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Web Development Training Solutions from New Horizons

Web Development is now a requisite in all industries, as all businesses must maintain an online presence. In particular, the retail, travel, creative, education, and real estate industries are continuously seeking talent. Since the world of web development changes so rapidly, these experts are constantly learning and training. In fact, according to a survey conducted by GoDaddy, 83% of developers support a certification program that focuses on importing the skills and expertise of web developers. This is not surprising, as 33% of those surveyed believed that staying up-to-date on technology was one of their most significant pain points. 

Part of what's most daunting for Web Developers is the training and experience required, as well as the constant pace of change within the field. Help bridge the skills gap with our Front-End and Back-End development tracks.


Front-End Web Developer

Front-End Developers are focused on the client-side and are responsible for the look, feel, and design of a website. These professionals are responsible for a website’s user-facing code and the architecture of its immersive user experiences. To execute their objectives, Front-End Developers must be adept at three main languages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript programming. In addition to fluency in these languages, Front-End Developers need to be familiar with frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation, Backbone, AngularJS, and EmberJS, which ensure great-looking content no matter the device, and libraries like jQuery and LESS, which package code into a more useful, time-saving form.

Using these tools, Front-End Developers work closely with designers or User Experience (UX) Analysts to bring mockups, or wireframes, from development to delivery. Strong Front-End Developers can also accurately identify specific issues in user experience and provide recommendations and codified solutions to influence the design.

Front-End Development

Below are our recommended learning solutions for Front-End Web Developers. Click any course for a detailed description, as well as available training dates.

Web Browsers, Web Servers, HTTP, Sites & Pages

Comprehensive HTML5 & CSS

Comprehensive JavaScript & CSS

Visual Studio Development

Angular (Optional) 


Back-End Web Developer

Back-End Web Development refers to the server side of development, where individuals are primarily focused on how the site works. Making updates and changes, in addition to monitoring functionality of the site, is their primary responsibility. This type of web development usually consists of three parts: a server, an application, and a database. Anything you can’t see easily with the naked eye is the work of a back-end developer.

Many back-end developers know front-end languages, such as HTML and CSS, but also need to use programming languages, such as Java, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Python, and/or .NET. Back-end developers are focused on a site’s responsiveness and speed, and these languages are used to create dynamic sites that rely on information stored in a database.

Below are our recommended learning solutions for Back-End Web Developers. Click any course for a detailed description, as well as available training dates.

Back-End Development - Prerequisite Knowledge for Java and/or ASP.NET

Web Browsers, Web Servers, HTTP, Sites & Pages


Back-End Development - Focus on Java

Comprehensive HTML5

Java

Java Web Development


Back-End Development - Focus on ASP.NET

ASP.NET

Services

Full-Stack Web Developer

The role of Full-Stack Developers was popularized several years ago by Facebook’s engineering department. Full-Stack Developers can work cross-functionally on the full “stack” of technology—both the front-end and back-end. Full-Stack Developers, like Back-End Developers, work on the server side of web programming, but they can also fluently speak the Front-End languages that control how content looks on a site’s user-facing side.

Below are our recommended learning solutions for Full-Stack Web Developers. Click any course for a detailed description, as well as available training dates.

Front-End Development

Web Browsers, Web Servers, HTTP, Sites & Pages

Comprehensive HTML5 & CSS

Comprehensive JavaScript & CSS

Visual Studio Development

Angular (Optional) 


Back-End Development - Prerequisite Knowledge for Java and/or ASP.NET

Web Browsers, Web Servers, HTTP, Sites & Pages


Back-End Development - Focus on Java

Comprehensive HTML5

Java

Java Web Development


Back-End Development - Focus on ASP.NET

ASP.NET

Services


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