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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Interactivity with JavaScript by University of Michigan

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About the Course

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 can be completed as the third or fourth course in the Web Design For Everybody specialization....

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it would be nice if there were more assignments. There are only two excersises in the whole course, and they are pretty easy. I think there could be such assignments affter every lesson.


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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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By Ayşe N A

Jul 25, 2017

It wasn't very helpful, I don't think the course was well-structured.

By Ritika V

Jun 25, 2020

I m not interested to complete the course


Jan 29, 2022

peer grade not show completed

By Abe E

Sep 3, 2020

no help no feedback nothing

By Ana B

Jan 16, 2016

Very poor explanations.