domingo, 4 de diciembre de 2016

Curso de Desarrollo en HTML5, CSS y Javascript de Apps Web, Android, IOS

Os traemos a continuación un curso muy interesante para quien quiera conocer de cerca el Desarrollo en HTML5, CSS y Javascript de Apps Web, Android, IOS organizado e impartido por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y disponible en la plataforma de cursos online MiriadaX.

Descripción del curso

Este curso capacita para un primer nivel de desarrollo de aplicaciones para terminales fijos y móviles (PC, teléfono móvil, tableta, ..) en HTML5, CSS3 y JavaScript5, con las que se diseñan la mayoría de las aplicaciones de cliente en Internet (Google, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, …).

Es un curso para principiantes, que describe con rigor y profundidad los elementos necesarios, ilustandolos con ejemplos sencillos, pero realistas. Todo ello con un enfoque multi-disciplinar que cubre la programación en JavaScript y el diseño de gráfico. Se ilustra también el uso de librerías tales como jQuery o jQuery UI, Bootstrap (diseños adaptable), gmaps (integración de Google Maps) o phonegap (creación de apps).

Los participantes aprenderán a diseñar apps adaptadas a PC, teléfono móvil o tableta, a programar nuevas aplicaciones en JavaScript, a ejecutarlas y depurarlas en el navegador Web o a empaquetarlas para las tiendas de aplicaciones de Android, iOS (Apple) o FirefoxOS.

Este curso es el primero del programa "Diseño de servicios en la nube para acceso móvil y multi-dispositivo con HTML5 "impulsado y patrocinado por Red.es, Universia, CENATIC, Telefónica Digital y TED. El programa consta de 5 cursos, que se irán incorporando progresivamente en MiríadaX.

Vídeo Presentación Curso Desarrollo en HTML5, CSS y Javascript de Apps Web, Android, IOS


Documentación del curso
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Vídeos del curso

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9 comentarios:

  1. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools
    Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton
    of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion
    for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the
    most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  2. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  3. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  4. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  5. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  6. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  7. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  8. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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  9. David Walsh is Mozilla’s senior web developer, and the core developer for the MooTools Javascript Framework. David’s blog reflects his skills in HTML/5, JS and CSS, and offers a ton of engaging advice and insight into front-end technologies. Even more obvious is his passion for open source contribution and trial-and-error development, making his blog one of the most honest and engaging around.
    Website: davidwalsh.name

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