You Can Learn HTML5 And JavaScript With Ease [Deals] | Cult of Mac

You Can Learn HTML5 And JavaScript With Ease [Deals]



We’re getting to the season where we start to think about taking on new challenges, and this Cult of Mac Deals offer will help those who want to tackle learning two of the most popular programmnig languages out there.

In this course – suitable for beginners, enhtusiasts, or even professionals – you’ll learn HTML5 and JavaScript. And for a limited time this course is available for just $19. That’s a savings of 51%!

Why would you want to learn these languages? Well, HTML5 is an exciting new technology enjoying widespread adoption by the developer community. Its unique cross platform capability makes it the perfect choice for applications that provide rich user experiences on Mobile and Desktop. As for JavaScript, it is a versatile programming language that allows developers to write a few lines of code that accomplish more than traditional programming languages.

In this course, you’ll learn the following:

  • HTML5 basics
  • JavaScript variables, functions, and properties
  • Object Oriented Techniques

And you’ll learn it from a seasoned professional: Ken Azzawe.

With 17 years of technology experience, Ken is an established professional with subject matter expertise in multi-channel applications, enterprise integration, and cloud computing. Ken also likes to dabble in game programming as a hobby.

Each lecture introduces new concepts and techniques followed by coding sessions, and more explanations that makes it easy to follow along. If you ever wanted to learn HTML5 and JavaScript in a fun and effective way, this course is for you!

So don’t delay. Get this course for 51% off the regular price – just $19 – from the Deals page today!


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