Essential JS Libraries for Web Design

Essential JS Libraries for Web Design Created by tutsplus. This templates have specific characteristics, namely: If you’re a web designer then you’ll almost certainly be using a JavaScript library in your projects. In this course Adi Purdilla will teach you about some of the most useful libraries as well as a very easy and effective way of loading them into your projects. From plugins that enhance your .

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Essential JS Libraries for Web Design
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Course Description

If you’re a web designer then you’ll almost certainly be using a JavaScript library in your projects. In this course Adi Purdilla will teach you about some of the most useful libraries as well as a very easy and effective way of loading them into your projects. From plugins that enhance your workflow, to libraries that allow you to create awesome layouts.

What You’ll Learn

  • Learn the ins and outs of JavaScript libraries for enhancement, such as Modernizr, Retina.js, Echo.js, and more.
  • Learn about JavaScript libraries related to UI elements, such as Cycle2, Fresco, Superfish, and more.
  • Master layout-related JavaScript libraries, such as Waypoints.js, Masonry, Stellar.js, and more.

About the Instructor

Adi Purdila is an expert web designer and developer based in Romania. He’s created more than 30 courses for Envato Tuts+ on every conceivable web design topic, from Bootstrap, WordPress, and Foundation, to Sass and Sketch. You can check out his portfolio, follow him on Twitter, and see his ThemeForest portfolio.