Age: 13 to 16 Years
5 days, 90 minutes per day
Format: 1-on-1 online class
Best suited for: Junior hobbyists, artists, sportspersons, or musicians can proudly build a website to share their achievements with friends and family.
From businesses, to news, to entertainment – websites are how we interact and transact. Our web development camp gives young communicators the inspiration to build their online presence using a Replit – a powerful platfor m to code online. And as they enjoy creative expression and develop a big picture view, they also effortlessly learn the of web building, visual layout, content and troubleshooting.
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Prerequisites: This is a beginner level camp with no experience necessary.
Students will create a website using HTML and CSS
Web development involves the different aspects of creating and maintaining websites and web applications. Examples of this range from simple static websites to social media networks and e-commerce marketplaces.
Replit is a browser-based platform for creating and sharing software. It is also a place to learn how to code across multiple programming languages, so they have some fantastic built-in educational features as well. Students can write their code and host it all in the same place.
Web developers are one of the most in-demand roles across several industries, especially with many business depending increasingly on online purchases rather than conventional stores. This introductory course gives students insight as to whether they wish to pursue front-end or back-end development, or consider full stack development.
Students will need a Windows or Mac computer with a connected mic and webcam. They also need to have Zoom installed. We do not recommend tablets, as the multi-tasking ability between Zoom and some browser-based teaching platforms is often unreliable.
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