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Oslo Og 2 andre steder 5 dager 22 900 kr
24 Apr
29 May
03 Jul
The advent of HTML5 and CSS3 has seen something of a revolution in application development in recent times. This course takes the lid off these technologies and shows how... [+]
The advent of HTML5 and CSS3 has seen something of a revolution in application development in recent times. This course takes the lid off these technologies and shows how you can use their full power to create contemporary, adaptive, and interactive Web applications. This course provides an introduction to HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. You will gain basic HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript programming skills. This course is an entry point into both the Web application and Windows Store apps training paths. 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.   HTML and CSS Core Principles: HTML core concepts and syntax; CSS core concepts and syntax Creating HTML5 and CSS3 Web Pages: HTML5 semantic tags; Additional HTML5 layout features; CSS3 enhancements JavaScript Core Principles: JavaScript essential syntax; Accessing and updating HTML content by using DOM; Getting started with jQuery; Event handling Using Forms: Defining a form to gather user input; Using the new HTML5 input elements; Validating input; Implementing JavaScript validation Implementing Ajax-Enabled Web Pages: Overview of Ajax; Using Ajax manually; Using Ajax with jQuery; Guidelines for how to communicate with remote services Going Further with CSS3: Textual styling; Using CSS3 selectors; Additional CSS3 techniques Object-Oriented Programming in JavaScript: Creating objects; Defining properties and methods; Defining constructors; Understanding prototypes; Implementing inheritance Platform Integration: Using the File API; Implementing drag-and-drop; Incorporating audio and video; Using the Geolocation API Offline Working: Using local storage; Offline working; Using the application cache Creating Adaptive User Interfaces: Media queries; Creating applications that look good in different form factors; Creating printer-friendly applications Graphics: Using the canvas API; Using SVG; Techniques and recommendations CSS3 Animations and Effects: Transitions; 2D and 3D transformations; Key-frame animations Web Sockets: The need for Web Sockets; Implementing a Web Sockets client; Implementing a Web Sockets server Web Workers: What are Web Workers? Implementing a Web Worker; Asynchronous programming techniques Read more about Glasspaper: http://www.glasspaper.no/ Read more about the course: http://www.glasspaper.no/Hvem-er-du/Utvikler/Webutvikling/2095.Programming-in-HTML5,-CSS3,-and-JavaScript-(exam-70-480)-hands-on/STAVANGER/?epslanguage=no     About Andy Olsen - the author and instructor of the course Andy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy has been working with .NET since the Beta 1 days and has extensive experience in many facets of .NET development including WCF, WPF, WF, ASP.NET MVC Web development, and mobile applications. Andy has designed and written many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses in the last decade, and has been engaged as author and technical reviewer with Apress on some of their biggest selling books [-]
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Oslo Og 2 andre steder 2 dager 13 900 kr
06 Apr
27 Apr
Web authors are collectively coming to the same conclusion: the Web is becoming less inert HTML+CSS, and more dynamic JavaScript with the feeling of a desktop application... [+]
Web authors are collectively coming to the same conclusion: the Web is becoming less inert HTML+CSS, and more dynamic JavaScript with the feeling of a desktop application. Interaction is more and more becoming the norm. Some roll their own solutions, or build on top of existing libraries. Others seek the comfort, scalability, and experience of a web application framework. There are lots of web application frameworks out there, but Angular stands out from the crowd. Google-powered, open-sourced, and brimming with powerful mechanisms to turn your website into a web application. This course takes you through how and why.   Day 1   What is Angular? Live demo Impedance mismatch: Document-centric HTML vs web applications The need for structure: a proper component approach Data binding An HTML compiler Angular's testing story   Templates HTML++ Two-way data binding Angular expressions: full of mustaches Dirty checking ng-click ng-show and ng-hide ng-repeat ng-template   Filters Transforming values i18n and l10n Testing filters   Directives Angular extends, and you can, too! Directive normalization Directives and HTML validators ng-app ng-controller ng-restrict, ng-replace, and ng-transclude   Controllers MVC Scopes: the things your expressions happen in Some live action with Batarang Scope life cycle Dependency injection The Angular bootstrap ng-init   Day 2   Models A place to put your data ng-model Models and views ng-select and ng-options Testing your model   Forms Form validation ng-valid, ng-invalid ng-pristine, ng-dirty Custom form validation Custom form controls   Animations How they work Directives that do animation   Services View-independent business logic Injecting services into controllers Implicit dependency injection Service dependencies The $location service Testing your services   End-to-end testing Protractor   The future  ?...of Angular ?...of HTML ?...of web applications   [-]
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Oslo Og 3 andre steder 3 dager 17 900 kr
19 Apr
10 May
14 Jun
JavaScript has grown a lot in recent years, and nowadays allows developers to create extremely dynamic and rich client-side Web applications. [+]
