What you’ll learn
- Create practical and useful apps for everyday use
- Create a calculator
- Create a digital clock
- Create word length calculator
- Create a percentage calculator
- Create a button color changer
- Create a to display the day of the week
- Create a contact form with local storage
- A text editor and web browser are required.
The best way for a beginner to enhance their skills is by practicing building various projects.
Some of the projects you will be creating in this practical hands-on course include:
- Creating a functional calculator
- Creating a digital clock
- Creating a word count tool
- Creating a button color changer
- Creating a percentage tip calculator
- Creating a contact form with local storage
HTML will be used to create the structure of these applications.
CSS will be used to apply styling to make the applications look nice and presentable.
Java script creates the functionality for the app and required HTML and CSS to be in place before it can do its thing.
In this course, you will learn useful and practical steps to creating web-based browser apps that will work when viewed with any modern web browser.
I will be using google chrome for this project and I advise you do the same.
A good text editor makes writing code fun and productive.
I will be using sublime text editor for this course. It is a cross-platform text editor that will work on any platform like windows and macs. It is free to download and use but recommend that you purchase a full license after trying it out if you enjoy using it.
Another good cross-platform text editor is bracketed which is open source and completely free to use. By open-source, I mean developers from around the world can contribute to making it even better.
By the end of this course, you will be confident to build more useful projects. Who this course is for:
Created by Bluelime Learning Solutions
Last updated 2/2018
Size: 1.01 GB