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Building Web Apps with jQuery,JavaScript and Bootstrap

Video Description

Start exploring the wider world of JavaScript with jQuery, and build exciting interactive web experiences

About This Video

  • Start exploring jQuery and understand how to create highly interactive, beautiful websites.

  • Improve your web development skills whether for personal, or professional projects with jQuery.

  • Get to use practical web development skills using jQuery and Bootstrap.

  • In Detail

    Once you've learned the JavaScript language,the aim of this course is to tackle and face the challenge of building rich full featured web apps remains. This course shows you how to harness your JavaScript knowledge, combine it with Bootstrap and jQuery, to build powerful modern UIs for your web apps. The web developers will able to graduate from a basic understanding of JavaScript web programming to being able to use the wide array of possibilities the jQuery library offers for web development. You will also get to know about Bootstrap framework and ES6 standard. It will also cover basic knowledge about DOM API.

    Get to know about DOM Traversal and also about manipulation and how events respond to the user actions using jQuery. You will get to examine and implement animation using jQuery library to the web page.

    The core capabilities of the library will be explored, including demonstrations of various points of DOM manipulation and traversal; using jQuery to manipulate events and change how the user interacts with the page; working with animations; AJAX calls, and more.

    By the end of the video course, viewers will be able to build outstanding visual and interactive website experiences with their knowledge of jQuery, JavaScript and Bootstrap.