The videos in this course require a web browser, a code editor, and an HTTP server. This video provides an overview of some popular choices.
Note that if you are on a Mac and you…want to use Safari, you need to go into…the Advanced tab of the Preferences…and check the Show Develop menu in the…Menu bar box in order to be able to use…developer tools.…A number of great code editors are available,…both free and paid apps.…Any editor that lets you edit and save…plain text is fine for this course.…So if you have a code editor you like,…such as Sublime Text or Atom, it's fine to use it.…
I use Visual Studio Code in these videos,…which is a version of Microsoft's Visual Studio…created specifically for web development.…
- Replacing jQuery Ajax requests with Fetch requests
- Implementing data binding
- Replacing simple animations
- Ensuring backwards compatibility