Web Development

Learn how the web protocols work and make your own website.

Front End and Back End

In the Web Design class at Bytes and Bots, students dive into the world of web development with a primary focus on Flask, a beginner-friendly framework. The curriculum also encompasses other frameworks like Django and Node.js, providing a well-rounded understanding of web development. The class covers backend development and routing, and students gain insight into the HTTPS protocol, including GET, POST, UPDATE, and DELETE methods.

Students learn to handle data interactions by sending payloads from simple forms or databases to webpages. The course includes hands-on experience in creating and managing databases using POSTGRESQL, covering aspects like adding, accessing, and removing information. On the front end, students explore HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, understanding the basics of HTML tags, attributes, and the significance of open and close tags. JavaScript is utilized to create dynamic elements on the webpage, responding to user actions and enhancing the overall user experience.

Additionally, in the Web Design class, students explore the process of deploying websites live using services like GitHub, Heroku, or AWS. They gain practical insights into the significance of proper data transmission between the front end and back end, using formats such as JSON, XML, CSV, or TXT data.

The curriculum delves into the intricacies of handling different types of content, including requests content, URL query content, and session cookies. Students learn how to manage and exchange data effectively, enhancing their understanding of the dynamic interactions between webpages and servers.

Common Questions.

Open to any student 3rd grade or higher or students. No prior experience in programming needed.

In our Raspberry Pi and Arduino courses, the student learns the cause and effect between coding and electronics. Here, the student gains a profound understanding of programming Raspberry Pi to respond dynamically to specific conditions. The student not only masters the basics of Python syntax but also gains the ability to deftly control Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins. After the student understands digital signals, student move onto learning analog signals using Arduino. Here students learn a new language to control their electronics in Arduino.

When the student starts doing advanced projects we charge extra for the materials. Example materials charge are: Cardboard, 3D filament, foam board, electronics, etc.
The cost will be discussed before the project get started with the parent. At the end the student can keep the project if they pay for the Raspberry Pi or Arduino.

We offer a kit that students can take home. With those electronics students can replicate any of the projects done in the class. We do not assign homework or take home assignments. This a hands on project that needs to be worked on at the lab that cannot be taken home.