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Mobile and Desktop Web Developer / Responsive Web Design

The widespread use of smartphones has changed the way users interact with websites. Web developers must now build sites with complex, mobile-responsive design in mind. This intensive course will bring your web development skills up to speed, so your websites function across smartphones, tablets, and desktops environments. 

The Mobile and Desktop Web Developer / Responsive Web Design course will teach you how to build dynamic, mobile-first websites using the responsive CSS and JavaScript framework. You will learn the latest web development technologies and gain versatility as a web developer. 

In addition, you will learn the fundamentals of PHP, SQL, XML, jQuery, Bootstrap, and WordPress, putting you on the cutting edge of web development. By course completion, you will have built a mobile and desktop website with responsive web design to add to your professional portfolio.

12 Months / 460 Course Hrs
Open enrollment

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UMA Brunswick Center

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Details + Objectives

Course Code: GES319

What You Will Learn
  • Learn to develop websites for both mobile and desktop devices
  • Master basic HTML, the core technology behind almost all websites
  • Learn CSS for designing pages
  • Discover how to make your pages more dynamic with JavaScript
  • Practice the fundamentals of PHP and SQL to create database-driven websites
  • Develop an understanding of jQuery Mobile's capabilities, supported devices, and support for accessibility
How the course is taught
  • Self-paced, online course
  • 12 months to complete
  • Open enrollment, begin anytime
  • 460 course hours
How you will benefit
  • Gain intensive web development knowledge to jumpstart a career in a growing technical
  • Understand the latest trends in web development through learning the fundamentals of PHP, SQL, XML, Bootstrap, and WordPress
  • Build a website from scratch that can be used as the basis of your professional portfolio

Outline

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I. Introduction to HTML
  A.   A Quick Overview of Web Development 
  B.    Introduction to HTML 
  C.   Paragraphs, Headings and Text  
  D.    HTML Links  
  E.   HTML Images 
  F.   HTML Lists 
  G.    HTML Tables
  H.    Sectioning a Web Page
  I.   Audio and Video   
II. Introduction to CSS
  A.   Crash Course in CSS  
  B.   CSS Fonts
  C.   Color and Opacity
  D.   CSS Text  
  E.   Borders, Margins and Padding  
  F.   Backgrounds
  G.   Display and Visibility
  H.   Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements
  I.   Styling Tables with CSS  
  J.   Positioning
  K.   Transforms and Transitions   
  L.   Layouts
  M.   CSS Lists as Hierarchical Navigation
  N.   Media Queries
III. Introduction to JavaScript
  A.    JavaScript Basics 
  B.   Variables, Arrays and Operators
  C.    JavaScript Functions
  D.    Built-In JavaScript Objects 
  E.   Conditionals and Loops
  F.   Event Handlers and Listeners
  G.   The HTML Document Object Model 
  H.   CSS Object Model 
  I.   Errors and Exceptions
IV. Creating, Styling, and Validating Forms
  A.   HTML Forms
  B.   JavaScript Form Validation
  C.    Styling Forms with CSS
  D.   Regular Expressions
  E.   Node.js and Server-side Form Validation
  F.   JSON  
V. jQuery Training Training
  A.   jQuery Intro
  B.   JavaScript Basics
  C.   jQuery Basic Concepts
  D.   jQuery Core 
  E.   Events and Event Handlers
  F.   Effects
  G.   Ajax
  H.   Plugins
  I.   Best Practices
  J.   Custom Events 
  K.   jQuery Mobile jQuery UI 
VI. Introduction to Bootstrap Training
  A.   Getting Started with Bootstrap Basics
  B.   Bootstrap Layout
  C.   Creating Responsive Navigation
  D.   Bootstrap Typography
  E.   Tables   
  F.   Bootstrap Forms   
  G.   Images   
  H.   Bootstrap Components   
  I.   Bootstrap Utilities   
  J.   Bootstrap Flex
VII. WordPress Training
  A.   Introduction and Setup Options    
  B.   WordPress Dashboard    
  C.   Posts    
  D.   Comments and Feedback    
  E.   Appearance    
  F.   Pages    
  G.   Reader Page  
VIII. Responsive Web Design
  A.   Designing for Mobile   
  B.   Flexible Grids   
  C.   Flexible Images and Other Media   
  D.   The Viewport and Media Queries   
  E.   HTML5: Mobile Specific Forms   
  F.   GeoLocation API   
  G.   Home Screen Icons   
  H.    Accelerometer   
  I.   Video   
  J.   jQuery Mobile   
  K.   Mobile Menus   
  L.   The Bootstrap Framework
IX. jQuery Mobile
  A.   What Is jQuery Mobile?   
  B.   Getting Started with jQuery   
  C.   Widgets and UI   
  D.   JavaScript and Events   
  E.   Integration with the Phone   
  F.   The Theme Framework   
  G.   Plugins   
X. Introduction to SQL Training
  A.   Relational Database Basics
  B.   Simple SELECTs
  C.   Advanced SELECTs
  D.   Subqueries, Joins, and Unions
XI. Introduction to PHP Training
  A.   PHP Basics
  B.   Flow Control
  C.   Arrays
  D.   PHP and HTML Forms
  E.   String Manipulation
  F.   Reusing Code and Writing Functions
  G.   Managing Data
  H.   Authentication with PHP and SQL
  I.   Regular Expressions
  J.   Session Control and Cookies
  K.   Sending Email with PHP
  L.   File System Management
XII. Introduction to XML Training
  A.   XML Basics
  B.   DTDs
  C.   XML Schema Basics
  D.   Simple-Type Elements
  E.   XSLT Basics
Mobile Web Developer Final Exam
Final Project
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Instructors & Support

