Become a Front End Developer

Use state-of-the-art programming languages to develop tools that users interact with to navigate applications, web pages, and more. Get quality training that will bring you up to speed with this ever-growing, fast-changing industry.

  • 8-month long course
  • 254 lessons
  • 5 hours a week
  • 167 hours

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Mission Forecast for Front End Developers

Average salary for Front End Developers - Glassdoor
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+13% Growth
Far above average growth - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Landing Zone

Front End Developers are critical coders that not only make applications useable but are responsible for creating interfaces that users can easily and effectively navigate. Front End Developers are well versed in not only the ability to make such pages but have a keen eye for design and useability. Front End Developers are expected to see a 13% increase in jobs in the next 10 years.

Mission Objective (Who’s Hiring Right Now)

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Front End Developer Overview

When learning front-end development, you’ll learn specific languages and industry-standard tools such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript. You’ll learn how to create a functional and engaging interface, code different functions for web pages, and use cutting-edge tools such as JQuery, Angular, and React.

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  • + 8-month long course
  • + 5 hours a week, go at your own pace
  • + 254 on-demand lessons
  • + 167 hours of learning materials
  • + Receive a certification confirming your training
  • + Participate in real-life Virtual Lab projects
  • Integrate video, audio, and other tools into web pages.
  • Incorporate forms and different widgets and collect given user data.
  • Troubleshoot, test, and launch webpages you’ve created.
  • Troubleshoot errors and squash bugs.

Prepare for Liftoff


These lessons give an informal introduction to React, a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. 

Before taking up this module, the developer must have taken up necessary prerequisites. Familiarity with HTML, CSS, Javascript, and programming in general is a must before proceeding. 

React, Part 1 of 7: React Basics 

React is an open-source project that allows developers to create user interfaces on the front end. This well-known Javascript library streamlines data storage and management with its basic concepts. 

Through taking up this course, the developer shall learn the basic concepts and features of React, as well as the necessary steps to build a basic app using React and its concepts, some of which are:

  • JSX
  • Babel
  • Webpack
  • State
  • Props
  • Components
  • Lifecycle

React, Part 2 of 7: Intermediate React

This chapter introduces the developer to Intermediate React and its more complex concepts and features. Intermediate React is a necessary skill a developer must learn to develop large-scale React applications.

The developer shall learn several tools and concepts by the end of this chapter, some of which are:

  • Writing more complex PropTypes
  • Learning extra tools to add in React codebases
  • Defining Higher Order Component
  • Explaining the nature of React 16.3 Context API and its uses

Through this lesson, the developer shall learn building scalable React applications with the concepts and tools provided in the React ecosystem. 

Some of the additional processes that the developer shall learn through this lesson are:

  • Testing React components with Jest
  • Leveraging CSS in JavaScript with Emotion
  • Coding split with React Loadable
  • Using server-side rendering in React with Node.js
  • Adding TypeScript

React, Part 3 of 7: City Tours Project

This chapter offers an extensive discussion of the React City Tours Project, a React application created for a website that offers travel tours in various cities across the globe.

For this project, the developer shall understand and learn a few React concepts and tools along the way. The topics to be covered in this chapter include:

  • Introduction to the React City Tours Project
  • Setting up the application
  • Navbar Component and CSS
  • SASS & Node-SASS
  • Publishing the application

React, Part 4 of 7: Advanced React

Becoming an Advanced React Developer takes higher skills to execute, which is the goal of this chapter. In this lesson, the developer shall learn advanced and even more complex concepts in React that are useful in building different applications.

This chapter discusses several concepts such as:

  • Using Fragment in place of div
  • Using context further
  • Having multiple Error Boundaries
  • Using production build in LIVE environment
  • Using refs to interact with child
  • Using code splitting
  • Static type checking

React, Part 5 of 7: TODO Project

In this chapter, the developer shall learn about setting up a basic app component structure and design.

The React TODO project is an application that allows developers to create a to-do list. It introduces different concepts such as CRUD and involves the use of Redux for more complex apps.

This lesson discusses the following:

  • CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) 
  • Setting up the React TODO Project
  • Building the app with a custom CSS code
  • Importing the app into Javascript
  • Setting up TODO functions

React, Part 6 of 7: Food2Fork Project

The Food2Fork project is a single page application that shows food recipes. In this chapter, the developer shall learn and use React lifecycle method, as well as understand user experience in React router.

This lesson covers the following subtopics:

  • Setting up and Deploying Food2Fork
  • React Router page structure
  • Navbar & Header Component
  • Designing and defining functions
  • API and Search Component
  • Recipe Page Ajax request
  • ENV Variables and Sourcefiles
  • Finishing the project

React, Part 7 of 7: Tech Store Intro

In this chapter, the e-commerce React application project Tech Store is discussed. It discusses both basic and intermediate React tools and concepts necessary in building this application.

The lesson on this project offers a discussion on the following topics:

  • Setting up and Installing Tech Store
  • Netify Icons Folder Structure
  • React Router Sidebar
  • Context API and Setup
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Mission Control

  • Stay focused with a mentor’s help and support
  • Build a real portfolio with Virtual Lab Projects
  • Compete with classmates in a virtual classroom
  • Measure your progress with the Activity Tracking Log
  • Make sure you get the job with resume help and interview assistance

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Certificate of Completion

  • Receive a certificate recognized by prevalent companies confirming your training
  • Complete real projects in Virtual Labs
  • Go at your own pace, learn your way
  • Access course videos and materials 24 hours a day
  • Take practical quizzes to keep you up to speed
  • Classes created and mentored by industry leaders
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Grow into a Front End Developer

Once you’re certified, jump into the industry and push it to new levels. Learn how to properly create usable interfaces, work with backend teams, and use your creativity to make something worth sharing.

Program Forecast

  • 8 months long, 5 hours per week
  • 254 lessons in 167 hours
  • Learn at your own pace

Virtual Lab

  • Real Projects
  • Create a working portfolio
  • Receive expert feedback and mentoring

Career Services

  • Interview preparation
  • Resumé assistance
  • Help with LinkedIn networking

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Launch Stages

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Join the next generation of learners with RemoteMode. We use the latest technologies and most effective tools to get you up to speed quickly and in the working world as fast as possible. We use a mixture of video tutorials/lectures and active quizzes to ensure that what you’ve learned really sets in. We give you access to an automated Dashboard, an Activity Tracking Log that updates your progress and your classmates’ progress, and a personal career advisor that helps direct where you can use your new certifications.

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Put your new skills to use with Virtual Lab projects. Work with industry experts and create your own work portfolio on real projects. Virtual Lab allows you to get practical experience under the supervision of people that not only know what they’re doing but are leading the way in their respective industries. Access Master Classes, Labs, and an Online Professional Community that will all work to refine your skills.

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Enter into your new industry with confidence after using our resumé services and interview assistance. Career consultants and interview coaches are available to you after receiving your certificate to help you get your dream job.