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Application Programming Interface (or API)

An API, or application programming interface, is a set of rules that determines how programs can interact with one another. These rules allow programmers to design their programs to work together for a cohesive experience.

CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give coders aesthetic control over their web creations. When you know how to work with CSS, you can exercise your creativity with front-end elements such as fonts, color, and layout.

HTML

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) forms the backbone of the web. Every page you see online owes its structure and content to this code. When building out the front end of websites and applications, you’ll often start with HTML to outline where various content on your page lives.

JavaScript

JavaScript is the only programming language that can be used in a browser, and is used widely in web development. With JavaScript, you can add interactivity and behavior to your site — including features like drop-down menus, animations, and more — to create a richer web experience.

JavaScript Function

Along with objects, functions are one of the most important tools in the JavaScript language. JavaScript functions allow programmers to define custom processes in their code. These processes can take input values, perform actions based on those inputs, and even return output results.

JavaScript Object

Objects are one of the most fundamental aspects of the JavaScript language. In JavaScript, an object is a collection of data and behaviors used to represent an “entity” in your program. By combining different kinds of objects, developers can write code to accomplish a broad range of tasks.

jQuery

A popular resource for JavaScript programmers, jQuery makes it easier to add interactivity to websites and applications. This free, open-source library is full of ready-made code that powers animations, event handling, and more.

Object-Oriented Programming

A programming paradigm in which models (“objects") are given data (“properties”) and functionality ("methods") that allow them to perform various actions. Languages including JavaScript and Ruby are built off of object-oriented programming (OOP) logic.

Responsive Design

An essential consideration in a mobile-powered world, responsive design ensures that the layout and dimensions of websites and applications adjust to the screen size on which they’re viewed — desktop, smartphone, tablet, or otherwise.

Web Browser

Web browsers like Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox are how ordinary users interact with website and web applications every day. Explore these “windows to the web,” and discover how computer code is transformed into visible content that we can interact with.

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