Nat Dunn

Nat Dunn founded Webucator in 2003 to combine his passion for technical training with his business expertise and to help companies benefit from both. His previous experience was in sales, business and technical training, and management. Nat has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in International Relations from Pomona College.

Requirements

Requirements

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites to take this course. You are expected to be reasonably comfortable with computers and have an interest in programming and technology.

Requirements:

Hardware Requirements:

  • This course can be taken on either a PC or Mac, however all the presentations are done using a PC. If you have questions as to how to do an exercise on your Mac, you will be able to ask your instructor.

Software Requirements:

  • PC: Windows 10 or later.
  • Mac: OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 or later.
  • Browser: The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are preferred. Microsoft Edge and Safari are also compatible.
  • MAMP or XAMPP
  • You will need to have Administrative access to your computer so you can properly configure the software and download other software during the courses.
  • Visual Studio Code  (not included in enrollment, however available as a free download).
  • You will need one of the following databases (not included in enrollment):
    • Microsoft Access
    • Microsoft SQL
    • Server Express
    • MySQL Oracle
  • Adobe Flash Player. Click here to download the Flash Player.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download the Acrobat Reader.
  • Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins.

Other:

  • Email capabilities and access to a personal email account.
Instructional Materials

The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online. Manuals are included as downloadable PDFs throughout the course.

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FAQs

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Can I register for a course if I am an international student?

Yes, ed2go courses are completely online. However, keep in mind that not all certifying bodies or industry-specific certifications are recognized internationally. Please review your country’s regulations prior to enrolling in courses that prepare for certification.

Does this course prepare for a certification?

No.

When can I start the course?

This course is open enrollment, so you can register and start the course as soon as you are ready. Access to your course can take 24-48 business hours.

How long does it take to complete this course?

This course is self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start when you want and finish at your own pace. When you register, you'll receive twelve (12) months to complete the course.

What if I don't have enough time to complete my course within the time frame provided?

The time allotted for course completion has been calculated based on the number of course hours. However, if you are unable to complete the course, contact your Student Advisor to help you work out a suitable completion date. Please note that an extension fee may be charged.

What kind of support will I receive?

You may be assigned with an instructor or team of industry experts for one-on-one course interaction. Your support will be available (via e-mail) to answer any questions you may have and to provide feedback on your performance. All of our instructors are successful working professionals in the fields in which they teach. You will be assigned to an Advisor for academic support.

What happens when I complete the course?

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.

Am I guaranteed a job?

This course will provide you with the skills you need to obtain an entry-level position in most cases. Potential students should always do research on the job market in their area before registering.

