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HTML5 Apps and Games

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) via edX

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Want to learn advanced HTML5 tips and techniques? This is the course for you! Find out more about the powerful Web features that will help you create great content and apps.

This course is a natural follow up of HTML5 Coding Essentials and Good Practices. In this course, we continue the exploration of HTML5-based APIs, but also introduce some advanced features related to HTML5, such as Web components, advanced multimedia, audio for music and games, etc.

Like in the first course, you will learn by doing, study the interactive examples and have fun with proposed development projects. One of them will be to create an HTML5 game, so jump in and learn lots!

Taught by

Michel Buffa


Cost Free Online Course
Pace Self Paced
Subject Web Development
Provider edX
Language English
Certificates $129 Certificate Available
Hours 6-8 hours a week
Calendar 4 weeks long
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I believe the name of this course is a bit misleading: after part 1 (named "Introduction"), I expected the "Advanced Techniques" would be more deep dive into the technologies, but I feel it still is introductory. On the good side, it touches a number of different aspects (web components, html templates, sprites, IndexedDB, etc.), making the course a good peek into diverse stuff provided by recent standards and drafts.
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