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BYU-Hydro 302: Introduction to JavaScript
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This module introduces individuals to the basics of JavaScript.
Enrollment is Closed

About This Course

Developing web apps using the Tethys platform or just developing a website may need the development or importation of javascript code to visualize or request different types of data. In order to develop or import javascript code, it is necessary to understand the basic nature of the programming language. For example, requesting the data and displaying such data in a chart or map for visualization lets the developer use multiple functionalities to display data in a concise and engaging way.

Course Author

Giovanni Bustamante and Kyler Ashby

Target Audience

This module is intended for people learning the basics of javascript.

Tools Needed

A computer, IDE (optional)

Suggested Time Spent

3 hours


  1. Basic understanding of programming concepts such as variables, functions, and events
  2. BYU-Hydro-301, or an introductory knowledge of HTML and CSS

Frequently Asked Questions

What web browser should I use?

The Open edX platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.

See our list of supported browsers for the most up-to-date information.

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