Thursday, November 15, 2012

Developing HTML 5 with JavaScript and CSS 3 applications - Jump Start videos and tutorials

Developing HTML 5 with JavaScript and CSS 3 applications - Jump Start videos and tutorials

Microsoft Virtual Academy is offering a free course and exam voucher that maps to Exam 70-480, This is a limited time offer and is on a first come first serve basis....

This course provides an accelerated introduction to HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript and helps students gain basic HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript programming skills. The course focuses on using HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript to implement programming logic, define and use variables, perform looping and branching, develop user interfaces, capture and validate user input, store data, and create well-structured applications. This course uses Visual Studio 2012, running on Windows 8.

(01) | HTML5 Semantic Structure 
Topics include Semantic tags, Forms, Audio and Video, Canvas and SVG. 

Click on the materials below. These materials are external documents and will be opened in a new window. Please come back to this track once you have reviewed it. 

(02) | CSS3 Selectors and Style Pro...  

 In this module, Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo focus on CSS3 Selectors and Style Properties. Topics include Selectors, Combinators, Color properties, Text properties, and Box properties 

(03) | Advanced Layout and Animation...

 This module features Michael Palermo and Jeremy Foster covering the important areas of layout and animation. During the session, they cover Legacy layouts, Flexbox, Grid, Transforms, and Transitions and Animations. 

 (04) | JavaScript Core Capabilities 

 Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo provide an overview of the core capabilities of JavaScript in this module. After an insightful overview of JavaScript, the session includes important information such as Variables, Functions, Function scope, Arrays, and Objects. 

 (05) | DOM Interactions
In this important module, Michael Palermo and Jeremy Foster focus on DOM interactions. This important module covers topics such as Querying the DOM, Manipulating the DOM, and Responding to events. 

 (06) | Advanced Topics
 After an effective discussion about Handling exceptions, they cover Promises, Web worker, Web sockets, Architecture patterns, and TypeScript. 

More on MS Virtual academy here ..

- DJ

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