In this course, students will build upon their elementary web programming skills gained in the previous course - learning to architect, develop and deploy sophisticated, feature-rich and interactive web applications
that the make the language so powerful in the web domain.
. Whether you are trying to include geolocation features through the Google Maps API
, a live news feed through the Bloomberg API
, or voice-recognition through Amazon's Alexa API
, being able to integrate these amazing features in your web applications relies on an understanding of Web APIs
and the HTTP
protocol that underlies the World-Wide Web. After this course, students will be able to search for third party Web APIs on the web and easily mix and mash these features into their code - allowing countless possibilities for their web applications, ranging from simple to-do apps to intelligent inventory monitoring systems (check out our lovely alumni works