Can I get financial assistance?

ed2go courses are non-credit, so they do not qualify for federal aid, FAFSA and Pell Grant. In some states, vocational rehab or workforce development boards will pay for qualified students to take our courses. Additionally, some students may qualify for financial assistance when they enroll, if they meet certain requirements. Financing is available from select schools. Learn more: https://www.ed2go.com/career/financial-assistance

How can I get more information about this course?

If you have questions that are not answered on our website, representatives are available via LIVE chat. You can also call us at 1-877-221-5151 during regular business hours to have your questions promptly answered. If you are visiting us during non-business hours, please send us a question using the “Contact Us” form.

How do you do the applied labs if you don’t have equipment?

The majority of labs can be done using the online lab system. A link to schedule the lab is included with the course for each lab that can be done online.

What will I do as a mobile and desktop web developer?

By training as a mobile and desktop web developer, you are opening doors to more job opportunities. As a desktop web developer, you will build modern websites using HTML5, CSS, XML, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, jQuery and more. Adding a mobile component will help you specialize in building websites designed to be viewed on mobile technology such as Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Understanding both mobile and desktop web development will ensure that people benefit from your work regardless of how they choose to access your site.

Why do I need to learn both mobile and desktop web development?

It is important to have websites that look good and work properly no matter how they are accessed by the public. Helping an organization reach their target audience means giving that audience information and resources whether they are sitting in front of a computer at home or visiting a website on their phone while on the go. Understanding both mobile and desktop web development will ensure that your work is seen by the maximum number of people regardless of where and how they choose to access your site.

What education do I need to become a mobile and desktop web developer?

There is no specific type of degree that a mobile and desktop web developer is required to hold. In fact, according to Census data, 38% of web developers hold less than a 4-year degree. To enter a career as a mobile and desktop web developer, a great place to start is an online training course like this one from ed2go, which will help you learn basic HTML, HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, XML, Ajax, jQuery, and more across various desktop and mobile platforms. Some employers may prefer a bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field. This is a path you can choose to take when you’re ready to move up, after you’ve gained some experience and decided that this is definitely the career for you.

Is a web developer the same as a software engineer?

Not exactly. Every web developer is considered a software engineer who specializes exclusively in developing web applications. However, every software engineer is not a web developer as they often design, build and maintain software outside of website applications.

What is the average salary of a mobile and desktop web developer?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary of a web developer is currently just under $68,000 per year. This salary can vary widely depending on your experience level, education, and the type of organization you work for.

Are mobile and desktop web developers in demand?

Yes, mobile and desktop web developers are in demand. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for web developers is very good. Employment is projected to grow by 15% through 2026 which is considered much faster than average. Understanding how to develop for both mobile and desktop users will improve your employment prospects even further.

What kind of hours do mobile and desktop web developers work?

The hours of mobile and desktop web developers vary depending on the volume of work. Typically, you will work a normal Monday through Friday, 9-5, but this can change quite a bit if you are coming up on a deadline or working on a very large project. Your hours can also be affected if you decide to go into business for yourself as this could mean that you choose when you want to work as it fits within your lifestyle.

Where do mobile and desktop web developers work?

Since our world is one that does business online, mobile and desktop web developers can literally work for any company in any industry. According to the BLS, 1 in 6 web developers currently work in computer systems design and other similar services industries. In addition, they report that 1 in 6 are self-employed. Your specific work environment will depend in some ways on your employer. You could be required to come on-site and work in an office every day, or you may be able to work remotely from home. Regardless of where you work physically, you can be sure that you will spend the majority of your time in front of a computer screen in this role.

What skills should a good web developer have?

To be a good web developer, you should know how to write HTML and CSS code as well as understand how to find and fix errors. You should also understand how to add interactivity to your websites with JavaScript or jQuery. You should be able to layout a website and take an idea and turn it into a working site. Finally, you should understand how to build a site so that it is viewable and useable in both desktop and mobile formats.

What is the difference between a web developer and a web designer?

Web designers use courses such as Adobe Photoshop to create page layouts and visual elements of website. Web developers use their creativity to work on design in addition to using coding skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc. to bring the design files to life.

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