[Download] JavaScript Programming: Learn by Making a Mobile Game

JavaScript Programming: Learn by Making a Mobile Game

Funded on Kickstarter by 500+ people, take this ultimate project-based course to learn how to code in JavaScript.

What you’ll learn

  • By the end of this course, students will have basic JavaScript programming skills and will be able to apply these in HTML5 game development projects.
  • Everything covered in this course can also be used in web, mobile app and server-side (Node.js) development


  • Students need to download Google Chrome and a code editor of their choosing (the course uses Sublime Text)


Update: Added live coding exercises! Put into practice the skills you learn by coding in the browser – Only a handful of Udemy courses have this new feature
Successfully funded in Kickstarter by 500+ people
Learn Silicon Valley’s hottest programming language in a visual and colorful way.
The goal of this course is to teach you the basics of JavaScript programming. The focus of the course is mainly on HTML5 game development, but all the concepts we cover are also used in web, mobile app and server-side development.
JavaScript is eating the world. Starting as a web scripting language, JavaScript is now used not just for web development, but also game, mobile app, server and database development.
This course will teach you how to code in JavaScript from scratch in a visual and colorful way. You will learn to code by making a mobile game. That’s right! you read well. By making your first mobile game you will be learning JavaScript’s core concepts (which also apply to other programming languages!), as opposed to the usual dull style found in all other JavaScript courses.
This approach to teaching JavaScript has never been tried before and that’s why 578 people funded it’s creation via Kickstarter.
Course author Pablo Farias Navarro is a developer, educator and entrepreneur. Founder of ZENVA, Pablo has authored over 40 programming courses in different languages, and has created educational content for companies such as Amazon and Intel. Pablo has also run live game development workshops at the HTML5 Developer Conference in San Francisco.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is meant to be for people with basic HTML and CSS skills who want to learn JavaScript for web, app and/or game development

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