Full Stack Software Developer + Advanced Front-End Skills
Combine creativity and technical knowledge by becoming a highly sought-after full stack developer with Advanced Front End Development skills.
Why Advanced Front-End With React?
Advanced Front-End Development fundamentally stands out in the range of software disciplines: it is focused on creating products that people can view/read/listen to and interact with. Front-end developers pride themselves on coding for users, not for machines. As a full stack software developer specializing in advanced front-end with React.js, you will be able to build and reuse interactive user interfaces. Your end-users will benefit from the speed and quality of the user experience that React-based applications provide.
Advanced Front-End Developers Are In High Demand
For This Course If…
You’re frustrated in your job, and feel like you’re not achieving your potential. We will take you from no coding experience, and help you to realise your potential in just 12 months. All you need is curiosity, self-belief and a bit of determination. This course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to confidently become a Full Stack Developer. Specializing in front end development will help you excel at your job.
This Career Path Will Equip You With:
Get Hands-on With Projects
You will first complete four projects to become a Full Stack Software Developer. In your final specialization and fifth project you will apply your learnings throughout the course by working on an end-to-end advanced front-end project using React. The project will give you the hands-on experience you need to confidently step into the field front-end web development!
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Frequently Asked Questions
You can choose your skill path approximately two-thirds of the way through the programme, just before you complete your fourth portfolio project.
Predictive analytics uses a mix of machine learning, statistical algorithms and historical data to predict outcomes. A myriad of companies worldwide uses it to predict risk, assess markets, predict outcomes, and much more.
Simply put, e-Commerce is the buying or selling of goods and services over the internet. With e-Commerce, the entire transaction from purchasing a product to when it leaves the seller or the warehouse is online. e-Commerce means that all money is traded online, as is the collection of data around the transaction.
React is a library. A library is something that allows developers to share code they have written that solves everyday problems. React prevents everyone from having to reinvent the wheel every time they knock across the same problem. It also means if someone comes up with a clever way of doing something, they can make it available to everyone else. That is exactly what Facebook did. They wanted to build a richer and more responsive user experience. So they built this super-fast and super-easy library to build great user interfaces and shared it with everyone.
It cuts down development time for everyone, improves quality and means you can do exciting things quickly. As a result, it’s one of the most popular development libraries in the world. Apart from Facebook, it is also used by Instagram, the BBC, The New York Times, Pay Pal, and of course Code Institute!
There is a massive demand for software developers who possess e-Commerce skills. This is more true now than ever before. For example, in 2020, Amazon employed a further 500,000 employees. In the USA alone, $791 billion was spent online during COVID-19. In Europe, online sales saw a 26% increase compared to the previous year and amounted to a whopping €480 billion.
Companies are now preparing for the future, and the expectation is that both companies and consumers will continue to adapt to online purchasing. For this reason, there is a massive demand for software developers who understand e-Commerce and the technologies that can drive it forward.
As so many companies are now using artificial intelligence and collecting data, they are now figuring out how best to use their stored information. Predictive analytics allows companies to use their data to predict future outcomes. Therefore, predictive analytics can increase its bottom line by predicting what will happen based on its collected data.
Predictive analytics is now used in pretty much all industries, which is why these skills are in such huge demand.
In a word? Yes. Thousands of companies worldwide use React.js because it allows them to build web applications faster and smarter. Employers like Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, Uber, Airbnb, Amazon, the BBC, The New York Times, Pay Pal and of course Code Institute, to name but a few, use it because it delivers easier-to-manage applications that get products to market faster.
A university credit-rating means that a university has examined our programme and has classed it on a qualifications framework. Our Diploma has been credit-rated by The University of the West of Scotland. They have levelled it at Level 8 on the Scottish Qualification Framework. This is the equivalent of level 5 on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and Level 5 on the European Qualification Framework (EQF).
Yes. Code Institute offers a Diploma in Full-Stack Software Development. This is a digital certificate.
