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Learn jQuery by making a Content Slider

Learn JavaScript and jQuery by making a content slider in this project-based JavaScript and jQuery online mini tutorial.
  •   Lectures: 4
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  •   Videos: 1 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 04/2016
Includes: 30 day money back guarantee! Lifetime Access. No Limits! Certificate of Completion
What it includes?
  • 30 day money back guarantee!
  • Lifetime Access. No Limits!
  • Certificate of Completion
Last Updated: 04/2016
Languages: English
Level: All level
Video: 1 hours
Lectures: 4
4.6 (218 reviews)

JavaScript is one of the most popular programming languages when it comes to webpages, but has also transitioned to non-browser environment such as NodeJS and Apache DB. JavaScript is a high-level, dynamic programming language that makes it easy to program web pages and also comes with multiple APIs that work with text, arrays, dates and regular expressions.

One of the many useful features of JavaScript is jQuery, which is basically an open-source library, making it easier for users to script the client-side without having to rely on heavy coding with JavaScript. It allows animations, handling events and even selecting DOM elements.

Learn various different features of jQuery such as Selectors, Methods, Effects and Functions. Also, learn HTML5 Markup and CSS by building a Content Slider with buttons and slide features. Enroll now and learn all of this and so much more.

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