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The Science and Art of Effective Web and Application Design

The Science and Art of Effective Web and Application Design

html5

This course provides exposure to features and capabilities of the HTML5 and CSS3 specifications. Content focuses on the new capabilities of HTML markup, CSS3, and JavaScript features (to include ECMAScript 5 features). Important in the discussions of each of these technologies are the recommended best practices for handling them within practical applications and in cross-browser, cross-platform environments.

Hands On Dojo Toolkit Development

This course provides a firm understanding of the Dojo JavaScript Library. It assumes strong prior knowledge of modern JavaScript principles. The course provides hands-on exposure to working with numerous widgets within the Dojo library. It explores the creation of custom widgets, the lifecycle of widgets, and best practice coding techniques for creating widgets under the Dojo 1.9 library. The course also examines the current dynamic loading mechanism, AMD, as well as the core features of the library. The course looks at how to utilize the powerful dojo/request features to implement Ajax or JSONP forms of asynchronous calls. It provides an opportunity to create with the numerous UI widgets and utilizes data stores to configure data for widgets such as the DataGrid and the newer modular addon, the DGrid. It features a look at how to use many of the remaining APIs within Dojo including the inheritance mechanisms, drag-and-drop, animation and effects, and data type manipulation features such as strings, arrays, and dojo/router, using Observables, and much more. Note: This course is based on version 1.9.

Developing Web Applications Using Node js

Developing Web Applications Using NodeJS is a two-day instructor-led course that teaches participants how to build server-side web applications using open source JavaScript frameworks. Participants will learn how to install, configure and utilize many open-source JavaScript frameworks to create a custom development environment for designing modern web applications and APIs.

Introduction To Angularjs

Introduction to AngularJS training teaches participants how to use the freely-available AngularJS library to simplify building modern web applications. Participants will learn how to write single page applications (SPA), how to manipulate the behavior of controllers, and create dynamic views. This course will include coverage of core library elements like event handling, AJAX calls, and keeping data values in the appropriate scope. We will introduce directives and testing frameworks to enable developers to migrate to a full-stack AngularJS application.