Intro to JavaScript and jQuery

Girl Develop It Austin
Sat, 18 Aug 2012, 17:00 - 20:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Austin, US
80.0 USD

JavaScript is a language that all good web developers must know. Around since the early 90s, it's still the primary way to do client side web development. We will be covering everything from basic JavaScript, the jQuery library, and dynamic HTML to JSON and APIs. Students will exit this class having a good grasp of basic programming principles and the knowledge of how to manipulate HTML elements.

We suggest having a working knowledge of HTML as a pre-requisite for this course. (Don't know HTML? Sign up for our August intro!)


This 2-class JavaScript course runs on the following schedule:

Class 1: Intro to JavaScript and jQuery
Saturday, August 18th from 12:00-4:00pm

Class 2: Chaining, element manipulation, JSON and AJAX with jQuery

Sunday, August 19th from 12:00-4:00pm


About the instructor

Garann has been doing front-end development since the 90s. She loves JavaScript on the client or the server and is the author of "Node for Front-End Developers" (O'Reilly). She uses jQuery on a daily basis, and has spoken at three jQuery conferences.

Please note our refund policy: Your payment of $80 guarantees your seat in the course. If something changes after registration and you cannot attend the course, you must notify us at least 2 days before the first class to receive a refund. If you have to miss a class, we will provide code from class and any slides, but we do not offer partial refunds based on individual class absences.


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