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This research aimed to explore how the product-based flipped classroom learning approach affected web development courses. This study has a posttest-only design and is a quasi-experimental study. In this study, 70 semesters 3 students were used as test subjects. The traditional method is used in the control class, whereas the flipped product-based learning model is used in the experiment class. This research has the benefit of allowing students to learn autonomously and imaginatively, as well as solve issues and activate learning. Through the LMS Google Classroom, students can access learning resources from anywhere. In addition, students in web programming courses can create products and advertise digital marketing items. One-way ANOVA with SPSS software was used to analyze the data. The outcomes of this study demonstrated that the experimental and control classes' pre-test results were not significantly different since they were not provided any therapy. The experimental and control classes, especially the control class 78 and the experimental class 85, have significant disparities in post-test learning results. As a result, this study is appropriate for use in the learning process.