Intro to Front-End Web Development

Free Seminar

Front-end web developers code the parts of the website you see working in a web browser. Learn about how the various web coding languages and technologies work, and how front-end web development differs from back-end or full-stack.

Learn about HTML, CSS, flexbox, grid, Bootstrap, JavaScript for front-end developers, web animation using the GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP), WordPress, coding emails versus webpages, and more.

This is the perfect way to learn about web development before you dive into one of our hands-on web certificate programs (in-person in NYC or live online), including:

See our front-end and web design programs compared.

What You’ll Learn

  • Learn about the various front-end web coding languages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • What does each coding language do, and how are they used?
  • What’s the difference between front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers? Which is right for you?
  • Learn why front-end developers are important, and what they do that most back-end or full-stack developers aren’t good at.
  • How coding webpages is different than coding emails (even though they both use HTML and CSS).

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Take the next step in your learning journey with a class at Noble Desktop. Get hands-on, interactive, training led by expert instructors. Quickly learn valuable new skills in a short workshop or start your career transformation in one of our immersive NY State-approved certificate programs.

Our flexible scheduling makes it easy to find a class at the right time for you, whether you attend in NYC or live online. All Noble Desktop classes come with a free retake within one year to ensure you get the most out or your learning experience.

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