Create an Interactive Map with jQuery- Free Video Training Tutorial

In Create an Interactive Map with jQuery, Chris Converse shows how to design and create a rich interactive map for a web site, working in a coding environment and using the open-source scripting library jQuery.

The course covers creating web-optimized images using the slicing tools in Photoshop, implementing the HTML and CSS to assemble an infographic page layout, and adding interactivity with JavaScript and jQuery’s fast and concise code library. Exercise files are included with the course. Topics include:
  • Previewing the project across browsers and devices
  • Creating and linking HTML and CSS files

Along with the free video training tutorials you will also receive monthly offers, tips, and insider information you won’t hear elsewhere–including special discounts extended to newsletter subscribers.

After taking advantage of the free video training, you can access all of their video tutorials by becoming a member of the Online Training Library®. Membership plans start at $25 per month, and require no long-term commitment.

Offered Free by: Lynda.com Inc.

 

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