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Web Development Courses

Web Development - Introduction,Intermediate and Advance Level Courses

HTML5 CSS3

Prospective job: This Course help student to start career in Web Developer.Upon successful complete this course student is able to design basic web page.

HTML5 and CSS3 training covers the newest HTML specification, providing a high-level overview of HTML5 and CSS3 in its current state, how it differs from HTML 5, the current level of support in various browsers and mobile devices, and how the specification might evolve in the future.ths of hands-on experience in the lab or field.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:Understand the differences between HTML4 and HTML5,Create and structure HTML5 documents, Build forms, Use the features of associated technologies


JavaScript and XML

Prospective job: This Course help student to start career in Web Developer.

This course introduces Ajax and its underlying technologies. XML is introduced as the foundation for XHTML documents. The differences between an HTML and XHTML document are discussed as well as formatting XHTML documents using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). JavaScript is covered in detail along with its interaction with the W3C DOM for XML and XHTML. Students will learn how all of these technologies come together to form the basis of an Ajax application or Notepad++ editor. The XMLHttpRequestObject will then be studied as a means of communicating with server-side components.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Understand the purpose of Ajax and its underlying application model, Create and manipulate well-formed XML documents, Understand the differences between an HTML and XHTML document, Use Cascading Style Sheets to format an XHTML document, Use JavaScript to develop dynamic web pages, Understand the W3C DOM and interface with it through the use of JavaScript, Understand the DOM event model and use it to allow JavaScript to interact with user input, Use the XMLHttpRequestObject to asynchronously communicate with server-side components

Web Developer Advance (Flash)

This Course help student to start career in Web Developer.Upon successful complete this course student is able to design flash web page.



HTML5 CSS3

INTRODUCING HTML5
Exploring prior standards , Why do we need HTML5? , HTML5 timeline , Current HTML5 support , What HTML5 is (and what it isn't).

WHAT'S NEW IN HTML5?
HTML5 vs. HTML4, New structural tags, New content tags, New application-focused tags, Deprecated elements, API overview

CREATING HTML5 DOCUMENTS
Content models, Understanding the outline algorithm, The role of tags, Using ID and class attributes, DOCTYPE declarations, Character encoding

STRUCTURING HTML5 DOCUMENTS
Basic page structure, Structuring top-level elements, Structuring interior content, Building headers, Checking document outlines, Ensuring cross-browser structure

BUILDING FORMS IN HTML5
New input types, Setting form autofocus, Using placeholder data, Marking required fields, Working with number inputs, Using date pickers

HTML5 API SUPPORT
Canvas overview, Adding canvas content, Drawing in the canvas environment, Drag-and-drop API overview, Offline applications overview, Video overview, Encoding video, Adding video

ASSOCIATED TECHNOLOGIES
Geo location API overview, Web storage API overview, Web sockets overview CSS3 overview, Enhancing typography with CSS3, Using @font-face, Styling HTML5 with CSS3, Using CSS3 transitions

JavaScript and XML

INTRODUCTION
Introduction to Ajax , Typical Web Application Model, Ajax Application Model, Coding Ajax Applications or Notepad++ editor

GETTING STARTED WITH XML
Parsing XML, XML Syntax, Elements, Attributes, Comments, Unicode and Character Sets, Character References, Entity References, CDATA Sections, Processing Instructions

HTML/XHTML
Introduction, HTML/XHTML Differences,

CASCADING STYLE SHEETS
Introduction, CSS Syntax, CSS Property, Names and Values, Creating CSS Style Sheets, Grouping Selectors, Pattern Matching Rules, Inheritance

THE CORE JAVASCRIPT LANGUAGE
Introduction, A Simple XHTML and JavaScript Example, Language Structure, Variables, Numbers, Strings, Booleans, Expressions and Operators, Arithmetic Operators, Comparison and Logical Operators, Operator Precedence, The if Statement, The switch Statement, The while Statement, The for Statement, Nested Loops, The break Statement, The continue Statement, Functions, Local vs. Global Variables

JAVASCRIPT ARRAYS
Introduction, Creating Arrays, Processing Arrays, Array Methods, Associative Arrays

FUNCTIONS
Introduction, User Defined Functions, Arguments and Parameters, The arguments Array, Core JavaScript Functions, Numerical Functions, URI Encoding and Decoding Functions

CORE JAVASCRIPT OBJECTS
Objects, The Math Object, The Date Object

THE DOCUMENT OBJECT MODEL (DOM)
Web Browsers and Parsers, Introduction, The W3C DOM, Trees and Nodes, The Node Interface, The NodeList and NamedNodeMap Interfaces, Node Traversal Example, Node Traversal Display, Node Traversal Details, The Element Interface, The Text and Attr Interfaces, DOM Compatibility, The Document Interface

THE DOM EVENT MODEL
Introduction, JavaScript Events, Event Handlers as XHTML Attributes, Event Handlers as Properties, Event Propagation, The Event Object, Event Properties and Methods, Cross-Browser Event Handling, Handling Mouse Events THE XML HTTP REQUEST OBJECT
Introduction, Cross-Browser XMLHttpRequest Object, XMLHttpRequest Properties, XMLHttpRequest Methods, Communicating with the Server, Processing Text Responses, Processing XML Responses, Attributes Named id and of Type ID, Defining a Callback Handler Function, Handling Multiple XMLHttpRequest Objects

A MORE COMPLEX AJAX EXAMPLE
Introduction, The XHTML Component, The CSS Component, The Server-Side XML Components, The Utility Components, Building the Application - Stage 1, Building the Application - Stage 2, Building the Application - Stage 3, Building the Application - Stage 4, Building the Application - Stage 5, Building the Application - The Final Stage

Web Developer Advance (Flash)

Introduction
Building the Perfect Beast
Creating the Perfect Flash Site
Before You Build Your Site
Fleshing Out Your Design
Creating the Interface .
Getting the Word Out
Adding Site Navigation
Get a Move On and Animate the Site
Adding Bells and Whistles
Making Your Site Interactive
Creating ActionScript Objects
Going Visual
Going Commercial
Creating Flash Eye Candy
Sharing Your Site with the World
Optimizing Your Site
Publishing the Site
The Part of Tens
Ten Tips for Creating Flash Sites That Work
Ten Tips for Working with Clients
Ten Tips for Promoting the Site

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Don Mills Career College
Health, Business and Technology
747 Don Mills Road, Unit # 204 & 220
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Tele: 647 348 3622 Admission

DMCC offers Scholarship
Unemployed students
may eligible for Scholarship for
Non-Vocational Programs.

For details contact at 647-348-3622.