JavaScript has grown a lot in recent years, and nowadays allows developers to create extremely dynamic and rich client-side Web applications. This course leads you through the latest JavaScript syntax and includes detailed coverage of Dynamic HTML (DTML), the Document Object Model (DOM), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The course also shows how to use jQuery to simplify client-side programming and add Ajax support with ease! Introduction to Web development and JavaScript: Architecture of a Web application; Core Web technologies; DOM scripting and AJAX; Cross-browser compatibility JavaScript Essential Syntax:Declaring variables and arrays; Using operators and expressions; Loops and decision-making constructs; Functions; Alert, confirmation and prompt boxes; Regular expressions.   JavaScript Objects: Overview of objects; The Object type; Extending, modifying, and deleting an object; Inheriting properties and methods; cascading methods; Using predefined objects; Manipulating arrays; Creating new object types. HTML Forms:Overview of HTML forms; Accessing elements in a form; Event-handling; Validating user input. Managing Images: Overview of image objects; Defining rollovers; Loading images efficiently. Window and Document Management: Interacting with the browser; Managing windows; Interacting with the status bar; Using timeouts, frames, and cookies; Managing documents; Detecting nodes; Searching for nodes; Adding content to the page. Advanced Event Handling:The core event model; Understanding the Event object; Event propagation; Cross-browser events. How to script CSS:Types of style sheets; Modifying styles of an element; CSS and positioning; Object models for DHTML; Portability. Using jQuery:What is jQuery? jQuery selector syntax; Examples of jQuery selectors.  Ajax Programming:What is Ajax? Creating an XMLHttpRequest object; Interacting with a server; Handling XML and JSON responses; Updating the user interface; jQuery Ajax support; Examples of jQuery and Ajax. Using jQueryUI: What is jQuery UI? Downloading and installing jQuery UI; Simple jQuery UI example; jQuery UI demos. [-]
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Oslo 4 dager 21 900 kr
02 May
Want to follow in the footsteps of Facebook, Instragram, Netflix, Flipboard, Dropbox, Product Hunt and many more? React is a JavaScript library initially developed intern... [+]
It introduces a new way of thinking when it comes to building user interfaces in JavaScript. With its declarative style and virtual DOM-diffing algorithm it challenges established best practices. What does this mean for you? Faster, more maintainable applications that are easier to test, debug and reason about. Don't want to go all-in? Don't worry. Dip your toes in. React facilitates being used in as small or large a part of your application as you want to. You can also create both hybrid and native mobile apps using React in style of the new «Learn Once - Write Anywhere» mantra. The additional day focuses on leveraging what we've learned about React to build mobile apps.   Who should attend Developers who want to to build performant web/mobile applications that are easy to maintain and reason about. Introduction: Concepts and rethinking best practices Getting set up JSX: What is JSX? Benefits of JSX The difference between JSX and HTML React without JSX Component lifecycle: Lifecycle methods Instantiation Lifetime Teardown and cleanup Anti-patterns Data flow: Props and propTypes State What belongs where? Event handling: Attaching event handlers Events and state Composing components: Extending HTML Composition Parent/child relationship Mixins: What are mixins? When to use them DOM manipulation: Accessing the DOM Using non-React libraries Forms: Controlled and uncontrolled components Form events Custom form components Usability Animations: CSS Transition Groups Pitfalls Interval rendering Performance tuning: shouldComponentUpdate PureRenderMixin Immutability helpers Key Gaining insight into the slow parts Universal rendering: Rendering on both the server and client Development tools: Build tools Webpack and Browserify Debugging tools Testing: Using Jest and other test harnesses Mocking components Spying on functions Simulating events Architectural patterns: Routing Unidirectional Data Flow Flux Redux Mobile app development: Building hybrid apps with React and Cordova Reapp TouchStoneJS Building native apps with React Native [-]
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Oslo 3 dager 18 900 kr
22 May
JavaScript is everywhere today, and there's no way around it. Now you can even run JavaScript on the server with node.js. Why not embrace this powerful language and learn... [+]
JavaScript is everywhere today, and there's no way around it. Now you can even run JavaScript on the server with node.js. Why not embrace this powerful language and learn the secrets. The need for proficient JavaScript programmers is increasing, and this course will give you a good basis to take on this role. The course teaches the JavaScript programming language from the ground up. It also gives an introduction to JavaScript ecosystem and APIs/tooling that is relevant for today's frontend (and backend!) programmers. The course has a practical format with roughly a 50/50 time split between lectures/discussions and exercises. Delegates are expected to have basic programming knowledge through experience with at least one other programming language. HTML and CSS alone is not enough background to take this course, as introductory programming concepts are not part of the course. Course structure: Day one focuses on the basic syntax of the language, as well as its built-in types.  Day two focuses on functions, objects, closures and how to combine these to create abstractions.  Day three focuses on asynchronous JavaScript, and also gives an overview of debugging, the ecosystem and tooling available for building JavaScript applications.  Course workshop: Exercises require a text editor and browser of the delegates choice. Programutvikling provides the necessary machines, but delegates may use their own computers if they want.  Pre-requisites: Delegates should be proficient with at least one other programming language. HTML and CSS alone is not enough background to take this course. Delegates will benefit from experience with web technologies such as HTML and CSS, but it is not strictly necessary. [-]
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