Published April 2017
Front end development has come a long way in recent years. Websites used to be simple, have a small handful of pages, a few jQuery plugins and perhaps some server side functionality for handling form submissions.
Now, building a modern front-end website involves boilerplates, generators, package managers, task runners, pre-processors and post-processors. And the complexity in web development continues to grow with many moving parts. It’s confusing and overwhelming to those just starting or transitioning from older techniques.
In our course Responsive Web Development, we’ll give you the blueprint for building modern responsive websites. Guilherme Müller walks you through the process of building a front end workflow using powerful tools and concepts. Not only does this course cover the theory of modern responsive web development, you’ll learn how to apply each of these fundamental concepts in practice. By building a single-page portfolio website, step by step we’ll demonstrate each concepts by action.
Specifically, we’ll be covering:
Guilherme is a freelance full-stack developer with over 10 years of experience working with websites. With a passion for HTML and CSS, he specializes in the intricacies of building and structuring web pages and layouts.