Meta Front-End Developer Professional Certificate
Meta Front-End Developer Professional Certificate, Launch your career as a front-end developer. Build job-ready skills for an in-demand career and earn a credential from Meta. No degree or prior experience is required to get started.
What you will learn?
- Learn Bootstrap CSS Framework to create webpages and work with GitHub repositories and version control.
- Prepare for a coding interview, learn the best approaches to problem-solving, and build portfolio-ready projects you can share during job interviews.
Build job-ready skills by learning from the best
Get started in the in-demand field of software development with a Professional Certificate from Meta. Learn the foundations of front-end development and gain in-demand programming skills by developing a front-end web application for your portfolio.
Common job titles: Front-End Developer, Website Developer, Full Stack Developer, Front End Engineer, Software Engineer.
Want to get started in the world of coding and build websites as a career? This certificate, designed by the software engineering experts at Meta—the creators of Facebook and Instagram, will prepare you for a career as a front-end developer.
Upon completion, you’ll get access to the Meta Career Programs Job Board—a job search platform that connects you with 200+ employers who have committed to sourcing talent through Meta’s certificate programs, as well as career support resources to help you with your job search.
In this program, you’ll learn:
- In-demand design skills to create professional page layouts using industry-standard tools such as Bootstrap, React, and Figma.
- GitHub repositories for version control, content management system (CMS) and how to edit images using Figma.
- How to prepare for technical interviews for front-end developer roles.
By the end, you’ll put your new skills to work by completing a real-world project where you’ll create your own front-end web application. Any third-party trademarks and other intellectual property (including logos and icons) referenced in the learning experience remain the property of their respective owners. Unless specifically identified as such, Coursera’s use of the third-party intellectual property does not indicate any relationship, sponsorship, or endorsement between Coursera and the owners of these trademarks or other intellectual property.