Lynbrook Web Dev


In the Web Dev club, we'll teach you everything you need to know to get up and running with web development.


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HTML is the meat of a web page - it describes the content and general layout of a page.



CSS makes sites pretty - it describes the presentation and design of the underlying HTML.



Javascript is responsible for making things happen - it makes your website as interactive as you want.


Our weekly meetings discuss computer networking and the Internet as well as current advances in frontend and backend web development. At the beginning of the year, we'll look at the inner workings of the Internet and demo interesting APIs and browser features. We have two learning tracks for coding: front-end and back-end.


Front-end is the part of the website you see, the content and the design. This track is a great fit for beginner coders and will cover HTML and CSS. Through our lessons and hands-on projects, you'll be able to code your own personal website (in addition to several smaller side projects) by the end of the year!


Back-end holds the logic and interactivity of your website. If you have basic experience with languages like Java, Python, or C++, back-end is for you! Some back-end projects include an interactive blog, Firebase database, browser games, and an HTTP server.

Whether you're looking to get into coding or to advance your existing skills, or if you're just curious about how the Internet works, Web Dev Club is the place for you!


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We will hold monthly coding workshops for both beginners and veteran coders. These optional workshops will be 1-2 hours during 7th period or afterschool. Interested members with no prior experience have the opportunity to learn the basics of website development (HTML, CSS, and Javascript) through projects created during each workshop, such as a landing page for a personal website. Coders with more experience get to engage in more advanced workshops, which explore a number of topics including, but not limited to, PHP, AJAX, node.js, servers, and databases.