Start your web development career today by learning the core skill of all web development: HTML. This course will teach you what HTML is, the most important tags you should use to render content on your site, and how to format these tags in a professional manner for use with CSS.
CSS determines how your HTML elements look on the screen (color, size, etc.). This course will teach you how to get started with CSS, and will cover the ins-and-outs of the most important CSS properties you should be using throughout your development career. You'll also build out a full-fledged webpage that's mobile-responsive, learning all the techniques I use to develop sites professionally for clients across the globe.
Web apps are websites like GitHub, Gmail, and Facebook—they're built so a visitor can use them to achieve a specific goal. This course will teach you how to build your own web-app using Nuxt.js and Express. You'll learn how to create user accounts, how to create your own login system, and how to display dynamic data based on which user is logged in.
This course will teach you how to produce: generative Pacman maps, advanced collision detection, a rudimentary AI for ghosts, eatable pellets, and a ghost removing power-up.
Create your first tower defense game by learning map creation, pathfinding, wave spawning, tower placement, and much, much more.
Three.js is the go-to 3D developent framework for the web. This couse will teach you everything you need to know to get started with Three.js, while developing something that's actually cool and wow-worthy: an interactive 3D background that introduces your very own portfolio site.
This course will teach you all about the mythical Three.js shaders (no one else teaches this, believe me), and how to create your own 3D globe that displays population data across its countries accordingly. You'll learn new shader terminology such as normals, attributes, and varyings, as well as how to create your own custom shaders for use in a real-world project.
Down to code some sick nasty interactive animations? Let me show you how. In this episode, we cover skill number one: creating and resizing your canvas. Follow along and you'll be cranking out interactive wonders in no time.
Learn the basics behind producing quality video productions.
This is a collection of physics related canvas courses including how to code: gravity, sine waves, collision detection, and circular motion.
Interacting with images is a whole 'nother level of canvas wizardry. Learn how to sample, animate, and interact with any image of your choosing.
Tech interviews suck, but almost every big tech company requires them at some point. Since I myself am still learning how to better solve program-related interview questions, I figured why not hammer in those concepts by creating a full-fledged animation on algorithm related topics, while sharing it with the world so everyone can have an easier time with interviews.
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