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IT Specialist HTML5 Application Development

(ITSPC-APP-DEV) / ISBN : 9781644593387

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TestPrep
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Gain hands-on experience in HTML5 with uCertify's course IT Specialist HTML5 Application Development. The course contains interactive lessons, practice tests, knowledge checks, quizzes, flashcards, glossaries, and live labs to comprehensively cover the ITSPC exam objectives. It equips the candidates with all the skills required to pass the ITSPC HTML5 Application Development exam.

Here's what you will get

The Information Technology Specialist program validates the candidates for entry-level IT skills that employers look for. The ITSPC HTML5 Application Development program verifies the candidate's knowledge of Application Lifecycle Management, Graphics and Animation, Forms, Layouts, and JavaScript Coding. They should demonstrate the skills to use HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript to build responsive web applications supported by a variety of touch-enabled devices, including PCs, tablets, and phones.

Lessons

12+ Lessons | 100+ Quizzes | 75+ Flashcards | 75+ Glossary of terms

TestPrep

60+ Pre Assessment Questions | 2+ Full Length Tests | 60+ Post Assessment Questions | 120+ Practice Test Questions

Hand on lab

90+ LiveLab | 90+ Video tutorials | 02:24+ Hours

Video Lessons

152+ Videos | 07:25+ Hours

Here's what you will learn

Download Course Outline

  • How to Study for the 98-375 Exam
  • Details of the 98-375 Exam

  • Basic Tenets
  • Hyperlinks
  • Formatting Elements
  • What's New in HTML5?
  • Organize Content
  • Semantic HTML
  • Summary

  • Add and Configure Images
  • Canvas and Scalable Vector Graphics
  • Media in HTML5
  • Summary

  • Forms
  • Data Validation
  • Summary

  • Purpose and Benefits
  • What's New in CSS3?
  • CSS Syntax
  • Including Style Sheet in a Page
  • Inheritance and Overrides
  • Content Flow
  • The Float Property
  • The Overlapping Elements
  • The Position Property
  • The Overflow Property
  • Summary

  • User Interface
  • Regions
  • Summary

  • CSS and Graphics
  • Summary

  • JavaScript Introduction
  • Update the UI with JavaScript
  • Summary

  • Animations with JavaScript
  • JavaScript and Data
  • Summary

  • Touch Interfaces and APIs
  • Device and Operating System Resources
  • Summary

  • Platform Fundamentals
  • Manage Application States
  • Debug and Test Touch-Based Apps
  • Summary

Hands-on LAB Activities

  • Creating a Basic HTML Page
  • Using Paragraphs and Headings in HTML
  • Creating Hyperlinks
  • Formatting Text in HTML
  • Using the Mark, Meter, and Progress Tags
  • Organizing Content in HTML Part 1
  • Organizing Content in HTML
  • Using the Section Tag
  • Using the Article Tag
  • Using the Aside and Hr Tags
  • Using the Nav Tag
  • Using the Header and Footer Tags

  • Using the Image Tag
  • Using Figures and Captions in HTML
  • Using the Canvas Tag
  • Using the Canvas Stroke
  • Implementing the SVG Format
  • Using the Video Tag

  • Using the Input Tag
  • Using the Types of Input Fields
  • Using the Select Tag
  • Implementing the Checkbox Input and Using the Textarea Tag
  • Using the Required Attribute
  • Using the Pattern Attribute

  • Implementing Inline Styles
  • Creating an Internal Style Sheet
  • Implementing a Class
  • Using CSS IDs
  • Creating the External Style Sheet
  • Importing CSS
  • Implementing the Style Inheritance and Overriding
  • Using Common Properties of the CSS3 User Interface
  • Using Inline Flow vs. Block Flow in CSS and Float Properties
  • Implementing CSS Overlapping and Positioning
  • Using Positioned Floats
  • Using Overflow Properties

  • Using Grid Layouts and Grid Templates
  • Applying the Flowing Content through Containers Dynamically and Implementing Regions
  • Implementing CSS Flexbox, Scaling, and Ordering and Arranging Content
  • Implementing CSS Columns and Hyphenations

  • Drawing Graphics via Scripting Using the Canvas Element
  • Implementing the CSS Canvas Rotate Method
  • Using Nested Div Elements
  • Implementing SVG Filter Effects
  • Implementing Graphical Effects
  • Creating Rounded Corners and Shadows Using CSS
  • Using the Web Open Font Format
  • Implementing Transparency and Gradient
  • Implementing CSS Transitions
  • Implementing Rotations
  • Implementing Skews
  • Creating CSS Animations

  • Writing a Basic JavaScript Program
  • Using Operators in JavaScript
  • Using the if Statement
  • Using the if-else Statement
  • Using the switch Statement
  • Using the for Loop
  • Using the while Loop
  • Using the do-while Loop
  • Using the break Statement
  • Using the continue Statement
  • Using Function Expression Stored in a Variable
  • Calling a Function
  • Using jQuery and Other Third-Party Libraries
  • Finding HTML Elements
  • Using Events
  • Using Events to Call a Function
  • Updating Content Using Event Handling
  • Dynamically Adding Elements to Pages
  • Using JavaScript for Animations
  • Showing and Hiding Elements
  • Using the insertBefore() Method to Add Elements

  • Using the setTimeout Method in Animations
  • Using the setInterval Method in Animations
  • Manipulating a Canvas
  • Animating Image
  • Sending and Receiving Data in HTML
  • Transmiting and Parsing Complex Objects
  • Using AppCache
  • Using Data Types
  • Using the Local Storage
  • Loading and Saving Files
  • Using the Form and Test Validations

  • Using WebSocket
  • Using Gestures and Responses
  • Getting the Geolocation of a Device
  • Using File API
  • Using In-Memory Resources Methods
  • Using the Local and Session Storage

Exam FAQs

Pearson VUE

The exam contains 33-44 questions.

50 minutes

  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait 24 hours before retaking the exam.
  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait seven days before retaking the exam a third time.
  • A seven-day waiting period is imposed between each subsequent exam retake.
  • A candidate may not take a given exam any more than five times per year (12 months). This 12-month period starts from the first attempt. The candidate is then eligible to retake the exam 12 months from the date of the first attempt.