The tools we use to create visualisations
Here are a few links to relevant places on how to do some basic HTML, CSS and JS -
- HTML: https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-html https://scrimba.com/learn/htmlcss
- CSS: https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-css
- Vue.js: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqgiuPt5QZo
For the HTML course, you will most likely require sections 1. Elements and Structure, and 3. Forms. You may choose to opt-out on learning CSS as we have a set of predefined components, like sliders and buttons, which will be introduced later! If you are interested in customising the components, you may come back and learn CSS. As for JS, sections 2-7 are essential, and sections 8 and 9 are useful for object-oriented programming.
While coding a visualisation, you will inevitably have to use some mathematical functions. Math.js is an extensive JS math library that provides many useful tools. For more information, https://mathjs.org/.
Have a look at our Help on HTML, CSS, JS and JS libraries page for further guidance on these coding languages.