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"Web programming using JavaScript" workshop
Sunday, Oct 6, 2013
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Location: ECSS 2.102

While these in-semester weekend workshops are primarily for UTD community, we will allow a limited # of school students to attend as well. School teachers are always welcome to attend. Registration fee will be $5 for UTD folks and $10 for every one else. Lunch will be provided.   This workshop would teach students how to use JavaScript to develop web pages. All modern HTML pages are using JavaScript to add functionality, validate input, communicate with web servers, and much more. We would be using w3scholl’s built-in editor for JavaScript, and later on create our own standalone web pages. This is perfect workshop for students who have very basic knowledge of HTML and interested in developing really nice and powerful websites using JavaScript.  

Following topics would be covered:  

• JS Statements

• Data Types

• Functions

• Operators

• Comparisons

• Switch

• Loops

• Validations

• Animations

 Other than the above topics we would also show some fancy examples using JQuery and students would be given challenging exercises to create their own JavaScript enabled web pages.   

Contact Info:
Jey Veerasamy, 972-883-4241
Questions? Email me.

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