"Advanced JS and Intro to Full Stack Development" is an 12 week, part-time course for those who want to take a serious step toward learning the most important and popular language of the web, as well as entering the world of full stack professional development. This is the second of 3 modules included in the comprehensive part-time program.
Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
Feature-Driven Development, Advanced OOP Project
HTTP Communication, Ajax, Public APIs, Feature Set Planning
Custom Ajax Project utilizing Public APIs
ES6+, Command Line Basics, Node.js Introduction, Processes
Modular Programming, Node.js Concurrency, File System Operations
Building a Node.js Command-Line Interface
HTTP, NPM, Express Webserver Basics
JSON Data-store Web API Project with Express
Introduction to Databases, Postgres, SQL Query Language
Database-Backed Web API Project with Express & Postgres
Plus after hours instructor availability
Plus over 50 Exercises, numerous practice
problems, & skill assessments
Plus 8 hrs of homework with live
instructor chat support outside of class hours!
The sessions are conducted in a live, online classroom with top-rated curriculum and instructors.
Students will have 24 hour access to recorded sessions, pre-recorded material, prototypes, practices problems and skills assessment all through the LearningFuze student portal. The materials and curriculum is readily available to accommodate the students changing and varied schedules.
Students of LearningFuze are never truly alone, even when working after hours. The classes each have their own chat room and question queue moderated by an instructor. Students can ask questions, collaborate on projects, and work together throughout the course. Instructors are available for direct student assistance before each class and in the evenings on non-instructional days.
Must be 18 years of age
Must have a laptop/desktop meeting Device Requirements
Complete Module 1
January 29th, 2024 - April 19th, 2024
See pricing page for available discounts.
This is a required course to complete the Part Time Comprehensive Program. The only exception to this are those students who have tested into a later module.