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Swimmers Coding Camp
Web Development Immersive

There are over a billion websites on the Internet, yet only a handful are widely visited. So what makes these few, like Google and YouTube, so popular? The simple answers are usability, utility, and engagement. In our Web Development Immersive, students learn how to think like web developers and design sites around these important concepts. 

This private camp allows your teen swimmer to cover both of our Web Development camps, building skills and understanding quickly. We begin by teaching HTML and CSS, so students can start building their websites right away. Students move on to learning best design practices and how to develop a site that meets the demands of a variety of users, and then they learn intermediate JavaScript. By the end of the course, students will have created their own unique mobile-responsive sites and web applications using advanced HTML, CSS, & JavaScript. With their newfound programming skills, students will be ready to move on to more complex languages like Java and Android!

main topics
  • Web design principles and theory
  • HTML, CSS, & JavaScript
  • Mobile-responsive websites
  • Conditionals, loops, methods, & variables
  • Building a dynamic website design
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