Front-End Development Course

Part Time | 4 Months

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If you’re looking for a high-demand IT career, the front-end development course can lead any beginner through the process, or take intermediate-level professionals to the next level in their careers as Front End Developers. Land your six-figure IT career! 

Frontend Developer
Front-End Development

Course Overview

Front-end refers to the client-side of an application that users can see and interact with. The foundation technology of the front-end development is a combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. After mastering these skills, there’s no limit to what you can learn and how many skills you can add to your resume.

In Front-end Development Course, we provide structured project-based learning with live instructions and 1-on-1 mentoring support. This provides our students with the necessary skills and the confidence to land their dream front-end developer jobs. After this course, our students will be able to:

  • Design complete web applications and websites
  • Use Bootstrap, SASS, and other styling UI libraries to style their websites and applications
  • Develop web applications and websites with Javascript
  • Develop web applications with ReactJS
  • Deploy these apps and websites to popular servers
  • Handle and ensure accessibility and security compliance such as user authentication and access control for an application working online
  • Use version control systems such as Git integrated with Github
  • Build a portfolio with 11 hands-on projects!

The Front End Web Developer Course is a 4-month program that includes more than 240+ hours of in-class sessions and 54 hours of Career Management Services (CMS). Students will work on 15 projects in the front-end course. There will be a cupstore project to implement all the skills they learnt at the end of course. In each project, students will implement what they have learned and gain experience with real-world examples.

Why Front-End Development?

Satisfaction

Everyone sees your product and uses it

Great Pay

Average salary $100,000+ in the US

Easy to Learn

You don’t need any degree. Just the skills you need

Upcoming Programs

Front End Development

Schedule : Part-time
Duration : 4 Months
Curriculum : Module 1 (Front-End Development) 
Prerequisites

  • GIT

1 August 2022

Premium Front End Development with IT Fundamentals (15 seats only)

Schedule : Part-time/Full-time
Duration : 7 Months
Curriculum : IT Fundamentals + Module 1 (Front-End Development) 
Level : Beginner (No Prerequisites)

11 August 2022

Premium Front End Development (15 seats only)

Schedule : Part-time/Full-time
Duration : 4 Months
Curriculum : Module 1 (Front-End Development) 
Prerequisites

  • GIT

15 August 2022

What Will You Learn?

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Information Technologies Fundamentals (ITF)
(Only for Premium Courses)

  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Computational Thinking
  • Software Development Life Cycle
  • Scratch (Google CS First)
  • Agile
  • Jira
  • Linux
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • GIT
  • Programming with Python
  • SQL
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Front-End Development

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Bootstrap5
  • SASS
  • Javascript
  • jQuery
  • React
  • APIs
  • DEPLOYMENT
  • Firebase
  • Redux
  • 15+ Hands-on projects

What Our Alumni Told ?

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“Clarusway is teaching on-demand technologies. I strongly recommend Clarusway, if you are on the look out for a bootcamp. The instructors have strong knowledge in their fields. The most important thing is, they are always there when you need help. The pre-class materials are very well structured...”
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“It's been a month and a half since I started the course. With its Experienced Instructors, Professionally Prepared Documents and Curriculum, CMS team is very experienced and caring. I believe that I will land a good job in the IT industry when I finish the bootcamp. I'm glad I attended a bootcamp. ”
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"I wish I had met this guys before. It was a cumbersome process to find a suitable IT course with good and up-to-date curriculum and good instructors for me. I tried two different courses else where, even graduated from one on .Net. But here in Clarusway it was all perfect..."
Mark
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“After spending so much time in marketing, I have long considered switching to web development. I found out about bootcamps, and that really solidified my decision. I looked at the online bootcamps and spoke with a few people who have completed a number of courses. After putting in applications to several schools, I eventually picked Clarusway..."
Edward B.
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“Learning code! Well you can think that it’s impossible. it’s not easy actually , but not impossible! The lessons and the learning methodology are really well-built. Teacher are comprehensive and patient. After the bootcamp, I found a fantastic job on a startup as a data product manager, all thanks to the skills I acquired at Clarusway.”
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“My first contact with code was through Clarusway's Bootcamp, and I enjoyed it very much! The 7 Months of Bootcamp taught us a lot, and each of us experienced a different time of adaptation to understand how to code. Some people learn faster than others, so the effort you put in will have a significant impact on your progress...”
Goksel B.
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“It has very nice lectures. Instructors are very experienced in this regard. Even though I have never had a IT background before, I understood them very easily, I think it is the best among bootcamps. The course fee is reasonable and easy to pay.”
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“From zero point to the top. If you wanna start an IT career I recommend Clarusway. Just try and see.”
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“Clarusway Bootcamp is very helpful for my IT development road. They not teach only coding, they teach everything necessary for an IT job and give valuable information about this sector."

Frequently Asked Questions

Front-end web developers are in high-demand – they can work for a company or freelance. Web development on the front-end involves creativity and problem-solving capabilities. In addition, front-end developers can develop websites that provide users with the most optimal experience. 

There is a push for an online presence in all sectors, and client/user engagement is a challenge for companies to handle. Whether you choose to work for a corporation, non-profit, or become your own boss as an entrepreneur, you can create a successful career using front-end development skills. A career in front-end web development is exciting because it’s constantly changing and evolving. There will always be new tools and skills to keep you engaged.

