The course starts with programming fundamentals, such as variables, loops, and conditional statements, and gradually progresses to more advanced topics like arrays and functions. The concepts are explained in a clear and concise manner, with plenty of examples and exercises to help reinforce the learning.
The course's final project is to create a web page where others can upload their images and apply the image filters you make. This project is a great way to apply the skills you have learned throughout the course and to showcase your knowledge.
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