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Voltar para HTML, CSS, e Javascript para desenvolvedores web

Comentários e feedback de alunos de HTML, CSS, e Javascript para desenvolvedores web da instituição Universidade Johns Hopkins

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Sobre o curso

Do you realize that the only functionality of a web application that the user directly interacts with is through the web page? Implement it poorly and, to the user, the server-side becomes irrelevant! Today’s user expects a lot out of the web page: it has to load fast, expose the desired service, and be comfortable to view on all devices: from a desktop computers to tablets and mobile phones. In this course, we will learn the basic tools that every web page coder needs to know. We will start from the ground up by learning how to implement modern web pages with HTML and CSS. We will then advance to learning how to code our pages such that its components rearrange and resize themselves automatically based on the size of the user’s screen. You’ll be able to code up a web page that will be just as useful on a mobile phone as on a desktop computer. No “pinch and zoom” required! Last but certainly not least, we will get a thorough introduction to the most ubiquitous, popular, and incredibly powerful language of the web: Javascript. Using Javascript, you will be able to build a fully functional web application that utilizes Ajax to expose server-side functionality and data to the end user....

Melhores avaliações


10 de jun de 2020

Actually the best online course i hv ever learnt,especially the professor yaakov is quiet outstanding.And a field trip in a online course sounds rare and good!!Thank You Coursera and yakkov for this!!


20 de mar de 2022

This course was short but very informative and very helpful for an aspiring leader like myself. It also helped me understand how to view or understand when I receive feedback. I highly recommend it!!

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276 — 300 de 5,190 Avaliações para o HTML, CSS, e Javascript para desenvolvedores web

por Andrei S

5 de nov de 2016

This course is actual for Mac machine, all instruction are for Mac only. I use Windows so it unuseful for me.

por GIRIK G 1

2 de jul de 2020

This Course is so un-interactive and boring,I don't recommend buying this course at all.

por tszchun Y

16 de jun de 2022

the video is too old to set up the environment !!! Request a refund !!!!!!!!1

por vaibhav S C

5 de set de 2020

he doesnt teach well very poor...please dont waste your time in this course

por Daniel N

25 de jun de 2022

Course is very udated and I can't follow up with the changes.

por Adriel L

22 de nov de 2020

Week 1 is where the twilight zone starts.

What a bummer.

por Muskan A

14 de jul de 2020

The course is too outdated and is a little confusing.

por Anais d

4 de mar de 2022

Very OUTDATED, he is teaching 2014 technologies.


15 de jun de 2020

worst course donot explain anything properly....

por Harun

7 de mai de 2021

too fast, almost impossible to follow him

por Eric O

8 de abr de 2021

Very outdated and confusing.

por André R

28 de jan de 2023

outdated course. don't buy

por Maksuda R

17 de ago de 2020

Lacakage of details.

por Diana M

11 de mai de 2021

Update the videos!

por Pam P

2 de abr de 2021

outdated material

por Gonzalo E

23 de fev de 2021

way to outdated

por Harsh G

22 de mar de 2021

how to uneroll

por Στέφανος Μ

31 de jan de 2021

Need UpDate

por Jörg H

29 de ago de 2022

Thic course is really great. I have learned so much and now know what in my previous projects was not implemented how it should have been. I have had some difficulties with the initial system setup as the software versions nowadays are on a newer release and the screenshots do not match any longer. I think it would be great to renew this video based on the actual versions. As well it took me some time to get my new module solution available in GitHub to make it direktly accessible via link. I think with module5 I found a way :) Week5 was too fast for me. There is so much info inside. I got my solution to work but I am not sure I fully understood what and why I am doing so. With Ajax we basically loaded code snippets and modified them using JS. But I am wondering if I can use Ajax as well to let the webserver perform some calculations / validations and return the result back. I need to dig into this piece ...

