An API is a way to access external data in your projects. For example, the data might come from social media, financial services, or news sources. There are thousands of open APIs to access and use.
Our concept is simple. You will build three projects based on pre-recorded video lectures, engaging coding practices, drawing kits, and project briefs.
Get help by booking a 1:1 with our coaches or reaching out on Slack for daily mentorship. When you have finished a project; advance with valuable feedback on your code.
You need real projects to learn real skills. Download the course syllabus for a breakdown of the project briefs we will work on during the course.
Level: Intermediate. See below for prerequisites.
Format: 100% remote.
Schedule: Flexible. Online intro session March 22nd 9-12.00.
Scope: 60 hours, workload: ~1 day a week.
Length: 9 weeks.
869 Euro including sales tax.
Payment is due when excepting your seat.
Download the course syllabus for more info.
Weekly course bundle
All material is 100% remote, study when it fits your schedule.
Secret start kit
Your very own “Become a developer kit” sent to you by post.
3 x real-world project briefs
Spend 3 weeks on each project.
3 x code reviews for feedback
Advance as a developer with feedback on each project.
4 x 1:1 sessions with coaches
Book a time slot that fits your schedule.
Your class of new friends
Start together; gain support and inspiration from each-other during the course.
Our coaches are there during the daytime to help you with your code.
Lifetime access to our remote community
Join thousands of other life-long learners for inspiration, help, and feedback.
Limited seats, sign up to grab yours.
Deep dive into more functions using scope and closures.
How to work with browser interactions such as clicks, hovers, and scroll events.
What an API is and how you can use it.
Fetch and use data from an open API for your applications.
How to divide your code into reusable snippets using functions.
Structuring content with HTML. We expect that you have used HTML before and know how to use tags to structure content.
Styling webpages in CSS. You should have styled webpages in CSS before and be familiar with classes and IDs, which you’ll use in this course.