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課程概述

If you want to take your website to the next level, the ability to incorporate interactivity is a must. But adding some of these types of capabilities requires a stronger programming language than HTML5 or CSS3, and JavaScript can provide just what you need. With just a basic understanding of the language, you can create a page that will react to common events such as page loads, mouse clicks & movements, and even keyboard input. This course will introduce you to the basics of the JavaScript language. We will cover concepts such as variables, looping, functions, and even a little bit about debugging tools. You will understand how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used by JavaScript to identify and modify specific parts of your page. After the course, learners will be able to react to DOM Events and dynamically alter the contents and style of their page. The class will culminate in a final project - the creation of an interactive HTML5 form that accepts and verifies input. This is the third course in the Web Design For Everybody specialization. A basic understanding of HTML and CSS is expected when you enroll in this class. Additional courses focus on enhancing the styling with responsive design and completing a capstone project....

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MM

2016年2月6日

I was glad to find a course that focused simply on the basics of Javascript. So many courses cover the three HTML, CSS, and JS, but don't give enough to really start working with Javascrip.

Thanks

LC

2016年3月15日

An excellent course, my JavaScript has improved greatly since I completed the requirements. Colleen is a fantastic teacher, I found the lectures to be highly informative and the assignments good fun.

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351 - 使用 JavaScript 实现交互功能 的 375 個評論(共 1,374 個)

創建者 Fabio Q

2016年12月19日

Great course. I learned a lot; thank you so much for all this time!

創建者 Karan S N

2020年12月9日

Wonderful Course. Though I suspect Beginner will suffer a bit here

創建者 LAURA S M

2020年10月24日

I like this course cause learned a lot of tools for earning my job

創建者 Alexander N

2016年5月17日

Very interesting and simple course to start JS! Thank you so mich)

創建者 Jaeson H B

2020年8月23日

Thank u Miss.Colleen.Its a really good course.Highly recommended.

創建者 Gajanand S

2020年5月5日

Amazing course to take . Helped a lot to learn JavaScript easily.

創建者 Liz B

2017年1月15日

Great course, well laid out and tutorials very easy to understand

創建者 Jixin F

2016年3月24日

Thank you, professor Lent, for making this course so interesting!

創建者 SARTHAK K S

2020年8月15日

Colleen ma'am's courses are very informative, yet easy to grasp.

創建者 Akshay B L

2020年5月7日

Good Course for the beginners who wants to learn the javascript.

創建者 Vivek T

2017年11月23日

I want to learn more, please include more things in this course.

創建者 Ana A

2016年2月18日

Great teacher. Great approach. I love the peer review exercises.

創建者 Inhoo K

2015年12月31日

Thanks to Dr. Colleen. You are very kind and wonderful lecturer!

創建者 SHEKHAR S

2020年10月18日

I have learned many things from this course and i enjoyed alot.

創建者 Trần T N L

2019年12月10日

Great courses! I have already learned a lot in web programming.

創建者 Alessandro M

2016年11月2日

I wanna just say thank you Colleen! I really improve my skills!

創建者 Alisson L

2016年1月16日

Nice course !

Teaches and encourages the learning of JavaScript.

創建者 Fabio V

2016年1月6日

The teacher is outstanding and her approach is very motivating.

創建者 Ramon R B

2020年10月21日

Muy bueno para empezar con JS. buen material de apoyo Gracias!

創建者 Raksha Y

2020年9月24日

The course was small yet affective thanks for publishing it !!

創建者 Mijael A

2020年8月7日

Un buen curso basico para iniciar en javascript, recomendado!!

創建者 JEET P

2020年6月26日

This is a wonderful course for beginners, I really enjoyed it.

創建者 Harsh S

2020年5月14日

good courses by coursera . match learn js from here itself ...

創建者 A A

2019年9月25日

it is very good beginning course. It might be more advance ...

創建者 Alwin W

2018年1月8日

It's great how you are forced to research for each assignment.