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Javascript and jQuery

Javascript and jQuery

London College of Communication
Taught by
John Coumbe, A respected industry expert


jQuery, is the most popular JavaScript library on the web which enables easy animation, interactive animated elements, loading of content on the fly, and smooth control of elements in web content. During the Javascript & jQuery short course you will use the jQuery software to make it easier for you to write code in Javascript and add interactivity to your web pages. This hands-on course explains Javascript fundamentals including variables, arrays, objects, and functions to meet your web needs. You will learn how to add interactivity to a page, introduce animation, change the elements of a web page, and load content on the fly to produce a modern interactive website.

Topics Covered

  • The Javascript language: variables, arrays, objects and functions
  • jQuery and CSS selectors
  • Changing and creating new page content
  • Animation
  • Loading new content into a page

Course Outcomes
By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Understand Javascript fundamentals
  • Know how to select elements on the page using jQuery and CSS
  • Be able to change the contents of a web page
  • Animate web page elements
  • Understand how to load external data into a page

Who Should Attend
Students, designers and others who are familiar with HTML and CSS, but are new to programming.

Follow Up Courses
After you have completed this course you may be interested in:
Coding for Non-Coders
UX Design/User Experience (UX) Design: Lean Methodology
Build and Publish a Mobile App
Prototyping Mobile Apps

Customised Training
We also offer bespoke jQuery courses for groups, individuals and businesses. To find out more, visit our Customised Training page.

Tutor Description

John Coumbe is a software trainer and developer.
He creates and delivers commercial training courses in web development.
He works as a visiting tutor at Birkbeck, University of London.
His development clients include The Guardian and Oxford University Press.

This course will be taught by a respected industry expert.

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