Learn to Code | Programming with CodeCrushDojo

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Full Stack Web Development

This is the best choice for everyone!

A Web Development Course Built Around Your Schedule

No matter what your schedule looks like, CodeCrushDojo has an option that can work for you. Choose from our two web development course options:

What you’ll learn

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • React and Next Js
  • Node.js and Express js
  • MongoDB
  • Project

Unlimited 1-on-1 Web Development Bootcamp Instructor Support

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Yes, all of our classes are currently online and live utilizing Zoom Video , or Google Meet Conferencing.

Between 9 weeks and 6 months. We offer our courses in flex schedules that differ in lengths and format. Our flex class is roughly 3-6 months, completed on your own time.

You will need:
Reliable laptop or computer with a webcam
Reliable internet connection
A quiet place to work with minimal distractions
We recommend that your computer has at least:
500 GB SSD
8 GB Memory (RAM)
Standard GPU
Recent i5 or i7 CPU, or equivalent
Yes! In fact, the majority of our students have little to no coding experience coming in. We design our curriculum and teaching methods to progress your knowledge and skill from beginner fundamentals to advanced Full-Stack topics.

Our course tuition is currently $6,500.00 with several payment options available. There is more information regarding payment plans here.

A Full Stack application refers to a software solution that involves both frontend (client-side) and backend (server-side) development. In the context of your question, a Full Stack application with React, Node.js, Express, Next.js, and MongoDB typically includes the following components:

  1. Frontend (Client-Side):
    • React: A JavaScript library for building user interfaces. React allows developers to create reusable UI components that efficiently update in response to data changes.
    • Next.js: A React framework that simplifies the development of React applications. Next.js provides features like server-side rendering, routing, and code splitting, enhancing the performance and structure of React applications.
  2. Backend (Server-Side):
    • Node.js: A JavaScript runtime environment that allows developers to execute JavaScript code on the server. Node.js is known for its asynchronous, event-driven architecture, making it well-suited for building scalable and high-performance server-side applications.
    • Express: A minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework. Express simplifies the process of building robust and scalable APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) by providing a set of features and middleware.
  3. Database:
    • MongoDB: A NoSQL database that stores data in a flexible, JSON-like format called BSON (Binary JSON). MongoDB is often used in Full Stack applications for its scalability, flexibility, and ease of integration with Node.js.

In summary, a Full Stack application using React, Node.js, Express, Next.js, and MongoDB typically follows this architecture:

  • Frontend: Developed with React and enhanced with features from Next.js for optimized performance and structure.
  • Backend: Powered by Node.js and Express to handle server-side logic and API requests.
  • Database: MongoDB is used to store and retrieve data, providing a scalable and flexible data storage solution.

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Enrolled: 54 students
Duration: 150-200 hrs
Video: Live
Level: Beginner to Advanced