I think this weekly digital resources post has never been so eclectic in its content: the role of attention in eLearning, design, User Experience, usability and web development. So everybody should find an interesting link that fits to her or his concern.
In the middle of the afternoon, you are at work and you start getting bored: 10 minutes on DuoLingo to improve or learn a new language.
After dinner, skip your favorite TV show and watch another kind of video: 20 minutes on an opencourseware platefom like the Microsoft Virtual Academy or the MIT OpenCourseWare and take some notes (10 minutes). For more interaction with other learners and to get a certification, you can attend to a MOOC on Open2Study, edX, Coursera or NovoEd. And if you do not find an interesting topic on these platforms, check the MOOC portal designed by the European Commission.
This weekly bunch of digital resources targets one topic: mobile application development with HTML5.
This week: front-end programming, online courses and reading, everything I enjoy! I hope you too, and you can send me your request for any help or question about digital stuff.
ECMAScript 6 – 10 Awesome New Features – Have a look in particular to the very useful for … of statement!
Aside, I’ve read an interesting benchmark with advantages and drawbacks of the two main current databases management systems: “relational” (RDBMS) and “NoSQL“.
One of my favorite sayings is “Less is more“. In other words: only a few in quantity, with a high quality. And I apply it to this weekly digital post with only 4 resources, however you will learn very concrete and relevant stuff about:
- Flat webdesign,
- How to monitor network bandwidth
- How to create a HTML5 form to create and save contacts, without needing database or server…
However, you find also some useful links about other digital topics: Web components, DOM elements and servers administration.
I’m too curious to focus on programming, let’s say I’m very curious pure and simple, but I treat myself 😉
Aside these resources for web development, you find links for various digital resources about eLearning, accessibility, Dropbox, search on Google.