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Acerca del Curso

Learn foundational programming concepts (e.g., functions, for loops, conditional statements) and how to solve problems like a programmer. In addition, learn basic web development as you build web pages using HTML, CSS, JavaScript. By the end of the course, will create a web page where others can upload their images and apply image filters that you create. After completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Think critically about how to solve a problem using programming; 2. Write JavaScript programs using functions, for loops, and conditional statements; 3. Use HTML to construct a web page with paragraphs, divs, images, links, and lists; 4. Add styles to a web page with CSS IDs and classes; and 5. Make a web page interactive with JavaScript commands like alert, onClick, onChange, adding input features like an image canvas, button, and slider....

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JS

Jan 13, 2020

A very helpful code which allows you to learn the simple of JavaScript HTML and CSS. Very helpful in building websites and an excellent course for beginners or even people who have never coded before.

IS

Oct 06, 2015

This is the first course I am taking in Coursera.org. The valuable instructors of Duke University designed and created a masterpiece for learners. Thank you so much guys. Greets from Istanbul, Turkey.

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1251 - 1275 de 1,348 revisiones para Programming Foundations with JavaScript, HTML and CSS

por Churchil M

Sep 02, 2017

good course but mentors take a lot of time in clearing doubts and sometimes don't respond.

por Ram R

Feb 21, 2016

Though it is a nice introduction, I would have expect a more syntax learning lessons.

por Makiko O

Apr 10, 2016

I learned a lot. Still, I wish the explanation were more geared toward beginners.

por greg w

Feb 19, 2016

Took this as part of a Java specialization but would not have taken it otherwise.

por Abdel m

Mar 11, 2018

sometime i felt it's about the example not the Javacript coding and learning.

por Mohamed H

Jul 24, 2017

could go more in depth into different functions and ways to use HTML and CSS.

por Ritam D

Mar 29, 2020

There are more interesting courses on Coursera on the same topic.

por Enrique V

Jun 26, 2018

Materials are great, discussion forums are not properly attended.

por Rimvydas Č

Dec 10, 2017

To much javascript, after that it can be hard to focus on java.

por Polydor K

Apr 01, 2020

Je n'arrive pas a commencer le cours. Aidez moi svp?

por Benjamin F

Aug 10, 2016

Cannot participate in graded work unless purchased.

por srigiri d k r

Jan 27, 2017

Can be mprovised in terms of course content

por Sajan M

Mar 30, 2016

javascript part is not covered in depth

por Ron D

Sep 21, 2016

Can't be completed without payment

por Akhila K

Mar 06, 2016

HTML/CSS - easy

JS - extremely hard

por Ashesh s

Oct 08, 2016

lectures should be more detailed!

por Mohammad A A

Oct 31, 2015

its very good for beginners.

por Roman V

Mar 03, 2016

Hard to understand JS part.

por Abhishek S

Sep 09, 2016

Should Make courses audit

por Benjamin V

Nov 05, 2016

work, work, work.

por Dmitry F

Sep 15, 2016

No so good

por abhijat g

Feb 16, 2016

It's ok...

por William S

Dec 29, 2016

not bad

por Doaa S M Y

Jan 30, 2020

Good

por Bob C

Nov 08, 2015

This course is the first course in the Courser's Java Programming specialization, however, it uses JavaScript to teach high level programming concepts. If you want to learn JavaScript, this course is not for you. If you want to learn Java, this course is not for you.

The course mainly solves image manipulation problems with Duke's proprietary JavaScript IDE. All the details are "black boxed" so you can't see what's in the JavaScript functions. I believe this is the wrong way to teach newbies because too much abstraction is never good.

Also, as a man, I was personally offended by Professor Susan Rodger saying she wanted to see more women in programming. More woman means less men and that is sexist. As a supporter of equal opportunity, Duke University should take disciplinary action against Professor Rodger. I will not financially support any University that allows it's faculty to express inappropriate personal ideology in a classroom setting.

I do not recommend this course, or any course with Professor Susan Rodger.