Full Stack Web and Multiplatform Mobile App Development

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Learn front-end and hybrid mobile development, with server-side support, for implementing a multi-platform solution.

Bootstrap (Front-End Framework) Ionic (Mobile App Framework) Node.Js Angularjs Jquery SASS (Stylesheet Language) Reactive Programming Typescript Apache Cordova Mobile Application Development Authentication Mongodb

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Taught by
Jogesh K. Muppala
Associate Professor
and 13 more instructors

Offered by
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

This specialization includes these 5 courses.

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3 posts • 70 mentions • top 5 shown below

r/coursera • post
13 points • herbivor
Coursera Isn't Free Anymore?

For example lets look at this specialization:


There is no way(at least I couldn't find any) to enroll without payment, is there an option hidden in there or is it me who couldn't find.

r/meanstack • post
6 points • Keshenka
Has Anyone Here Enrolled in Coursera's Full-Stack Development Specialization? What was your experience?
r/learnprogramming • post
16 points • programmingnoobasf
What would you recommend for learning webdev stuff?

So Over the summer I've taken a class online with my dad, "Python for Everybody" on Coursera, and while I completed the course and have very little experience in other languages (Java, Visual Basic) it seems that everybody within 200 miles of me is looking for web developers. To be honest I'm 27 and was in and out of college but ran out of funding and I'm tired of my hospitality career. I've been looking around for developer classes online and I've seen a few that look interesting but I'm not sure where to start.

There's the Web Developer Bootcamp on Udemy which is pretty cheap and looks like it offers a lot of great information.

On Coursera there's the Full Stack Web Development from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Web Design for Everybody from the University of Michigan, Ruby on Rails Web Development from Johns Hopkins that all look like they'll provide a great learning experience, but are kinda expensive.

Looking around on here, I've seen The Odin Project which looks interesting as well, and free?

My dad really likes Coursera because it comes through universities and completion gives you a certificate that you can show off, which for someone who has yet to graduate would look good.

Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm just looking for a little perspective before shelling out money/time. Anyway, thanks for reading and any help/advice.

r/cscareerquestions • post
2 points • gangsterj92
Learn.co vs coursera

I would like to learn for whatever will get me a job the fastest in the field (and then keep on learning on my own free time once I have a job). I found 2 programs:

  1. Learn.co where I would be paying 1k a month until I finish (I'm planning on 3-4 months). They also have career support and a job finding guarantee which is the main thing for me.

  2. Coursera has a course here https://www.coursera.org/specializations/full-stack that I believe essentially teaches the same thing for free, but no support.

At this point in my life I pretty much need to find a job as soon as possible, and I love cs and would love to code/program for a living (I have done some very very light programming but I really enjoyed it). I am aware of Bloc's software engineering program which for me would be ideal other than the fact that I don't have 48 weeks to spend on it :/

Any thoughts?

r/webdev • post
4 points • nosleepnomore
Has anyone done these courses before? Please help!

These are the two courses I found on Coursera -

Build Complete Web Solutions by Hong Kong University of Science and Technology - This one is a specialization with several courses.

HTML, CSS, and Javascript for Web Developers by Johns Hopkins University - This is one of the courses from the specialization of Ruby on Rails.

Has anyone done either of the course before? Or anyone with a knowledge of webdev please suggest if it is worth doing either of the course? I am more leaned towards the HKU one since it's a complete course on webdev.

Are there any other courses you guys would suggest? Thank you.

Note - I am a complete beginner without any prior knowledge of webdev or programming.