Web Development Course
Web Development Course
Understand the basics of Web Development, its architecture, its components and learn how to put them together to build a complete web application.

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About the course

What you will learn
Understand the basics of Web Development, its architecture, its components and learn how to put them together to build a complete web application.
To learn Basic terminologies
To learn Understand HTTP, FTP, REST API & JSON
To learn Introduction to Programming
To learn Database Connectivity
To learn Data Modeling & Data Validation
To learn APIs
To learn Application Deployment via Heroku
To learn Backend Architecture, Installation and Configuration
To learn Javascript & Object-Oriented Programming
To learn MVC Architecture
To learn Working with Data
To learn Authentication, Validation & Error Handling
To learn NginX as a Server

course description

What is Web Development?

Every business these days uses a website to communicate with its customers, so being a web developer is very much in demand. Web development comprises of Frontend or Client Side and Backend or Server Side. 

Frontend End Developer is the one who designs the client-side of the web application, i.e., what the users see on the browser when he visits the web page. A web developer is expected to be fluent in the following three languages:

HTML: HyperText Markup Language 

It is the foundation of every web page and provides the information to the web browser about how the content is structured by defining its different parts. The content of the web page can be defined under different HTML tags to tell the browser which parts are headings, side browser, footer, or main body of the website. 

The main area of HTML is to provide proper semantic markup, i.e., providing information about the type of content contained in HTML tags. 

CSS: Cascading Style Sheet

It is the design language that helps to describe the presentation of web pages. We use CSS to define how HTML to be looked at and laid out. We use CSS to make our web pages responsive, which means they look good and function well on any screen size or device. 


It is generally used by the frontend developers by the browsers using the DOM (Document Object Model), which is a representation of your web page or device. 

Web Pages designed by front end developer, but these are delivered to the browser with other behind the scenes functionalities like the website like retrieving data, storing data entered by the user, and more. So how is it done? It begins with the user entering the URL or submitting a form the browser connects to the web servers to respond with the right resources is the domain of the backend developer. 

Backend developer needs to know the programming language whatever web applications are written within as well as the database where data is stored. 

Here are some technologies that a backend developer must know: 

Web Server Software 

  • Apache 
  • NGINX 
  • Microsoft IIS 

Web Frameworks:

These are the library for programming languages that help the developer handle web requests. 

Popular Programming Languages and their web frameworks are: 

  • JavaScript 
    • Node.js 
    • Express 
  • Java 
    • Spring 
    • JSF( JavaServer Faces)
  • Python
    • Django 
    • Flask 
  • C#
    • ASP.NET Core 

Full Stack Developer is the person who handles both frontend and backend of a web application. 

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Classroom Type







10 Chapters






Twice per Week






3 Months


We follow the LAP (Learn - Assess - Project) methodology to improve your learning experience.

learn L - Learn
assessment A - Assess
project P - Project
Module 1

Introduction to Web Development

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This introductory module starts with the basics of Web development and how it works. It explores the basics of backend architecture and the basics of programming. It covers Node.js, Javascript, JSON, Variables, DataTypes, Conditional & Iteration Statements and other programming fundamentals.

Module 2

Working with Servers

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This module explains how to work with servers, how to structure code using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) programming framework and more.

Module 3

Connecting to Databases

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Databases help to store data in an organized structure. This module describes the concepts of relational databases and how to configure them.

Module 4

Authentication, Validation & Error Handling

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One of the most important aspects of data handling is its security. It explains the usage of the JSON Web Token for authentication and further validate all user data.

Module 5

Deploying your applications on the Cloud

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Once you have covered programming and database architectures, this module will teach you how to work with Heroku, a cloud platform, that enables you to build and run your applications in the cloud.

Module 6

Final Project

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Now you have learned here everything about backend development, and you will start a complete project where you will deploy some real-world projects.

course Requirements

Programming basics of C/C++ or atleast one other programming language is required.

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Vinayak Sarawagi
Senior Software Engineer
Vinayak works as Senior Software Engineer at hackr.io, and technologies like Node.js, AWS, Laravel, MongoDB, Firebase are his forte. He is an undergraduate in Computer Science and has several years of experience in building scalable projects. He is always up for challenges and likes participating in Hackathons and coding challenges. Gaming and trekking are the hobbies that he likes doing in his free time.

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