Introduction à HTML5 - Animations et jeux

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  • 17 Sequences
  • Introductive Level
  • Starts on January 28, 2018
  • Ends on April 1, 2018

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Partie 1 : Langages

Semaine 0

  • HTML. Que recouvre cet acronyme ? Un peu d'histoire

Semaine 1

  • HTML : structure, balises
  • Introduction à CSS

Semaine 2

  • Introduction à JavaScript
  • Introduction à jQuery

Semaine 3

  • JavaScript : événements

Semaine 4

  • JavaScript : objets
  • jQuery (partie 2)

Partie 2 : HTML5 - morceaux choisis

Semaine 5

  • Nouvelles balises de structure
  • Contenus embarqués

Semaine 6

  • Dessin
  • Animation

Semaine 7

  • Interactivité
  • Glisser-déposer

Partie 3 : Méthodologie

Semaine 8

  • Méthodologie de conception d'une animation HTML5
  • Etude de cas : le jeu des balles
  • Projet de développement (à rendre fin de semaine 9)


Ce cours s'adresse à toute personne possédant des notions d'algorithmique ; la connaissance d'un langage de programmation est un plus.


Dr Jean-Yves Plantec
Jean-Yves Plantec est Maître de conférences à l'INSA de Toulouse au département de Génie Mathématique et Modélisation et chercheur à l'IRIT dans le domaine des jeux sérieux.


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