Top Toronto Web Development Courses

Find the perfect Web Development class for you in Toronto. We’ve found 18 courses available in-person or live online with class duration ranging from 30 hours to 16 weeks and pricing ranging from $1,250 to $17,000.

  • Juno College of Technology Web Development

    Newcomers to web development learn about coding in this introductory course. including working with the basics of HTML and CSS. Students go beyond the basics into incorporating responsive development and creating the finishing touches of their projects with one-on-one mentorship. By the end of the session, they’ll have web projects build from scratch to include in their portfolio.

    In-person @ 483 & 485 Queen St West, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $2,000
    • 65 Hours, 40 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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  • Juno College of Technology Web Development Bootcamp

    This bootcamp provides immersive, comprehensive instruction in HTML5 & CSS3, responsive design, JavaScript and React, Rest APIs & Firebase, Git & Command Line Tools, and version controls with wireframing and scope documentation.

    In-person @ 483 & 485 Queen St West, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $13,995
    • 9 Weeks
    • See provider
    • Beginner
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  • Pragra Full-Stack Java Course

    This class covers Java programming with a focus on modern DevOps and automation tools, RESTful services, and data structures.

    In-person @ 125 Topflight Dr, Mississauga, ON Also available online
    • $3,500
    • 38 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
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  • Lighthouse Labs Web Development Bootcamp

    Remake yourself into a web development professional in this twelve-week bootcamp. Participants learn how to think like a programmer and master the necessary tools. Specific course topics include CSS, JavaScript, HTML, Node.js, and associated libraries, React JS and other JavaScript frameworks, Chai, Mocha, and other automated testing platforms, database modeling and software architecture, Ruby on Rails and other design patterns, and algorithms and other computer science fundamentals.

    In-person @ 662 King St W, Toronto, ON
    • $12,500
    • 12 Weeks, 40 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
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  • General Assembly Software Engineering Immersive

    This software engineering program is designed to help individuals with little to no programming or computer science experience get up to speed and launch a career in tech. Through their blended learning model, students will be able to hone their tech skills through 14 hours of preparatory work, in-class project work, and though the support of a devoted career coach. Students in this course will start their software engineering journeys by learning the fundamentals in software engineering, like coding with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. As the course progresses, students will become familiar with Front-End and Full-Stack Development, focusing on algorithmic thinking, core programming concepts, and debugging best practices. The course concludes with Front-End Frameworks, incorporating APIs into Full-Stack Development. This course culminates with a final lab project where students get to apply their newly acquired software engineering skills to build an application.

    In-person @ 220 King St W, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $16,450
    • 12 Weeks
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
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  • Lighthouse Labs Intro To Web Development Course

    This intensive six-week bootcamp equips participants to pursue professional web developer careers. Through a combination of live instruction, individual and group projects, and class discussions, participants explore topics like an introduction to coding, interfacing with other development team members, and breathing life into entrepreneurial ideas. The curriculum covers many basic programming languages, including GitHub, HTTP, HTML, Ruby, CSS, and Sinatra.

    In-person @ 662 King St W, Toronto, ON
    • $1,500
    • 6 Weeks, 6 hr/wk
    • Evenings or Weekends
    • Beginner
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  • Juno College of Technology JavaScript

    Those who have web development skills in HTML and CSS learn how to use JavaScript to make their websites interactive. Topics covered in this course include adding elements to a website with functioning inputs and animations and learning about the advantages of adding higher-level projects into their portfolios that incorporate JavaScript.

    In-person @ 483 & 485 Queen St West, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $2,000
    • 65 Hours, 40 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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  • General Assembly Front-End Web Development Course

    This program covers the skills needed to start building responsive websites with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript — a versatile skill set with powerful applications in a variety of design, marketing, and other tech-related roles. Open to complete beginners, this course equips students with the cutting-edge tools they need to build rich, interactive websites. Participants will dive into essential programming languages, then round out their skill sets with industry-relevant topics like responsive design, APIs, and version control. Finally, they’ll apply these new skills to build a custom website from scratch.

    In-person @ 220 King St W, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $4,500
    • 60 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
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  • General Assembly JavaScript Course

    This JavaScript course is a flexible program designed to help individuals with a general understanding of HTML and CSS enhance and broaden their front-end development toolkit. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and expert-led videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will broaden their knowledge of JavaScript fundamentals, learn the basics of object-oriented programming, and learn best practices when working with jQuery, browsers, and the Document Object Model (DOM). This course will also teach students how to utilize data from various Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and how to persist data using a provider like Firebase. The JavaScript course concludes with a final project where students showcase their enhanced JavaScript knowledge by building a single-page application incorporating many regular design patterns in addition to the consuming and persisting user data from APIs.

    In-person @ 220 King St W, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $4,500
    • 60 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
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  • General Assembly React JS Course

    This React JS course is a dynamic program designed to help individuals with a firm grasp of HTML, DOM, and JavaScript to create responsive websites with the ability to adapt to changing data. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and expert-led videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will learn how to create React application, understand how React works, as well as React programming essentials, like components, JSX, props, and state. This course will also guide students through building multi page web applications with the React router package, creating a custom web application, and how to incorporate an API in a React application. The React JS course concludes with a final lab project where students get to apply their React JS knowledge by building a React application of their choosing.

    In-person @ 220 King St W, Toronto, ON Also available online
    • $4,500
    • 40 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Advanced
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