Vanligvis vil CTRL + + tastene kunne brukes for å øke størrelsen, og CTRL + - for å redusere den.
Har du hjul på musen, kan du bruke CTRL sammen med hjulet for å justere størrelsen. På Mac kan du bruke CMD + + og CMD + -.
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How to have a normal website and also let it appear as a traditional application or native mobile application? Want to write apps that are powered by Web technologies and delivered with Web infrastructure? Welcome to Progressive Web Apps. PWAs are secure and installable, can run offline and can display system notifications even when the app is not running.
Accessibility and Video will be covered extensively. Finally you’ll learn how to measure and optimise performance, as well as debugging and testing.
Basically this course will teach the most popular and successful web technologies in use today. Course will be updated regularly to keep up with the latests developments.
We’ll cover basic syntax as well as useful new additions to the language. Most notable:
Variable declarations with let, var and const; Class syntax; Modules; Template strings; Arrow functions; Default parameters in functions; for..of loops; Promises and async/await asynchronous function handling; Destructuring; Rest and Spread operators for quick array and object manipulations; Maps (key-value pairs) and Sets (unique values).
HTML 5.2 and beyond
Basics like the Document Object Model (DOM) and manipulation thereof as well as the working of the event-system are covered. We’ll dive deeper into handling both touch and mouse event to work with all types of devices, not only desktops. HTML Forms input types and validation methods are covered.
CSS (Snapshot 2017 and beyond)
Explaining CSS precedence. Both well known and the latests selectors, pseudo classes and pseudo elements are discussed as well as style attributes. Techniques to adjust to the screen size are responsive images as well as Web Fonts and flexible font sizes.
Progressive Web Apps
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) is a set of technologies you can use to enhance a website with application behaviour:
PWA can even be published to the Microsoft Store and become Windows Apps.
Data storage within the browser are covered with 3 techniques:
Video & Audio
Answers: How to add video & audio elements? How to create subtitles and picture-in-picture video?
Explaining techniques to keep your designs accessible for the visual impaired.
Explaining how to use the developer tools in the browser:
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Familiarity with any contemporary programming language.
This course can be used as part of your preparation for Google exam: Mobile Web Specialist.
75% of this course is focused on technologies introduced after Microsoft’s 70-480 exam.Påmeldingsskjema Send meg gratis info