What if we told you that we could show you how to make something cool and fun, all while having a seasoned pro guiding along the way? Well, we can! We’ve shuffled through our pack of CareerFoundry mentors to show you how to create a Solitaire card application in just seven steps.
Join us on Wednesday, October 13 as Ted Walther, our very own ace of PixiJS, will show you just how to create the application using coding animations. In the tutorial, he’ll cover:
- The principles of Object-Oriented Programming, and how to use them
- Applying animation tools, like PixiJS and CreateJS
- How to create a 52-card deck for Solitaire, then animate it
If you’re learning web development and starting to think about cool projects you’ll want to work on, this tutorial is ideal for you.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Edward (“Ted”) Walther
Mentor at CareerFoundry
A CareerFoundry mentor, Ted Walther has been coding for almost 20 years. His professional highlights include: being the only on-staff developer at Starfall and coding the majority of their games in their paid section, developing Starfall’s first mobile application, being one of two front-end developers on The Dodo when the site averaged 17 million monthly hits, and producing many, many web and mobile applications for small and medium sized companies. He has spent the majority of his adulthood in California and Oregon but now lives in Maine where, when not coding, he solves crimes with Angela Lansbury (in his dreams).