Beginner course

Frontend – Beginners

The front-end programmer uses HTML, CSS, and TypeScript to create a user-friendly interface. Therefore, his work is not only technical but also creative and, of course, closely related to web design. Thanks to front-end programming, everything a user can see on a page is the structure of the site, visual and dynamic solutions. A front-end programmer is a real necessity for anyone who wants to tell about their business or other activities and make connections using an attractive and dynamic website.

  • 1928€
    The average salary of a front-end programmer in Lithuania
  • 96%
    Front-end programmers in Lithuania are satisfied with their work
  • 87%
    Students successfully complete the Front-end course

Employment opportunities

Programme

10 weeks
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HTML and CSS technologies

In this topic, students are introduced to the basics of HTML and CSS languages, learn to use the automation tool Gulp and write SCSS code. It also reviews the key elements that make up any page on the web. During independent assignments, students apply the knowledge gained during the lectures: create HTML pages and apply style rules to them. 

  • Web sites operating principles, website security, front-end overview, introduction to HTML markup language 
  • Creating a correct HTML page, style rules, HTML5 markup features 
  • CSS selector types, box model, inheritance of rules, review of CSS methodologies, CSS animations 
  • Use of fonts, photos, videos and audio elements on websites 
  • HTML forms 
  • Layout of page elements 
  • SCSS Code Writing, Automation (Gulp) 
  • Website speed optimization, testing tools 
  • Code versioning system GIT 

Responsive design pages

We’ll look at ways to create responsive pages that look good on both a mobile browser and a laptop or tablet. Support for the functionality of different browsers is taken into account. 

  • CSS @media rule, mobile browser properties 
  • Bootstrap review 
  • More complex page layout with CSS flexbox 
  • Support for HTML / CSS functions in different browsers (cross-browser compatibility)

Design clipping

Students learn to create a page based on a prepared design layout. Different tools and techniques are used to translate the layout into HTML and CSS, various practical exercises are performed 

  • Design layout cropping, review of design tools 
  • Design clipping techniques, HTML / CSS writing, practical tasks 
  • Various practical tasks 

JavaScript basics

In this topic, students are introduced to the basics of the JavaScript language. During practice and independent work, students learn to write programs that would perform calculations, process data, display them on a page, and give the page interactivity. In the practical part, students develop a SPA (single page application) application and apply the discussed methods. 

  • JavaScript basics, JavaScript syntax, grammar, data types, operators, conditional sentences, objects 
  • JavaScript functions and loops 
  • Arrays and their methods (sorting, filtering, etc.) 
  • Document object model (DOM), event logging 
  • Manipulating page elements 
  • Data acquisition, storage with AJAX; Storing data in the browser 

Final task

The final practical task assesses students’ ability to create correct HTML pages, apply CSS style rules, and use JavaScript programming language to solve the prepared tasks. 

  • Test of theoretical knowledge 
  • Practical task overview, technical requirements 
  • Independent task performance, teacher consultations 
  • Overview of results 

Course calendar

Period

14 February - 22 April

Time

18:00 - 22:00 EET

Duration

160 hours

Price

Price from € 489 or from € 75 / month. by instalments. 

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  • From 50 €/month

Courses financed by the Lithuanian Employment Service

  • Funded by the Lithuanian Employment Service and European Union funds 
  • It is necessary to meet the requirements of the Employment Service

Pay after being employed successfully!

  • Monthly fee – 10% of Net income, with the possibility to have payment holidays for up to 5 months.

Frequently asked questions

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