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8.1 Conclusion

You made it! In this course, I introduced you to the libraries, frameworks, and tools that front-end web developers use. Naturally, we barely scratched the surface of the subjects we covered, but you now know enough to get started using these technologies in your own projects.

You should have a basic understanding of how we use JavaScript to manipulate our HTML document—with or without jQuery. You should also understand how CSS is used to layout pages, and how CSS can also be used for animating the elements in our pages.

My name is Jeremy McPeak, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+ thank you for watching!

8.1 Conclusion

Before I leave you there are few things that I hope you take away from this course. First I hope that you have a better understanding of how we use JavaScript to manipulate R HTML document. It doesnt matter if you use jQuery or purely the standard Dom, we incorporate the same ideas and concepts to find elements. Change their style through manipulating their CSS classes and even make HTTP request to retrieve data from a server. Second, I hope that you have a solid starting point for laying out your pages. CSS seems like a simply language and it is to some extent, but it's also incredibly complex Bootstrap simplifies CSS layouts, thanks to its flexible grid system. It might take some time to get familiar with it but it's worth it. CSS is also the language we should use for animating the elements in our Pages. We looked at CSS transitions which are perfect for animating pieces of R user interface. And when you combine them with JavaScript, you can create a very compelling user experience. Thank you so much for watching this course. Please feel free to get in contact with me through Twitter, or the Tut plus forums if you have any questions. Once again thank you and I will see you next time.

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