- Browser Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) — APIs built into web browsers, providing functionality like dynamically creating HTML and setting CSS styles, collecting and manipulating a video stream from the user’s webcam, or generating 3D graphics and audio samples.
- Third-party APIs to allow developers to incorporate functionality in their sites from other content providers, such as Twitter or Facebook.
- Third-party frameworks and libraries you can apply to your HTML to allow you to rapidly build up sites and applications.
Key Takeaways :
Student gets a chance to work in a live industrial product based Projects on the basis of his/her Online & Offline Performances.
Student gets lifetime support from us based on the course topic.
Participant gets additional full support regarding placement preparations and interview readiness.
|Basics of JS - Through "Cliffs, Valleys and falls"|
|The CLIFFS OF VALUE Details||00:10:00|
|Variable Valley Details||00:25:00|
|File Falls Details||00:15:00|
|Journey Into the "Unknown"|
|Labyrinth of loops Details||00:25:00|
|CONDITIONAL CANYON Details||00:40:00|
|Built-INS Bluffs Details||00:30:00|
|The Desert of Declarations Details||00:30:00|
|The Array Archipelago Details||00:35:00|
|The Voyage of "Reason"|
|Forest of Details||02:00:00|
|Cold Closures Cove Details||00:45:00|
|The Hoisting Hills Details||00:40:00|
|Ocean of Objects Details||00:50:00|
|The PROTOTYPE PLAINS Details||00:00:00|
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