You can become a front-end developer within four months.

Following graduation, students will be prepared to work in various front-end (client-side) development positions. You will work on your designs by using programs, including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, during the projects in your company. 

The program is ideal for individuals who want to focus on client-side development. You will learn: 

  • Design complete web apps and websites,
  • Use Bootstrap, SASS, and other styling UI libraries to style their websites and applications,
  • Develop web apps and websites with Javascript,
  • Develop web apps with ReactJS,
  • Deploy these apps and websites to popular servers
  • Accomplish accessibility and security compliance (user authentication and access control etc. for online working),
  • Use version control systems such as Git integrated with Github,

The list above outlines the qualifications to become a front-end developer. To succeed in this program, you will need some knowledge of Python, React JS, HTML, and CSS. If you have these skills and are ready to apply them to real-world projects, we encourage you to enroll today!

We provide various payment options to make the program work for you:

Our program offers Front-End Development training – IT Fundamentals and Front-End Development (Module 1) in the class. If you have a background in HTML, Basic CSS, and GIT, you can upskill and distinguish yourself by learning Front-End Development. All you need is motivation, commitment, discipline, and a willingness to work hard to advance your IT career! We’ll show you the path to success! 

In this program, you will learn : 

-Information Technologies Fundamentals (ITF) Curriculum:

  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Computational Thinking
  • Software Development Life Cycle
  • Scratch (Google CS First)
  • Agile
  • Jira
  • Linux
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • GIT
  • Programming with Python
  • SQL

 

-Front-End Development (Module 1) Curriculum:

  • HTML Plus
  • CSS Plus
  • Bootstrap5
  • SASS (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets)
  • Javascript Core
  • Javascript Plus
  • DOM ( DOCUMENT OBJECT MODEL )
  • React.js
  • APIs ( APPLICATION PROGRAM INTERFACES )
  • DEPLOYMENT

You may appreciate the significance of the user interface (UI) for the appearance and design of apps and websites when you consider the rapid growth of technology usage. Front-end (client-side) programming will remain in high-demand for the foreseeable future. 

There are no prerequisites for the Front-End Development with IT Fundamentals (IT Fundamentals + Module 1 (Front-End Development)) program. 

Front-End Development (Module 1) program’s prerequisites are:

  • Basic HTML
  • Basic CSS
  • GIT

With the exponential proliferation of mobile applications and the web, the Front-End Development job will always be an amazing platform for discovering information and engaging with people. 
If you shift to new technologies and seek continual education as programs age (or become obsolete), you’ll stay on the cutting edge of technology advancement. Firms and clients always seek individuals with the latest skillset. It’s critically important to stay current in your field so you’ll always have a successful career progression. We make that possible at Clarusway!

The average salary of a Front-End developer is $102,284 per year in the United States. However, the pay may vary depending on the company and projects you work on.
The client-side of an application, which users can view and interact with, is referred to as the Front-End. The Front-End development technique is built on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript foundation. There is no limit to what you can study and how many abilities you can add to your portfolio once you have mastered these skills.

A Front-End Developer is a professional who works on the client side of websites and applications. The role of a Front-End Developer is to design the UI of a website or app using foundation technology combined with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. 

Front-End and Back-End developers are responsible for distinct aspects of a website or an application. Front-End development is programming that focuses on the user-facing visual parts of a website or app (the client-side). Back-End development focuses on the portion of a website that users cannot view (the server-side).

In Clarusway, the Front-End Development Course is a three-month curriculum that includes over 240 hours of in-person instruction and 54 hours of Career Management Services (CMS). Students will work on three projects that will be completed in three weeks. 
We give organized project-based learning with live instruction and one-on-one mentoring to provide our students with the skills and foundation required to land their ideal Front-End developer jobs.

The Front-End developers’ skills are: 

  • Designing complete web apps and websites
  • Using Bootstrap, SASS, and other styling UI libraries to style the websites and apps
  • Developing web apps and websites with Javascript and libraries (ReactJS etc.)
  • Deploying the apps and websites to the servers
  • Accomplishing the accessibility and security compliance (user authentication, access control, etc.)
  • Using version control systems (Git etc.)
Thanks to Clarusway bootcamp, you do not need a degree to be a Front-End developer. The Front-End Development course enables any novice without a degree or IT background to advance to a respectable level in their careers as Front-End developers.

In the United States, there are between 4,000 and 7,000 job advertisements for Front-End developers on internet recruitment websites. In addition, the search phrase for Front-End developers has increased by nearly 300 percent over the past decade. 
With these two figures, we can confidently assert that Front-End developer positions are in high demand globally.

A Front-End developer usually works in a tech company that designs and builds the UI of websites or apps for any field. Additionally, some non-tech companies may hire Front-End developers for their websites or apps to keep them updated visually for the users. A Front-End developer can also be a freelancer who works remotely. 

The average salary of a Front-End developer is $102,284 per year in the United States.

Back-End developers may make a bit more due to some abilities and experience in constructing the mainframe, developing functions, and storing data in the database. But the compensation varies depending on the organization, scope of the project, and skill level. 
For the reasons above, Internet job listings for Front-End developers may offer higher salaries than Back-End developers.

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