This course is part of W3C's "Front-End Web Developer" Professional Certificate.
- It allows you to add interactivity to your Web sites;
- It is powerful, easy to learn, and quick to write;
- It has great tools (editors, runtimes, lint tools, browsers, and third party libraries) as well as great online support through plenty of active open source communities.
- How to make interactive Web sites through the DOM API
- How to deal with HTML5 forms
- How to make basic graphics and animations using the HTML5 canvas
- How to use the basic concepts of ES2016, the last iteration of the language: arrays, functions, loops, basic objects
Michel Buffa is a professor/researcher at University Côte d'Azur (France), staff member of the WIMMICS research group, a joint initiative of INRIA and the I3S Laboratories (CNRS).
Michel contributes to the development of the WebAudio research field and actively works with the W3C WebAudio Working Group. He has given extensive tutorials on HTML5 and WebAudio at several international conferences (e.g. The Web Conference 2018). With other researchers and developers, he co-created the WebAudio Plugin standard (aka VSTs for the Web). He also developed many states of the art WebAudio applications for the ANR WASABI research project, in particular a virtual pedalboard application for guitarists and tube guitar amp simulators.