You can apply to the programme by completing this form: https://codeinstitute.net/global/apply/
Yes. This programme was designed to take complete beginners to world class junior software developers. Most of our students did not have an IT background before doing the course.
The application process does not take longer than 48 hours. This does not include the time it takes to complete the 5 Day or All Access Coding Challenge.
No. This programme is 100% online. Students can do it from the comfort of their own home or wherever they have a computer and internet.
The Full-Stack Software Development programme costs €7,795. Finance options are available.
The free 5 Day Coding Challenge is important for many reasons. Code Institute aims to help students change career to software development. Students must complete the challenge to show that they have an aptitude for coding. The challenge also shows potential students how they will learn on the programme.
Yes. All students must be at least 18 years old when they start the programme.
Yes. Our programme is delivered entirely in the English language. Therefore, an Education Advisor may ask you to complete an IELTS level 6 English test. Because this programme is entirely in English, we do not want students to be disadvantaged because their English is not at the same level as the course.
Yes. Code Institute’s Full-Stack Software Development programme is designed to take students from zero experience to a world-class junior software developer. However, we require that a student complete the 5 Day Coding Challenge before applying to the programme.
This is a 52-week programme and must be completed in that timeframe. We recommend that students spend at least 12 hours per week on the course. If you wish to complete the programme in less time, this is entirely possible. The more time you spend on this programme, the faster you finish the course.
No. There are no exams in this programme. Students are assessed based on five projects that they must complete throughout the course. Each one of these projects makes up a student’s portfolio. This portfolio is beneficial for landing your first tech role. You will have the experience to show to potential employers.
Code Institute aims to get you a job in tech. To do this, we have gathered a fantastic career services team. Their role is to get you a tech job after you finish the programme. At present, 98% of Code Institute graduates are employed within 1 year of graduating. A lot of this success comes from the assistance of our careers team. Our careers team will help you with;
Code Institute’s Tutor Support is second to none. This team is there to help with any technical queries that you may have on the course content. They are available to help from 8 am to 11 pm (UTC), during week days. They are also available from 9 am to 5 pm (UTC) over weekends.
Individual mentors are available to offer one-on-one support to our students as they work on their projects. Our mentors are professionals who have years of experience in the tech industry. They are not employed directly by Code Institute. They offer best-practice advice to students on their projects. They know what tech employers want to see.
Code Institute has a community made up of thousands of students and graduates. Our students and alumni can work together and speak to each other daily. We use our Slack channels to allow our community to stay in touch with each other. We regularly hold webinars, hackathons, and more to promote the growth of this community. Remember, everyone in this programme is going through the same course.
Student Care is usually the first point of contact for students when they start the Code Institute programme. They will help get you on the right track when it comes to scheduling and more.
Yes. This programme is a 100% online course. We have built an incredible Learning Management System (LMS) to ensure that our programme offers education in the best way. We have also created our analytics system that tracks each student’s journey. This system alerts our teams if a student struggles in a particular area. It allows us to help with human support.
Most computers are perfect for this programme. A good measure is, if you have no problem doing the 5 Day Coding Challenge – then you should be fine. However, we recommend that the computer has at least 4Gb RAM – 8Gb RAM is even better.
No. The primary skills you will need to succeed are problem-solving.
Digital tech vacancies are growing rapidly, worldwide. According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report, 2020, which was launched in October 2020, they predict that 85 million current roles will be replaced by up to 97 million new tech-focused roles by the year 2025. Local economies around Europe and the world are also indicating a steady rise in software development opportunities.
We help get you a job in tech. 98% of our graduates are employed in a tech role within 1 year of completing this programme. Our career services team is unrivalled, and we have more than a thousand global hiring partners.
Our careers team will help you with:
- Setting up interviews
- Interview preparation
- Regular job alerts
- Preparing your CV
- Preparing your LinkedIn profile
- Introducing you to employers
- Regular webinars
- One-on-one career coaching
Given the current COVID-19 situation, students who are concerned should contact Student Care. The Student Care team works with our students to resolve any barriers to study where they can.