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Working with your instructor, you'll set up a jQuery skeleton in an HTML document and learn how to hide, show, and change the appearance of Web content in response to user input.
In Lesson Three, we explore how jQuery's insertion methods can help us manipulate content text, images, or media throughout a Web site. We explore how to get and set content and program safely within important browser security protections.
We look at how to write code that runs asynchronously to accomplish a series of tasks, and how to use callback functions to detect program completion. We look at effect methods that can make interactivity clearer or more exciting, and how to use event methods to program different stages in user interaction.
In Lesson Four, you'll explore how to efficiently and elegantly select data, run programs with it, and design it for your Web pages.
You'll learn how to work with the array object type and use for-loops to iterate code and execute your programs. You'll learn how to avoid the trap of the "infinite loop" and break out of for-loops.
You'll learn how to make the data more usable for Web visitors with array methods. It's no longer enough to make a site or an app that looks good on a desktop computer screen. We need to make sure our user interfaces thrive in the mobile market.
As a Web developer, you need to understand how to research, download, and integrate these add-ons for your projects. Lesson Six walks you through the process of powering up your pages with jQuery plugins. You'll learn how to implement the popular lightgallery and Cycle 2 plugins in your projects and even add parallax scrolling effects using a custom plugin created by the course developer!
Define and use variables, operators, and functions and use variable types correctly.
If you present data to others, aspire to be an analyst or data scientist, or if you.
In the Electrical Potential lesson, you have a super cool Scalar Field simulation. I noticed you were doing some tricks to get it to render quickly, like rendering at a lower resolution while animating.
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