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Full-Stack Web Development

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This comprehensive Full-Stack Web Development course is designed for learners of all backgrounds and experience levels. Starting with the end goal in mind, we will guide you through a project-based curriculum that equips you with the skills and knowledge necessary to become a proficient Full-Stack Web Developer. Throughout this course, you will work on a real-world project, applying each module’s lessons to create a functional web application.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Design and develop a full-stack web application.
  2. Implement front-end user interfaces using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  3. Build server-side applications using Node.js and Express.js.
  4. Create and manage databases with MongoDB.
  5. Implement user authentication and authorization.
  6. Deploy a web application to a live server.

Module 1: Introduction to Full-Stack Web Development

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Full-Stack Development

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the role of a Full-Stack Developer.
  • Explore the technology stack for web development.

Real-World Example: Discuss popular websites and applications that showcase Full-Stack development.

Activities:

  1. Research and list popular web applications.
  2. Identify which technologies they use for front-end and back-end development.
  3. Share findings in a discussion forum.

Discussion Questions:

  1. What are the advantages of being a Full-Stack Developer?
  2. How do different technologies work together in a web application?

Module 2: Front-End Development with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Lesson 2: Building User Interfaces with HTML and CSS

Learning Objectives:

  • Create structured web pages using HTML.
  • Apply styles using CSS for a visually appealing UI.

Real-World Example: Examine a well-designed website and identify its HTML structure and CSS styles.

Activities:

  1. Build a simple webpage with HTML and CSS.
  2. Customize the webpage with your unique design.
  3. Share your webpage in the course forum for feedback.

Discussion Questions:

  1. How does HTML structure content, and how does CSS style it?
  2. What challenges did you face while designing your webpage?

Module 3: Back-End Development with Node.js and Express.js

Lesson 3: Building a Server with Node.js and Express.js

Learning Objectives:

  • Set up a server using Node.js and Express.js.
  • Handle HTTP requests and responses.

Real-World Example: Analyze a basic Express.js application and its routing.

Activities:

  1. Create a simple server with Node.js and Express.js.
  2. Define routes to handle different HTTP requests.
  3. Test your server by sending GET and POST requests.

Discussion Questions:

  1. How does a web server process client requests?
  2. Why is routing important in server-side development?

Module 4: Database Management with MongoDB

Lesson 4: Working with MongoDB

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand NoSQL databases and MongoDB.
  • Create, read, update, and delete data in MongoDB.

Real-World Example: Explore a real application that uses MongoDB as its database.

Activities:

  1. Set up a MongoDB database locally or using a cloud service.
  2. Perform CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on a sample dataset.
  3. Share your experience and code in the course forum.

Discussion Questions:

  1. How does MongoDB differ from traditional SQL databases?
  2. In what scenarios would you choose MongoDB over other databases?

Module 5: User Authentication and Authorization

Lesson 5: Implementing User Authentication

Learning Objectives:

  • Implement user authentication using Passport.js.
  • Secure routes and resources.

Real-World Example: Examine a web application with user registration and login functionality.

Activities:

  1. Set up user authentication in your web application.
  2. Create registration and login forms.
  3. Test the authentication process.

Discussion Questions:

  1. Why is user authentication crucial for web applications?
  2. What security measures should be in place for user data?

Module 6: Deploying Your Web Application

Lesson 6: Deploying to a Live Server

Learning Objectives:

  • Prepare and deploy a web application to a live server.
  • Configure domain and hosting settings.

Real-World Example: Explore different hosting providers and their deployment processes.

Activities:

  1. Choose a hosting provider and deploy your web application.
  2. Configure your domain name and hosting settings.
  3. Share your live project with the course community.

Discussion Questions:

  1. What are the options for hosting a web application?
  2. What challenges did you encounter during the deployment process?

Final Project: Building a Full-Stack Web Application

Project Description:

For your final project, you will apply all the skills you’ve learned throughout the course to build a Full-Stack Web Application of your choice. You’ll design the front-end, set up the back-end, integrate a database, implement user authentication, and deploy the application to a live server. This project is your opportunity to showcase your Full-Stack Developer skills.

Project Components:

  1. Front-end UI with HTML/CSS/JavaScript.
  2. Back-end server using Node.js and Express.js.
  3. MongoDB database integration.
  4. User authentication and authorization.
  5. Deployment to a live server.

Ways to Expand Learning:

  • Experiment with additional features (e.g., payment gateway, API integration).
  • Optimize your application’s performance.
  • Collaborate with peers to work on a larger project.
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What Will You Learn?

  • Introduction to Full-Stack Development:
  • Understand the role of a Full-Stack Developer.
  • Explore the technology stack for web development.
  • Front-End Development with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript:
  • Create structured web pages using HTML.
  • Apply styles using CSS for a visually appealing UI.
  • Back-End Development with Node.js and Express.js:
  • Set up a server using Node.js and Express.js.
  • Handle HTTP requests and responses.
  • Database Management with MongoDB:
  • Understand NoSQL databases and MongoDB.
  • Create, read, update, and delete data in MongoDB.
  • User Authentication and Authorization:
  • Implement user authentication using Passport.js.
  • Secure routes and resources.
  • Deploying Your Web Application:
  • Prepare and deploy a web application to a live server.
  • Configure domain and hosting settings.

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IK
5 months ago
The course was excellent in terms of content. The modules were well-structured, and the quizzes after each section helped reinforce the concepts.
IT
5 months ago
The flexibility and accessibility of the materials made it easy for me to balance work and learning.
NY
5 months ago
As a working professional, I needed a course that I could complete at my own pace, and this one was perfect.
RK
5 months ago
The support from the course community and the instructor made a big difference in my learning journey.