I need help with a JavaScript animation

Nov 4th, 2015
Price: $40 USD

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I have this assignment of a friend of mine, I'm looking for help in order to change his code a little bit so the professor wont recognize. For example instead of circle and square, I would like to be something else like logo. The most important things that I don't want the professor knows that I get my friend code.

here is the requirement for the Lab:


Since the best (and perhaps only) way to master any activity is to immerse yourself into the process, the best incentive to do this is to make the work interesting to you. Remember, since you need no tools other than a text editor and a web browser, you can use virtually any computer.

NOTE: Any version of Internet Explorer prior to version 9 (or maybe 8) is unlikely to provide you with any amount of happiness in this part.


We'll talk about each of these briefly in lab, but you can find good information and examples at the links below.


Create a single web page (split in to separate HTML and JS files) with buttons that demonstrate each of the following.NOTE: As alluded to above, there are no "concrete design" requirements for this application... it's mainly an exercise in creativity at the design level

  • Move an object on the screen up,down, left, and right with each click of a button
    • Try using small images instead of just simple boxes.
  • Start and stop the animated movement of objects on the screen.
    • Try to animate multiple objects simultaneously.
    • Have object "bounce" around the screen, changing direction automatically.
    • If you feel really ambitious, try having the objects bounce off of each other if they collide!
  • Virtually any other idea utilizing the above topics can be done use your own imaginations to create an application utilizing the above ideas.


  • Your HTML (.html) file.
  • Your JavaScript (.js) file.
  • Be sure to "ZIP" the .html file! This is especially important, as Blackboard will adulterate an HTML file containing JavaScript upon submission... presumably as a security precaution.

Here is the files:

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