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Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using HTML5 and JavaScript
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • This course will prepare you to pass the exam Microsoft 70-480: Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3
  • Passing this exam validates a candidate’s ability to programm in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3
Requirements
  • Experience with programming the fundamental business/application logic for an assortment of application types and hardware/software platforms using JavaScript.
  • Some practice with HTML in an object-oriented, event-driven programming model.
Description

Our Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using HTML5 and JavaScript course provides developers with the knowledge and decision making skills for utilizing HTML and JavaScript to design and develop Windows Store apps. This course provides credit towards the MCSD certification.

This course is designed for developers with at least two to five years of experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript programming. We also recommend that this experience include one or more years developing applications that meet the Windows Store app guidelines.

The primary objectives of this course include:

  • Designing UI layout and structure
  • Designing for separation of concerns
  • Designing and implementing Process Lifetime Management (PLM)
  • Planning for application deployment
  • Accessing and displaying contacts
  • Designing for charms and contracts
  • Implementing search
  • Implementing Share in an app
  • Managing application settings
  • Implementing WinJS controls
  • Implementing HTML5 layout controls
  • Creating layout-aware apps to handle view states
  • Designing and implementing the app bar
  • Applying CSS
  • Managing input devices
  • Designing and implementing navigation in apps
  • Creating and managing tiles
  • Notifying users by using toast
  • Choosing a data access strategy
  • Retrieving data remotely
  • Implementing data binding
  • Managing Windows Authentication and Authorization
  • Managing web authentication
Who this course is for:
  • IT Professionals
Course content
Expand all 84 lectures 05:32:15
+ Module 1
10 lectures 24:34
Windows 8 Technology Stack
04:05
Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML)
04:36
Web Apps vs. Win 8 Apps Part1
02:44
Cross Platform
02:09
Native Experience Benefits
01:42
Layout Design
01:28
Start Menu Navigation Features
03:13
Module Review
00:35
+ Module 2
11 lectures 36:44
First Windows Store App
00:38
Installing Visual Studio 2012
03:18
Hello World Part2
04:43
Design Principles Part1
05:29
Design Principles Part2
03:36
Themes and Styles Part1
03:36
Themes and Styles Part2
03:28
Testing Apps Part1
03:49
Testing Apps Part2
03:05
Module Review
00:42
+ Module 3
15 lectures 55:26
Essentials Part1
05:23
Essentials Part2
03:52
Essentials Part3
03:35
Principles
04:27
Editing in Visual Studio Part1
05:30
Editing in Visual Studio Part2
03:31
Variables Part1
04:59
Variables Part2
02:47
Iteration Part1
04:11
Iteration Part2
02:48
FunctionsPart1
04:34
Functions Part2
03:46
Module Review
00:33
+ Module 4
10 lectures 42:38
Introduction to HTML5
02:13
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) Part1
04:34
Associate a Stylesheet Part1
04:03
Associate a Stylesheet Part2
07:30
Associate a Stylesheet Part3
01:37
Input Control Tags Part1
05:55
Input Control Tags Part2
04:29
Accessible Forms
06:30
Module Review
00:42
+ Module 5
30 lectures 02:22:46
JavaScript Part II
00:32
Arrays Part1
02:45
Arrays Part3
05:23
Numbers Part1
05:28
Numbers Part2
06:21
Strings Part1
08:01
Strings Part2
04:35
Strings Part3
05:26
Dates Part1
03:33
Dates Part2
06:10
Dates Part3
03:29
Objects Part1
04:41
Objects Part2
03:55
Document Object Model (DOM) Part1
03:43
Node Types Part1
06:03
Node Types Part2
05:02
Node Types Part3
05:35
Create and Add Elements Part1
05:22
Create and Add Elements Part2
06:01
Create and Add Elements Part3
02:06
Events and Event Listeners Part1
04:40
Events and Event Listeners Part2
05:48
Events and Event Listeners Part3
03:43
Inputs Part1
03:53
Inputs Part2
05:40
Timers Part1
06:40
Module Review
00:25
+ Module 6
8 lectures 30:07
HTML5 Part II
00:42
HTML5 Features Part1
05:04
HTML5 Features Part2
06:11
Browser Variance Part1
06:58
Browser Variance Part2
03:10
Module Review
00:53
Course Review
00:38