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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Building Interactive Web Pages Using Modern JavaScript by NIIT

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About the Course

Most businesses with a strong online presence wish to provide its consumers a rich interactive user experience. HTML5 and CSS3 frameworks help you build a static web page, that displays content and works on any device. However, to make a page interactive you need a programming language that can be understood by the browsers. JavaScript is one of the core technologies of the World Wide Web. In this course, you will learn to use JavaScript to add behavior to your web pages. You will create web content that is more interactive by adding animations, menus, scrolling text, interactive maps, and other kinds of lively content. All major web browsers have a dedicated JavaScript engine to execute the code on the user's device...

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By Peter D

Sep 8, 2022

There is some good information in this class but it is not one of the better classes on Coursera. There is no support from the ITT staff to answer question in the discussion forum. they rely on other learners. Several of the excercises have bugs that will block you from passing unless you can find a trick to bypass the grader. The questions on the quizzes need to be reviewed as there are lots of sloppy typos and poorly worded questions.

Overall, if you are an moderate to expert javascript programmer and you need a refresher course, you can get some information here. If you are a beginner, this course will only cause frustration.

By Victor S

Jun 7, 2022

Great explanation for trainee/junior developers. I do a lot of educational explanations with a friend of mine and it is hard. This course helps me to share knowledge that uses in the real world.

By Dhanashri R

May 18, 2022

Good to learn

By Cyndal N

Mar 7, 2022

Should be listed as intermediate. Difficult to follow. Very little guidance.