Description

Welcome to our comprehensive course on mastering HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In this course, you will acquire the skills you need to construct modern and responsive web applications by creating entertaining and engaging projects.

Our course is designed to offer you a hands-on experience, guiding you on how to code web applications from scratch with the latest web technologies: HTML5, CSS3, and vanilla JavaScript. This approach ensures that you understand each concept thoroughly and allows you to practice your newly acquired skills without relying on copy-pasting.

You do not need any previous knowledge of HTML, CSS, or JavaScript since we will take you through every syntax and explain each step in detail. Our course is suitable for both beginners and experienced programmers. Whether you’re new to coding or looking to refresh your skills, our course is perfect for you.

We believe that learning should be enjoyable and engaging, which is why we’ve created an array of modern, super-cool, and captivating projects that you will develop throughout the course. Each project is created independently from scratch, and you can choose which ones to work on based on your interests.

Our course features separate videos for each technology, enabling you to learn and focus on the areas that interest you the most. For instance, if you’re primarily interested in JavaScript, you can skip the HTML and CSS sections and dive right into the JavaScript videos.

I’m Vijay Kumar, a web developer with over 8 years of experience. I’ll be your guide throughout the course, answering any questions you may have and providing valuable feedback to help you become a proficient web developer.

NOTE: This course is Recorded in Hindi Language! and the Subtitle is auto-generated.

Are you ready to immerse yourself in the exciting world of web development? Join us today and start building astonishing websites!

  1. Internet Status Checker: This project checks the online status of the user’s device using JavaScript. The result is displayed on an HTML page styled with CSS. The project uses the navigator. Online property to check the online status of the user’s device. If the device is online, the project displays the text “Online” on the page. If the device is offline, the project displays the text “Offline” on the page.
  2. Palindrome Checker: This project checks if a given string is a palindrome using JavaScript. The user inputs the string through an HTML form and the result is displayed on the page, styled with CSS. The project uses a recursive function to check if the string is a palindrome. The function starts at the beginning and end of the string and compares the characters at each index. If the characters are the same, the function continues to the next index. If the characters are not the same, the function returns false.
  3. RGB Color Generator: This project generates random RGB (red, green, blue) color values using JavaScript. The generated color is displayed on an HTML page, with the background color changing to the generated color. The page can be styled with CSS. The project uses the Math. random() function to generate random numbers between 0 and 255. The three random numbers are used to create an RGB color value. The color value is then used to change the background color of the page.
  4. Counter Application: This project is a simple counter application that uses JavaScript to increment and decrement a count value. The count value is displayed on an HTML page and buttons can be added to increment and decrement the count. The page can be styled with CSS. The project uses two variables to store the count value and the button click event handlers to increment and decrement the count value. The count value is then displayed on the page.
  5. ASCII and Unicode Character Detector: This project uses JavaScript to detect whether a given character is an ASCII or Unicode character. The user inputs the character through an HTML form and the result is displayed on the page, styled with CSS. The project uses the String.fromCharCode() function to convert the character to a string. The charCodeAt() function is then used to get the ASCII code of the character. If the ASCII code is between 0 and 127, the character is an ASCII character. Otherwise, the character is a Unicode character.
  6. Analog Clock Application: This project displays an analog clock with the current time on an HTML page using JavaScript. The clock is created using CSS to style the clock’s face and hands. The project uses the Date() object to get the current time. The current time is then used to set the position of the clock’s hands.
  7. Random Color Generator: This project generates random colors in any format (e.g. RGB, HEX, HSL) using JavaScript. The generated color is displayed on an HTML page, with the background color changing to the generated color. The page can be styled with CSS. The project uses the Math. random() function to generate random numbers between 0 and 255. The three random numbers are used to create an RGB color value. The color value is then converted to the desired format and displayed on the page.
  8. BMI Calculator Application: This project calculates the user’s body mass index (BMI) based on their height and weight using JavaScript. The user inputs their height and weight through an HTML form and the result is displayed on the page, styled with CSS. The project uses the Math. round() function to round the BMI value to two decimal places. The BMI value is then displayed on the page.
  9. Loan Calculator: This project calculates the monthly payment and total interest for a loan based on the loan amount, interest rate, and loan term using JavaScript. The user inputs these values through an HTML form and the result is displayed on the page, styled with CSS. The project uses the Math. pow() function to calculate the monthly payment. The monthly payment is then multiplied by the loan term to calculate the total interest. The total interest is then displayed on the page.
  10. Love Calculator: This project calculates a “love percentage” between two people based on their names using JavaScript. The user inputs their names through an HTML form and the result is displayed on the page, styled with CSS. The project uses a simple algorithm to calculate the love percentage. The algorithm adds up the number of letters in each name and then divides the sum by 2. The love percentage is then displayed on the page.

NOTE: This course is Recorded in Hindi Language! and the Subtitle is auto-generated.