Web-Backend Development course
To become a successful Web Developer following skills are required
If you have done with front-end development courses or have a grip on front-end technologies, This course is for you to learn the back-end technologies. The course mainly covers
The complete web architecture
Overview of the Server Side Programming Languages, their strengths, and weaknesses
Hands-on Training of Php
Introduction to Database Management
This is a project-based course and you will be assigned a client to work for after this course. After completion, only the successful students shall be offered the opportunity in Adan Works
Adan Internship Program
After completion of internship lead courses, only the top three to four students based on their assessment are offered free internship opportunities. During the internship the students work on live products under the supervision of the team leads in the Adan Works Space. After completion of this internship selected students are enrolled in a paid internship (stipend is paid by Adan) leading to full-time employment
This course is for you if you want to have the following objectives:
✓ Become Front End Developer
✓ Become Full Stack Developer
✓ Become a Freelancer for earning money online
✓ If you are a University graduate but unemployed and want to start earning
✓ If you are a Non-IT graduate and want to shift your career to IT
If you are interested to become a back-end web developer, then click the button:
Backend development consists of three core components:
Server: Handles client requests and sends back responses.
Application: Contains business logic and functionality to process data and perform operations.
Database: Stores and manages data, allowing the application to interact with it.
What is the basics of back-end?
The basics of back-end development include server-side programming, data handling, creating APIs, and ensuring data security.
An example of a back-end is a social media platform. The front-end displays the user interface, and the back-end handles user authentication, posts, comments, and data storage.