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edX: Building Interactive Prototypes using JavaScript

 with  Bre’Ana Deen and Kasey Champion

In this course, you'll learn how to turn a static web front-end into something that users can interact with. You'll learn the fundamentals of JavaScript and how to apply JavaScript to enhance the interactivity of webpages. By the end of this course, you'll have a web app prototype that allows basic interaction.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Read code and describe what it does
  • Utilize understanding of program execution to formulate algorithms to solve specific tasks
  • Write JavaScript code to manipulate DOM elements on a webpage

Once you complete this course, continue onto Building Functional Prototypes using Node.js to learn how to write JavaScript code to build the back-end of your app!

Release schedule:
This course is of rolling release model, there are 6 modules in this course, M00 and M01 are released when the course is live, other modules will be released according to the following schedule:

  • Oct.9: M02
  • Oct.16: M03
  • Oct.23: M04, M05

Syllabus

Module 1 – What is JavaScript?
Module 2 – Programming Fundamentals in JavaScript
Module 3 – Working with the DOM
Module 4 – Putting it all Together
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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Subject Web Development
Institution Microsoft
Provider edX
Language English
Certificates $99 Certificate Available
Hours 3-4 hours a week
Calendar 5 weeks long

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