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Have you ever wondered how to design and program
the everyday things you see on web pages?
like calculators ? or an order form?
and the tools you will use … browsers, editors, dev tools etc.
If you have taken the other HTML AND CSS
Add this course to complete the web technology Trinity of
Join this course to do it !
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Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
The instructor, Joanne Fantini, has over 25 years of product development experience in Software and Hardware development for online products and services. She has full lifecycle experience and especially with startups. Development is fun because it is creative with a technical side. One must be flexible to change with new technologies. She looks forward to meeting you on Google Hangouts or Skype! Let's go!
|Section 2: The Tools to Use: Browsers, Editors, Dev Tools etc.|
Text Wrangler by BBEdit
Dev Tools for Browsers
Difference Between Functions and Methods
Accessing .js External Files with Script TagPreview
Client Side or Server Side ?
Adding 1 + 1 = Seems Simple Enough !
What Does Type Have To Do with It?
Use a Function, Onclick Event and Button
Building a Page to Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide
|Section 5: Fun with Converters|
Example: Converters: F to C Temperature
Example: BMI Calculator
|Section 6: Build an Interactive Order Form: Objects and HTML Controls|
Sushi House Order Form: Selectable Data on a Form
Sushi House Order Form: HTML Markup
Sushi House Order Form: How It Works
Open Source Libraries
Foundation by Zurb
D3 Library for Graphical Visualizations
|Section 8: How Did We Do ?|
If You Have a Question: Ask Me
Hello, I'm a Software Application Developer and have many years of experience putting together software products and services. Through these experiences, I believe I can accelerate the path to learning the essentials and creating web pages and sites quickly.
Active in new media development and software application development since 1988, I have held the professional roles of Computer Programmer, UI designer, Developer, Manager and Creative Director in addition to owner of an interactive studio in Boston, Massachusetts. I attained a BS in Computer Engineering and MS in Computer Systems at Lehigh University and Boston University respectively, to complement a few other interesting academic pursuits. I have taught Web design & programming seminars and courses at MIT Lincoln Lab and select colleges. Looking forward to the Udemy experience!
Throughout many projects, I participated in the design and programming of interfaces and projects for CD, DVD, kiosk, mobile and Internet applications. The design of UI/UX, User Interface design and programming, concept to finish is my specialty.
I worked directly with clients and senior staff level; CEOs, VPs, Presidents, Directors at MIT, Verizon Labs, ESPN, Comcast SportsNet, Cox Cable Communications, MTI, General Motors, Polaroid (maker of the original Selfie camera!), Smithsonian, Mercer Management Consulting, Fidelity, Putnam Investments, Mitsubishi Electric, Bell South as well as startups. Working with many different startups as the Internet has evolved, Sports Kareoke is a favorite project; yes, it's true.
In addition, entrepreneurial experience and responsibility for/or with principals for complete lifecycle is what 50% of my career has been about. I have been in the trenches; the battlefields! I hope to help you in your development and endeavours in the exciting space of the Internet and Mobile device app development.
UI/UX design, software and application development, digital/social media research, project management, product development, learning design, business development, partnerships.
M.S., Computer Information Systems, Boston University
B.S., Computer Engineering, Lehigh University
A.S., Architecture, Passive Solar Design, Burlington County College