JavaScript and the Web


This seminar teaches the way the JavaScript language is used in modern browsers to program web pages. It assumes a certain familiarity with programming and web technology (HTML, CSS) in the participants. Topics covered include the document object model, web forms, event handling, the browser's security model, communicating with a server, and graphics programming in the browser. Exercises are collaboratively worked on in an environment that allows the programs to be tried out interactively.


Target Group:
People with a basic proficiency in JavaScript programming.

Content:
JavaScript, a language that was designed in a few weeks time in 1995, as part of the Netscape browser, has reached widespread adoption as a way to embed programs in web pages. Though initially envisioned for tiny scripts, it has held up surprisingly well in the era of large, complex web applications, and even found adoption beyond the browser. This course teaches the skills needed to build interactive web pages and basic web apps.

Dates:
  • From Mon, 13th Mar, 2017 until Fri, 17th Mar, 2017 (5 days)
  • From Mon, 10th Jul, 2017 until Fri, 14th Jul, 2017 (5 days)
  • From Mon, 16th Oct, 2017 until Fri, 20th Oct, 2017 (5 days)

Duration of the course:
5 days

The fees for this JavaScript course per day:

Toronto, Canada:
$524 per day (exclusive of HST)
Lake Constance, Hemmenhofen, Germany:
€369 per day (exclusive of VAT)
plus € 90 for full board and lodging in 4 star hotel
Berlin, Germany:
€401 per day (exclusive of VAT)
London, England:
£401 per day (exclusive of VAT)


Attention:
The price of this course includes participation in the seminar and board and lodging in a 4-star hotel located at Lake Constance.
The price comprises:

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