Why learn to build web applications with Svelte JS framework?…

Web developers encounter scenarios where the codebase needs to be small while maintaining the same level of functionality as other larger code libraries. Svelte is a front-end framework that uses Javascript to smoothly display elements in the web browser without having to reload the webpage each time a change is necessary.

Svelte is a minimalist framework in comparison to its popular counterparts because it does not rely on an extra set of code that operates between the Javascript written for the web application and the web browser display logic that shapes each page. The code that is deployed in the final version of our application is compiled down to the bare minimum Javascript necessary to build the page. Changes in the viewport are updated dynamically using the browser’s native rendering engine to display the webpage. Students who complete this coursework will use the modern web developer workflow to build lightweight performant applications with this noteworthy Javascript framework.


Trendy digital design agencies value frontend developers who are proficient in building projects with new frameworks because the skillset may be applied to the design of interfaces ranging from website components to inventory dashboards and software graphic user interfaces. Freelancers can use Svelte for personal projects to attract high-quality clientele who have business needs that require a lightweight dynamic application.

Course Project

Instruction starts by familiarizing students with the build system needed to handle our code. We then work through the unique features of the Svelte framework and gain familiarity with how it differs from other frontend technologies. The lessons finish with the construction of a simple application that requires us to work with updating the state of the application based upon changes registered inside the view. All coursework on the CodingPhase platform can be run across Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems.

Course Requirements

Students will need a computer and basic knowledge of how to use a text editor. Students must have a familiarity with the files needed to run a web application, with an understanding of basic HTML, CSS, and Javascript syntax. Developers should know more advanced concepts like Object Oriented Programming, ES6+. Students are encouraged to use Git/Github or any version control software they’re comfortable with to track changes made to the codebase. Users should be able to work with the command-line interface and have familiarity with the Webpack-based Developer Starter Kit. Note-taking is encouraged.

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The CodingPhase platform is the only place where students consistently learn the required skills to get a job while building real projects, using the fundamental developer software, documentation, and real-world approaches used within the industry daily. Project-based instruction enables students to learn in a grounded sequential matter that removes the burden of having to rely on memorized instruction because each project drills through how things are used repeatedly. Project-based learning is important because it saves students from the frustration of having to start over multiple times. Students learn the practical workflow used in real-world development so the skills learned can be duplicated intuitively.

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