It will use practical examples and sessions to introduce the concepts and language commonly used in developing modern functionality for applications and web sites for the internet and mobile devices. During the practical sessions the attendees will also be shown how to use debugging tools and other syntax and standards tools to help them.
The course covers some of the newer syntax available with ECMAScript versions whilst focusing on cross browser and platform compatible code.
This course gives attendees a chance to use modern techniques such as Single Page Applications and Responsive Design. It is especially useful for creating advanced feature-rich web sites within the latest browser environments. You will learn how to validate forms, animate, manipulate and add dynamic content and style to your website.
Each module is covered using a mixture of discussion, instruction and practical hands-on exercise(s).
The exercises are available on 2 levels (decided by the student); a “pre-made” web page where a less experienced attendee can add and modify existing HTML/CSS code or a “roll-your-own” site where attendees with some previous knowledge can design and build their own websites.
Each exercise builds on the previous one working towards a final functioning website displaying responsive design, cross platform code and feature sniffing.
Event driven code – standard event handling
This section looks at the basic building blocks for the language
The syntax rules
Variables (var, let and const)
Code tidiers, syntax checkers & validators
Browser based tools
Loops & Decision structures
Functions, arrows, generators and functional programming
Error handling - try, catch, finally, throw
Creating and using user defined Objects
What is it
How to use it effectively
Class (available in newer versions of the ECMAScript standard)
The DOM (Document Object Model)
Differences in DOM coding standards
Reading JSON and XML data
Single page applications, display and hide areas of your page
Form validation and manipulation
Mobile ready web pages (responsive web)
In addition to the examples there are practical exercises in each section that allow attendees to explore and consolidate their knowledge of the concept.
See why people choose JBI
12/02/2018: Your choice of development framework will have long term repercussions for IT and corporate strategy for years to come. When migrating and upgrading...
16/01/2018: React vs Angular which framework best for my organisation Speed, security and extensibility are the hallmarks of a great web service, and your...
09/01/2018: Using HTML is a great way to build static web pages that hardly need any movement or adaptability, but every time a dynamic environment is required,...
06/02/2018: Originating from Facebook, React is a component based front-end library that allows you to build applications out of a tree of small, testable,...
08/01/2018: Knowing you need an app is one thing, making it happen should be as painless as possible. When a team of experienced developers needed to work...
Bring a JBI course to your office
and train a whole team onsite
0800 028 6400 or request quote
Get in touch
0800 028 6400
Excellent feedback, consistently !
"great tips help reduce build times"
"we got access to exclusive content"
"Short course meant less time off"
"what an inspiring trainer !"
"colleagues at 2 sites joined via web"
"I passed my exam the next day"