Web designing courses offer basic techniques and approaches required for effective web page creation. Since front-end design relates to designing impressive websites from the users perspective, the core objective of this course is to train students on how to create user friendly websites adopting modern web designing concepts. As today’s companies prioritize effective websites as their fundamental investment it has become challenging for web designers to delight the clients with value added marketing benefits that could be generated from websites alone.
The web development process can be divided into three main components: server-side coding, client-side coding and database technology.
When you are viewing or using a website, you are known as a ‘user’ or a ‘client.’ So web applications or computer programs executed by a user’s web browser are referred to as client-side scripts. That means the program requests any files it needs to run from the web server, and then runs within the client’s web browser.
In contrast to client-side scripts, server-side scripts are executed on the web server whenever a user requests a document or service. The server then produces the document, usually in the form of HTML, which can be read by the client’s browser.
The document sent to the browser may often contain client-side scripts. ASP.NET, PHP, Java, ColdFusion, Perl, Python, and Ruby are examples of languages used for server-side coding.
For any website to function on the Internet, it must be hosted within a database on a webserver. The database contains all the files required for a website and its applications to function. Websites typically use some form of a relational database management system (RDBMS); the leading RDBMS options are Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Apache, and IBM. Open-source RDBMS are also very popular, led by MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB.
Front End Development
Front end development is also called as web designing. We teach our students as per following table of contents:
Semantic markup with HTML5
HTML5 structural tags
XHTML vs HTML5 ( Changed Element)
Current state of Browser Support
New input types
Search, Tel, Color, Number, Url, Email
Min, Max and Step attributes
Drawing with Arc
Understanding Cascading Style Sheets(CSS)
History , Current State of CSS3 support
How css relate to html
Inline, Internal and External
Importance and usability
width, min/max-width, height, min/max-height
Padding, Margin, Position
Float and clear
The Target Pseudo-Class
Fonts on Web
The @font-face rule
Using Google fonts
CSS animation (using @keyframe)
Introduction to Jquery (JS library)