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DevelopmentCoding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
Price:Paid
Length:27 hours
Content type:video
level:beginner
Updated:04 March 2024
Published:21 August 2022
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Courses>Programming Languages>Coding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
Coding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
4.4 (571.0)
27 hours
571 students
What you will learn
1Learn the basics of computer programming
2Learn CSS
3Learn HTML
4Get started with JavaScript basics
5Learn about ES6 and its new features
6Apply ES6 concepts in your projects
7Use build tools like Gulp and Webpack
8Compile ES6 into ES5 using Babel
Target audiences
1Part 1 targets kids. Part 2 targets adults.
2Absolute beginners who want to learn how to code in the 3 fundamental coding languages.
3Ages 6 and up. Everybody is welcome to attend if they like child-oriented products.
Requirements
1An up-to-date web browser
2A word processor such as Notepad
3Basic HTML/CSS knowledge is helpful but not required
FAQ
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
Definitely! If you have an internet connection, courses on Udemy are available on any device at any time. If you don't have an internet connection, some instructors also let their students download course lectures. That's up to the instructor though, so make sure you get on their good side!
Description

"Easy peasy. very well broken down." - Blake H.

"I am an adult beginner. I think the animation is fun and the vocals are entertaining that explain the concepts fully. Thank You, the world will be quite smarter with your contribution"

Reading for parents:

Do your kids spend too much time on the computer, phone or tablet? Don't you wish they could do something more productive? Why not get them to learn a life long valuable skill that will lead them into a career that pays 2 times the national average?

Part 1 of this course targets kids. Part 2 targets adults.

Programming is the new math. The average computer programmer makes 78'000 a year, and there will always be a need for programmers. The only problem is that all of the educational courses are not tailored towards the learning styles of children. 

Most documentation is geared towards people over 18. Our course is different.

Included in this course is material for beginners to get comfortable with the interfaces. Please note that we reuse this material in similar courses because it is introductory material. You can find some material in this course in the following related courses:

  • Beginner's ES6 Programming. Code for the Web in JavaScript

  • Ultimate Coding Course for Web App and Android Development 

  • Kids Coding - Introduction to HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Part 1 of our course contains animations and screencasts. This course is fun for kids to watch and listen. More and more people are learning to code so do you want your kids to not have the same opportunities as others? This course offers your kids a competitive advantage. 

Employers look for technical skills and applicants that can code are more attractive to hire. Even if the job isn't technical it always helps to have that technical knowledge to communicate with the technical team. 

Personally, I like to hire people with programming skills. If they are artists, video editors, or social media marketers, I generally prefer to hire people with programming experience. 

For Part 2, no prior experience in JavaScript is required. We explore ES6 in depth and cover many of its new features. You learn the newest possibilities and fundamental building blocks of JavaScript.

What is ES6?

With ES6 (ECMAScript 6th Edition), you can code for the web. ECMAScript is another name for JavaScript. ES6 has standardized features that JavaScript engines implement. ES6 is well-supported across different web browsers. 

About me, the instructor

My name is John Bura and I have run the software company Mammoth Interactive. We have had a ton of sales on our software which includes XBOX 360, iPad and iPhone games. 

On top of this I have been teaching people full time since I was 17. With the combination of teaching experience and real world experience, I have a truly unique experience that you can't find anywhere else. The knowledge I give out is from first hand knowledge of the industry and years of teaching experience. 

Thank you for considering to purchase my course. Even if you choose to not buy it, I wish you and your family a happy road to success. 

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Courses>Programming Languages>Coding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
DevelopmentCoding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
Price:Paid
Length:27 hours
Content type:video
level:beginner
Updated:04 March 2024
Published:21 August 2022
Similar courses
Opportunities
Courses>Programming Languages>Coding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
Coding for Kids and Parents: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript ES6
4.4 (571.0)
27 hours
571 students
What you will learn
1Learn the basics of computer programming
2Learn CSS
3Learn HTML
4Get started with JavaScript basics
5Learn about ES6 and its new features
6Apply ES6 concepts in your projects
7Use build tools like Gulp and Webpack
8Compile ES6 into ES5 using Babel
Target audiences
1Part 1 targets kids. Part 2 targets adults.
2Absolute beginners who want to learn how to code in the 3 fundamental coding languages.
3Ages 6 and up. Everybody is welcome to attend if they like child-oriented products.
Requirements
1An up-to-date web browser
2A word processor such as Notepad
3Basic HTML/CSS knowledge is helpful but not required
FAQ
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
Definitely! If you have an internet connection, courses on Udemy are available on any device at any time. If you don't have an internet connection, some instructors also let their students download course lectures. That's up to the instructor though, so make sure you get on their good side!
Description

"Easy peasy. very well broken down." - Blake H.

"I am an adult beginner. I think the animation is fun and the vocals are entertaining that explain the concepts fully. Thank You, the world will be quite smarter with your contribution"

Reading for parents:

Do your kids spend too much time on the computer, phone or tablet? Don't you wish they could do something more productive? Why not get them to learn a life long valuable skill that will lead them into a career that pays 2 times the national average?

Part 1 of this course targets kids. Part 2 targets adults.

Programming is the new math. The average computer programmer makes 78'000 a year, and there will always be a need for programmers. The only problem is that all of the educational courses are not tailored towards the learning styles of children. 

Most documentation is geared towards people over 18. Our course is different.

Included in this course is material for beginners to get comfortable with the interfaces. Please note that we reuse this material in similar courses because it is introductory material. You can find some material in this course in the following related courses:

  • Beginner's ES6 Programming. Code for the Web in JavaScript

  • Ultimate Coding Course for Web App and Android Development 

  • Kids Coding - Introduction to HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Part 1 of our course contains animations and screencasts. This course is fun for kids to watch and listen. More and more people are learning to code so do you want your kids to not have the same opportunities as others? This course offers your kids a competitive advantage. 

Employers look for technical skills and applicants that can code are more attractive to hire. Even if the job isn't technical it always helps to have that technical knowledge to communicate with the technical team. 

Personally, I like to hire people with programming skills. If they are artists, video editors, or social media marketers, I generally prefer to hire people with programming experience. 

For Part 2, no prior experience in JavaScript is required. We explore ES6 in depth and cover many of its new features. You learn the newest possibilities and fundamental building blocks of JavaScript.

What is ES6?

With ES6 (ECMAScript 6th Edition), you can code for the web. ECMAScript is another name for JavaScript. ES6 has standardized features that JavaScript engines implement. ES6 is well-supported across different web browsers. 

About me, the instructor

My name is John Bura and I have run the software company Mammoth Interactive. We have had a ton of sales on our software which includes XBOX 360, iPad and iPhone games. 

On top of this I have been teaching people full time since I was 17. With the combination of teaching experience and real world experience, I have a truly unique experience that you can't find anywhere else. The knowledge I give out is from first hand knowledge of the industry and years of teaching experience. 

Thank you for considering to purchase my course. Even if you choose to not buy it, I wish you and your family a happy road to success. 

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