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Microsoft 70-480: Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3

Course Description

17.46 Hours

53 Videos

This course provides developers with the knowledge and skills for utilizing HTML, JavaScript, and CSS3 to develop and style web applications and interfaces. This course provides credit towards the MCSD certification.

This course is designed for developers with at least one year of experience with programming the fundamental business/application logic for an assortment of application types and hardware/software platforms using JavaScript. We also recommend that students have at least one to two years of practice with HTML in an object-oriented, event-driven programming model.

The primary objectives of this course include:

  • Creating document structure
  • Writing code that interacts with UI controls
  • Applying styles to HTML elements
  • Implementing HTML5 APIs
  • Establishing the scope of objects and variables
  • Creating and implementing objects and methods
  • Implementing program flow
  • Raising and handling an event
  • Implementing exception handling
  • Implementing a callback
  • Creating a web worker process
  • Validating user input with HTML5 elements
  • Validating user input with JavaScript
  • Consuming data
  • Serializing, de-serializing, and transmitting data
  • Stylizing HTML text and box properties
  • Creating a flexible content layout
  • Creating an animated and adaptive UI
  • Finding elements by using CSS selectors and JQuery
  • Structuring a CSS file using CSS selectors
Who this course is for:
  • Developers
  • Programmers

Who should take this exam?

Candidates for this exam are developers with at least one year of experience developing with HTML in an object-based, event-driven programming model, and programming essential business logic for a variety of application types, hardware, and software platforms using JavaScript.

Candidates should also have a thorough understanding of the following:

    • Managing program flow and events
    • Asynchronous programming
    • Data validation and working with data collections including JQuery
    • Handling errors and exceptions
    • Arrays and collections
    • Working with variables, operators, and expressions
    • Working with prototypes and methods
    • Decision and iteration statements

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction to Web Development Technologies

  1. Intro To Software Development
  2. Introduction To HTML5-Part1
  3. Introduction To HTML5-Part2
  4. Introduction To CSS3
  5. Overview Of HTML CSS And JavaScript-Part1
  6. Overview Of HTML CSS And JavaScript-Part2
  7. Introduction To JavaScript-Part1
  8. Introduction To JavaScript-Part2
  9. Demo JavaScript

Module 2: HTML

  1. Demonstrating Formatting Quotations And Citations
  2. Tables Lists Blocks Classes And Layout-Part1
  3. Tables Lists Blocks Classes And Layout-Part2
  4. Page Design Frames And Colors
  5. Form Elements-Part1
  6. Form Elements-Part2

Module 3: CSS

  1. Comprehensive Introduction To CSS
  2. Styles With CSS-Part1
  3. Styles With CSS-Part2
  4. Selectors Content And Classes

Module 4: JavaScript

  1. Demo JavaScript Syntax-Part1
  2. Demo JavaScript Syntax-Part2
  3. Demo String Methods
  4. Demo Scope Events And Numbers-Part1
  5. Demo Scope Events And Numbers-Part2
  6. Demo Dates And Arrays-Part1
  7. Demo Dates And Arrays-Part2
  8. Demo Dates And Arrays-Part3
  9. Demo Comparisons Conditions And Loops
  10. Demo Breaks Conversion And Regular Expression-Part1
  11. Demo Breaks Conversion And Regular Expression-Part2
  12. Demo Errors And Debugging

Module 5: jQuery

  1. Intro To jQuery
  2. Demo Using jQuery

Module 6: HTML5

  1. HTML5
  2. Input Validation In HTML5
  3. Demo Password Validation
  4. Demo Using Regular Expressions To Validate Password
  5. Demo Validate A Checkbox
  6. Demo Validate Date And Time-Part1
  7. Demo Validate Date And Time-Part2

Module 7: CSS3

  1. Demo CSS3 Selectors-Part1
  2. Demo CSS3 Selectors-Part2
  3. Demo CSS3 Effects

Module 8: Course Review

  1. Review Of HTML5 CSS3 And JavaScript-Part1
  2. Review Of HTML5 CSS3 And JavaScript-Part2
  3. Comprehensive Walk through Of Visual Studio
  4. Cloud Computing Overview Using Azure-Part1
  5. Cloud Computing Overview Using Azure-Part2
  6. Cloud Computing Overview Using Azure-Part3
  7. Code Review HTML5 CSS3 And JavaScript
  8. Web Design Best Practices
  9. Review jQuery
  10. Course Conclusion

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