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Manish Kumar & Anush Kumar
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About the Internship
This skilling internship is designed to introduce high school students to the fundamental concepts and skills required for front-end development. Through a hands-on approach, students will gain practical knowledge in HTML 5, CSS 3 styling, and an introduction to React JS. By the end of this course, students will have a solid foundation in front-end development, enabling them to create visually appealing and interactive websites.
It also aims to equip high school students with the basics of back-end development. Throughout the program, students will be introduced to Node.js and its core concepts, such as event-driven programming and asynchronous nature. They will learn how to work with APIs, including making requests and handling responses, as well as understanding routing and middleware for efficient request handling. By the end of the internship, students will have the skills to build a basic back-end application, incorporating authentication, database management, and third-party API integration.
What you will learn
1. Learn about HTML 5
2. Understanding CSS 3 Styling
3. Introduction to React JS
4. Introduction of Node JS
5. Working with APIs
6. Understanding Routing & Middleware
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