cool Sass is and what you should know before diving into this section.
Syntactically Awesome StyleSheet (SASS). The only word you really need to know in this abbreviation is AWESOME. In this lesson we will take a deeper dive into why Sass is one of the best CSS preprocessors.
In this lesson we learn how to install Sass via the Terminal using a magic gem...Then we'll walk through a basic project and compile our Sass into CSS so the browser can read it.
In this lesson we use some very basic Sass to build our FIRST website! Just follow along and we'll take a deeper dive into Sass in the upcoming videos.
In this quiz you will be texted on Sass syntax and concepts
In this lesson we'll learn 3 ways we can compile our Sass into CSS
In this lesson we'll learn some simple guidelines to structure the hierarchy folder and file structure of our project to keep it clean and organized.
In this lesson we'll learn how to use partials in Sass. Partials help us keep our Sass scalable and more manageable. Sass ignores these Sass partials when compiled into CSS and won't create additional, un-neededCSS files. We'll learn more about why this is important.
In this lesson we'll learn how to create Variables in Sass to store all kinds of values. Variables are a core Sass feature and very useful. We'll also learn how to get our Sass Partials to import into a single Sass file which will act as an index for every Partial we're using.
In this lesson we'll learn how to create a Sass Mixin and how we can recycle a single style rule and customize it for any element!
In this lesson we'll learn how to create an Extend and add set style rules to any other selectors
In this lesson we're going to take a look at the polished version of the Landing Page we'll be styling with Sass
In this lesson we'll set up the base Variables we'll be using in our Landing Page. We'll dive into the many values Variables can store.
In this lesson we're going to use some of our Variables to style the navbar
In this lesson we're going to use our Variables to style the banner container that will hold the intro content of our Landing Page.
In this lesson we're going to style the content of our banner container using other Variables that we created.
In this lesson we're going to do some quick cleanup in our Sass files to make sure everything is working and compiling the right Variable values
In this lesson we're going to create a standard style rule that we can extend to other selector types for adding additional style rules
In the lesson we're going to create a simple container with some images to separate the two sections we're creating in our Landing Page.
In this lesson we're going to create an advanced, insanely customizable mixin for our buttons.
In this lesson we're going to create the last container of our Landing Page, add some content and style it with Sass
In this lesson we're going to create the LAST component to our Landing Page. We'll be building a simple footer that's completely scalable using Sass. By this point we have finished our Landing Page and it's looking awesome!
Feel free to make any needed style tweaks to make your Landing Page look perfect
I am a veteran mobile developer having built over 57 mobile apps for iOS and Android, and I've also build multiple Unity 3D games, including Call of Duty Ghosts mobile.
I also spend most of my days now as a professional engineering instructor - changing the lives of students throughout the world - helping them make amazing salaries as engineers.
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