jQuery Mobile Development Training Course in London

jQuery Mobile Development Training Course in London
Course Price: £650
Course Type: Classroom Based, instructor-led and Hands-on
Location: Kings Cross, London

When is this course running

Classes Date Day(s)
18:30 - 21:30 Tue, Fri 17 Dec 2019 2 Reserve
10:00 - 17:00 Sun 29 Dec 2019 1 Reserve
10:00 - 17:00 Fri 17 Jan 2020 1 Reserve

jQuery Mobile Development Course overview

If you want to learn about jQuery Mobile Development, enrolling on our short-course is a fantastic place to start!

The course has been designed to help students grasp the concepts behind jQuery so they can navigate the software confidently and build robust and responsive mobile websites.

Our jQuery short-course runs in the evenings and on weekends so is great for people with limited time who still want to study. Our tutors are hand-picked and come straight from the industry so have plenty of experience and knowledge in this area.

So enroll on our part-time jQuery mobile development course today and learn in a great classroom based environment located in London.

 

Prerequisites for our jQuery Mobile Development course

  • A good knowledge of HTML and CSS is required. You can get a good knowledge of HTML and CSS by taking our web design course.
  • A good knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 is required. We provide HTML5 training and CSS3 courses. You can get a good knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 by taking our HTML5 and CSS3 course.
  • It is necessary to have to have some knowledge of JavaScript and jQuery. Training Dragon’s jQuery Course provides an insight into javascript and jQuery.
  • It would be helpful to have have some experience of building website for mobile phone. You can learn mobile website design in our mobile web design course.

What will I learn?

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RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
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RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
RT @brucel: jQuery is used on 85.03% of desktop sites, and 83.46% of mobile sites. React is used on 4.6% of desktop sites. Web Almanac 2019…
Stephanie Warner Bros
It was challenging at a good level, we worked through real life scenarios and didn't just improve something but really enhanced it.
Robert United Nations
Very well presented course. There is a lot to learn, and there were some good handouts to practice from home.