Actually the best online course i hv ever learnt,especially the professor yaakov is quiet outstanding.And a field trip in a online course sounds rare and good!!Thank You Coursera and yakkov for this!!
Many thanks to the creators of this course! It was a very solid refresher for me, even though I have spent in web development a few years by now. I thoroughly enjoyed every lesson. Thank you, Yaakov!
par Jade N•
There was a lot of out of date information featured in this course.
par luis m p•
good content but outdated and confusing, not very good explanation
par haseeb h•
Please update this course very hard to understand for beginners
par ADARSH N•
Bit outdated course. It should be updated according to recents
par Samridh S•
I like this course it is very easy because of the trainer
par Nahidul I•
It was a great learning experience. Thank you Professor.
par Mayur S•
Good but everything is just superficial knowledge.
par SARTHAK A•
HTML,CSS was great but js was not up to the mark.
par Akhil C•
Pretty average. Check out Angela Yu on Udemy.
par Inam K C•
Lots of things changed since the video made
par Apoorva S•
par Gokulan S S•
week 5 is very unclear. Very Complex
par Sophie T•
old and not suitable for beginners
par ATUL S•
very old content, needs update
par Harry H D•
par mohamed e•
very old content
par Komal G•
Good for basics
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par Moritz G•
Unfortunately this course was too difficult for my level. I had some very basic knowledge of html and have finished a course in Python programming. I thought this would give me enough of a general sense of programming before I'll get into this course. Unfortunately not the case and I gave up in week 2 although having paid for it. Mainly for two reasons.
1.The Balance between lectures and practice coding examples was definitely too much on the lecture side. Before you even start writing one line of code you're prone to watch 26 lectures already, each one of them introducing new concepts and syntaxes. With some of them being quite complex, this is way to much information too remember before one gets to the actual work.
2.The pace is too fast. I wasn't able to follow a single lecture with 100% video speed, as Yaakov's talking is quite fast and not always easy to follow.
An extensive course if you're very serious about web development and have at least already some basic knowledge. If you are a beginner, not recommended.
par Shahzeb M•
par Safei e A A A•
The Course Material is outdated, HTML and CSS are fine, not the easiest tutorial but with a little extra effort, you will make your way through.
When it comes to bootstrap, it is outdated using version 3 while now it is on 4.x
The discussions and forms are helpful to help you get over some stuff.
Js content is old, it does not teach you the basics since it depends on the fact that you are already familiar with programming, yet it does not teach you the advanced Js or the most updated version ES6.
Week 5 about Ajax, Json and some Js code was a total mess, had to pause look for other resources to understand those topics then reverted back to the assignment right away.
There is some good effort made here, but there is always room for improvement.
I believe the assignments were not that challenging, and the quizzes were just repetitive and did not add much value
par Usama A•
Aug 2020 review:
1- The course is outdated, the bootstrap version is old, the jquery files are old, if you have the new versions. you can't go on with the same codes in the lectures.
2- I thought coursera is an ad-free platform! the course of full of what I call "personal ads"!
3- some codes are written in the projects without being recorded in the videos! you just open the next video and :OMG where did it come from?
4- Part 5 was ambiguous for me, I needed external resources and youtube videos just to know what is going here.
5- The method of just "I've prepared some code" and commenting on it is really annoying.