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JavaScript & HTML5

This JavaScript and HTML5 course teaches you how to code application logic in web applications using JavaScript and how to create HTML5 pages to parse and send data using HTML5 forms. Create and modify the Document Object Model(DOM), create responsive layouts with CSS3, store local data with JSON, and draw on HTML5 canvas. Students will add interactive behaviors to web pages creating better user experiences and add dynamic data using AJAX, REST and WebSocket with JavaScript. Learn To: Code application logic using JavaScript to control user interactions and display data. Create applications with HTML5 forms to send data to services. Debug and inspect web applications and styles using browser's tools. Create design templates and standards using CSS and JavaScript that adapt to different devices including mobile with Media Queries and Responsive Design. Read and validate data from HTML5 forms using JavaScript. Parse, modify, and validate data using Javascript API. Add interactivity in HTML5 forms using events and DOM modification. Store and send JavaScript Object data to services, local storage or across different pages and HTML5 elements using JavaScript Object Notation. Draw on HTML5 canvas using JavaScript. Store user data in web applications using HTML5 Local Storage Create JavaScript code to retrieve and display dynamic data from REST services using AJAX. Create JavaScript code to interact with WebSocket for real-time communication. Create jQuery code to animate elements, handle DOM, events, or AJAX responses.

Course Duration :- 40 Hours
Upon the completion of the Informatica course, the candidates will be able to do the following:
Create and run an HTML5 applications in NetBeans
Write JavaScript code to use variables, objects, functions and arrays
Create HTML5 forms to request information and process it
Write JavaScript functions for HTML5 events
Manipulate HTML5 elements through DOM
Use the JavaScript API
Store objects by using the JSON API, Cookies, and Local Storage
Style HTML documents with CSS3
Use Media Queries and media data to adapt the web page to different screen sizes
Create closures, prototypes, and modules in JavaScript
Create a Canvas, intervals, Drag and Drop interactions, and implement mouse gestures in HTML5
Use AJAX to consume RESTful Web Services
Identify the required Back-End technologies for REST and WebSocket with Java EE7
Use Selectors and DOM manipulators to handle documents with jQuery
Handle events and AJAX server responses with jQuery


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Modules / Levels

Module 1


Knowing the objectives of the course

Setting up the Environment

Module 2

Web Application Essentials

Creating HTML5 Applications in NetBeans

Running HTML pages and analizing them by using the browser's development tools

Separating CSS and JavaScript content from HTML pages

Running HTML5 Applications in NetBeans

Practice: Creating HTML5 Web Applications with NetBeans 8

Practice: Separating JavaScript and CSS Resources

Module 3

JavaScript Fundamentals

Writing JavaScript code to declare variables, objects, functions and arrays

Writing JavaScript Arrays to store data

Defining JavaScript Objects as a key-value store

Accessing the properties of an object

Practice: Writing JavaScript code to pass tests in Jasmine

Module 4

Combining HTML5 and JavaScript in Web Applications

Creating HTML5 Documents

Creating HTML5 Forms to request information and process it

Validating HTML5 form input

Writing JavaScript functions for HTML5 events

Manipulating HTML5 elements through DOM

Practice: Writing JavaScript code to modify document elements

Module 5

The JavaScript API

Validating user input with JavaScript and Regular Expressions

Handling multiple values with JavaScript Collections

Manipulating Dates with the JavaScript Date API

Practice: Creating a meal-divider application

Practice: Calculating the total based on the age

Module 6

Web Application Data

Converting Objects to JSON Strings

Parsing JSON Strings into JavaScript Objects

Storing Objects by using the JSON API, Cookies, and Local Storage

Practice: Saving user input using JSON and Local Storage

Practice: Restoring saved data when page loads

Module 7

Style Applications using CSS3 and JavaScript

Applying CSS styles to HTML documents

Using CSS3 features to add dynamic styles to elements with events

Using Media Queries and media data to adapt to different screens

Using JavaScript to add and remove styles from elements

Practice: Writing CSS rules to style elements in the document

Module 8

Advanced JavaScript

Defining Functions

Creating Closures and explaining Variable Scope

Writing JavaScript functions as modules

Creating Prototypes

Creating Drag-and-Drop interactions with JavaScript

Creating JavaScript Timers and Delays to create animations in HTML

Using the HTML5 Canvas Object to draw in pages

Practices: Creating a Canvas, intervals, Drag and Drop, and implementing Mouse Gestures

Module 9

AJAX and WebSocket

Using AJAX with JavaScript to request data from an Application Server

Using AJAX to consume RESTful Web Services

Using AJAX calls to create "Server Push" interactions

Identifying alternatives to AJAX used in legacy code

Understanding AJAX Security

Using WebSocket to create Real-time Client/Server interactions

Identifying the required Back-End technologies for REST and WebSocket with Java EE7

Practices: Creating a Single-Page Application using RESTand a Tic-Tac-Toe Game Client with WebSocket

Module 10

Developing Applications with jQuery

Adding jQuery and jQuery UI libraries to your projects

Using Selectors and DOM manipulators to handle documents

Handling Events with jQuery

Animating elements and Applying effects in the document

Handling AJAX server responses

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