Wrapped up Web Development Udemy Course

About the course

I am very pleased that I found an essential Web Development course on my journey to learning Web.

The course is Web Development Bootcamp by Udemy, as an iOS developer with a full-time job I had to take some time off from the journey last year as per prioritization. However, I was able to pick up the content during the holiday break and really took advantage of it to complete the course.

The course is incredibly in-depth and goes from HTML to deploying a Web app using Heroku.

Deploying Yelp Camp was a huge part of the course

Below are the complete topics and technologies covered in the course:

  • HTML
  • CSS
    • Flexbox and Layout
    • CSS Animations
    • Responsive Design
  • CSS Frameworks
    • Bootstrap
  • JavaScript
    • DOM Manipulation
    • Asynchronous JavaScript
  • AJAX and JSON
  • NodeJS and NPM
  • Web Frameworks
    • Express
  • Templating
    • EJS
  • RESTFul APIs
  • Databases
    • Schema Design
    • MongoDB
    • Mongoose (object modeling for MongoDB)
  • Security
    • Cross-site scripting (XSS)
    • Content Security Policy
  • Deploying
    • MongoDB Atlas
    • Heroku
  • Authentication
  • Authorization
  • Cooking and Sessions
  • Image Upload
  • Geocoding and Maps

Projects I’ve built along the way

Visit Saint Lucia

Visit Saint Lucia

Movies Site

Movies Site – I learned ReactJS outside this course when I built this project

Race Calendar

Race Calendar

Next Steps

The sites I built above are all static sites without user-generated content. With a passion for building and as I continue to build up my web development skills, my next pursuit is to build a CRUD web app (create, read, update and delete features) using the technologies I’ve learned throughout this web course.

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