• Building Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript COMP 9634

    The Document Object Model (DOM) is how an application retrieves and updates the contents of a website – it defines the standard for accessing objects in an HTML document. Our Building Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript course builds on your basic JavaScript knowledge by teaching you DOM concepts: how to retrieve and update basic content in a web page, how to handle events (key press, mouseover, scrolling) and how to manage highly interactive forms and menus. Learn to create your own parallax scrolling web page using DOM manipulation in order to further explore these topics.


    You must have completed our COMP 9626 Fundamentals of Web Design with CSS course and our COMP 9629 Fundamentals of Programming with JavaScript for the Web course. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)

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