Beginner Full Stack Web Development: HTML, CSS, React & Node (

Learn web development with HTML, CSS, Bootstrap 4, ES6 React and Node

Created by: Mark Price

Produced in 2018

What you will learn

  • Build websites with HTML & CSS
  • Build backend servers & APIs with Node and Express
  • Work with NoSQL databases like MongoDB
  • Build full-stack web apps with Facebook's React Framework
  • Build mobile-friendly websites with Bootstrap 4 & CSS

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Overall Score : 80 / 100

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Course Description

Welcome to the Ultimate Web Developer Bootcamp. This is your one-stop-shop to learn front-end AND back-end development.
We'll take you from absolute beginner to competent full-stack web developer in a matter of weeks.
  • Anyone who is curious about programming
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Those looking for a career change
  • Serious coders & hobbyists
  • Students & teenagers
  • Anyone who wants to learn web development
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Javascript
  • Bootstrap 4
  • DOM Manipulation
  • NPM
  • Node
  • MongoDB
  • REST
  • Express
  • ES6
  • React

Devslopes has taught over 100,000 students how to code. Using our exciting, hands-on teaching style you are sure to master the principles AND have fun at the same time.
We also have a free chat community with over 50,000 students where you can interact and get help from others.
See you on the inside!
- Mark PriceWho this course is for:
  • This course is for beginners - no prior experience is required
  • This course is for entrepreneurs & hobbyists
  • This course is for those looking for a career change
  • This course is for anyone who wants to learn front-end and backend development
  • This course is for students

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Instructor Details

Mark Price

I am a veteran mobile developer having built over 57 mobile apps for iOS and Android, and I've also build multiple Unity 3D games, including Call of Duty Ghosts mobile.
I also spend most of my days now as a professional engineering instructor - changing the lives of students throughout the world - helping them make amazing salaries as engineers.
My passion is helping people reveal hidden talents and guide them into the world of startups and programming. I currently am teaching iOS 10, Apple TV & tvOS, React & Flux web development, Objective-C, Swift 3, Android, Javascript, Node, and Java. I also teach Unity 3D game development.Devslopes transforms beginner students into paid professionals through curated project based videos, interactive quizzes, and exercises. After completing each course, you will have a strong portfolio, coupled with the technical understanding to build your own custom applications.

Our target students are:

  • First time developers
  • Entrepreneurs who want to build their own technology startup
  • Current developers looking to either advance their careers or learn new technologies.

By taking our courses, our students have been able to:

  • Get jobs as developers with amazing salaries
  • Launch (and even sell) their technology startups
  • Get promotions and make substantial career changes

We strive to teach students how to code through polished



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Good Match, I learned a lot. Front end was handled very well, back end with MongoDB, ES6, React, and Node was a bit more difficult to follow. That is expected though since they are difficult concepts.

I liked almost everything except that the explanation was done on MAC O.S. These type of course should be taught in Windows.Thank you.

this is absolutely best course for beginners, if you are completely new to the web development i will recommend you that start from here

This was my first online coding course I bought. And at first I thought I was stupid because I couldn't understand. I couldn't keep up with them. Then I purchased other courses of HTML, CSS and Javascript. They are so much better instructors than Devslope(this course's instructors). In this course, you watch two instructors just coding without trying to teach beginners. I felt they just wanted to finish recording. They don't explain much. They keep saying "you will get used to it". They are fast, they just type to get their jobs done. You can find better courses than this easily.

This is a great program. Though somethings may feel easy but the fact that you go through the details and explain why things the way they work, is instrumental in truly understanding everything. Excellent!

so far the course has been great. the teachers are very relatable, their tone is upbeat and they explain everything properly and with a good pace.

The content is getting to be outdated and not fully functioning. The last module for React had an issue I wasn't able to fix with displaying the information. Posting questions seems to only get response from other people taking the class as I didn't see any comments from DevSlopes in some time.

The course was great and the front-end section worked perfectly.However anytime working with javascript there was a parsing error which I could not find a solution too, after spending much time searching the internet, and made the back-end part really hard to follow as none of the could would work.

It gives very good explanation on the front-end and really gives many examples to understands. But in terms of back-end, it is lacking, especially the React part in which the course is rather rushed

yeps, it is good for now but React was not covered very well.

There is certainly a lot of meat in this course. There is enough value in the material to justify the price of the course.However, the presentation could use polish. It appears that a large set of topics were defined and then covered, but it appears to have been done in a bit of a rush.I think the CSS lectures would be significantly enhanced if there were an additional up-front lecture describing how multiple rules may apply to an HTML element and how conflicting CSS properties among these rules are resolved. The 'scoring' of rules presentation seemed to indicate that there was a single rule with the highest score that would be applied. I think it is not as simple as that and we were not given the entire story.In their favor (in the CSS portion), the importance of using the DEV tools inspector to see how HTML elements are being assigned CSS properties was of tremendous benefit.I believe that SCSS should have been taught instead of SASS, as it appears to be the most popular and easiest to support. The languages are very similar and that was explained well.Multiple answers to the programming quiz are simply wrong. This speaks to poor quality control. For example, the answer to the range of unsigned values for an unsigned 32-bit integer is not (approximately) -1 billion to 1 billion. It is 0 to 4 billion (approximately, exactly 2^32 -1).

The coverage of CSS and Bootstrap was well done and informative. The rest you get a lot of "were not going to cover that here...But if you want to you can go ahead and google that to learn more about it...".