Now, after 5 weeks, what can I say more than: Thank you so much for this course.

por MV

13 de mai de 2016

This is a very comprehensive course (based on my personal experience with Coursera at least) that goes into relevant detail on the topics it covers, but without wasting time on unnecessary trivialities. The delivery is clear and engaging, so if you're interested in the matter, you won't get bored. The material covers all the right topics for an up and coming web designer, providing the right amount of information for a confident start and plenty of pointers where and how to expand on the knowledge provided. Another point in favor is the frequent and valuable engagement of the professor and his teaching assistants in the discussion forums, unlike some other courses that feel abandoned by the staff once they start. In closing, I've checked out several web design courses on Coursera and if you can choose only one, this one would definitely be my pick from all the ones I enrolled in.

por Michael R (

19 de dez de 2019

Professor Chaikin does an excellent job of providing step by step details of HTML, CSS, and Javascript, but be forewarned, he does assume you have some basic knowledge of the concepts and he'll skip around a few of the deeper aspects of HTML, CSS, and Javascript in terms of time. The purpose is to get you better acquainted with the material as this is part of the "Ruby on Rails" specialization. The latter weeks get more intense and may require a few resets...but stick with it; you'll get the concepts down pat and your problem-solving skills will improve if you keep focus and finish your projects. One final piece of advice; when coding, ALWAYS notate what you do and space out your coding to see it better in action. This will save you a TON of debugging time and will greatly improve your own skills as you will have a better understanding of where you need to focus and fine-tune.

por Kelvin Y

8 de ago de 2020

This is a really, really good course. Believe me, because I'm not a good student by any means. In fact, I had to retake a couple of courses back in my University days because I just played video games all day and I just couldn't focus on anything being taught during lectures.

But this course was explained in a way, that is really clear and engaging to me. Professor Chaikin even takes you on a field trip, like a "day-in-life" of a website developer to meet a client of his. You are then explained every step of the way in making that website for the client.

Just one thing, because the assignments are peer reviewed, the discussion forums are filled with "review my assignment with full marks and i will do the same to yours" posts. Don't be like them, don't half-arse your assignments then beg for full marks, and you will learn a lot. Guaranteed.

por Simone M

7 de ago de 2017

This course is amazing, I totally suggest to everyone interested in this field to have a look, but I personally feel that was too theoretical in few modules and I couldn't manage to grasp really well few steps where I felt I needed more practical exercises. I also felt that the last modules about JS was too rush. I can suggest to add more practical interactive exercise and also in the explanation of the steps during the setting part of the software, please add a list with all the steps to follow. I really had an hard time there.

Despite this, the course is amazing and it was a pleasure to learn more about this fascinating word. In the next month I will continue to read the books suggested and after that, when I will be more confident on JS, I will jump in making website to someone else other than me. Thank you again and see you around.

por Valentin I

27 de dez de 2016

The course is valuable especially due to the personality of the teacher. As an obviously experienced developer, Mr. Chaikin provides you with modern techniques of using Javascript and responsive design. You'll probably encounter most of these techniques in the real life of a developer. The course is centered on practicing and the pace is fast. Don't be mislead by the colloquial tone and the quality humor present in lectures. Although the humor is good, you'll need to replicate most of the code examples on your machine, if you want to feel you've really learned something at the end of the day. That being said, the course is not perfect: the AJAX part might deserve more room in the future versions of this course. For those with previous exposure to some web techniques (my case), the course was an excellent refresher.

por Ali r b

30 de dez de 2018

Great training. I wish it was more complete by offering a more advanced course that is based on 10 to 15 real world projects. More like boot camps that build skills and confidence for entering into the job market more easily and more successfully. If that kind of advanced training was available then courser certificates would be more popular with learners everywhere. I encourage you to consider offering another class or expand the existing program that teaches advanced Html, Css, JavaScript employing User Experience and User Interface design skills.

I'm aware you have a Ruby on Rails program but Ruby is not as popular as it used to be. These days Full-Stack React and Angular development are the way to go. Also a course on Database design and development would be appreciated. Thank you for this great course.