Wednesday, March 05, 2014

WEB102 – 1-Day Developing HTML5 Web Applications - 20 March 2014

The next run of the HTML5 programming course is on 20 March 2014.

HTML 5 is the new standard for the venerable HTML specification, a standard for displaying Web content. HTML has come a long way, going through a number of revisions - with the last version - 4.01, recommended by the W3C in 1999. The design goal of HTML 5 is to ensure that an application that you write can work on all browsers without the need to install additional plug-ins. It should be able to do everything from animation, to music and videos, local storage, offline applications, and more. HTML 5 is also cross platforms, meaning that your apps should be able to work whether it is run on a notebook, smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer.

In this 1-day course, you will be able to understand and use the new features of HTML5 through working with practical examples.


          Quick Introduction to HTML
          Crash Course in JavaScript and CSS
          Using Canvas for drawing graphics    
          Using SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) in your HTML 5 pages
          Implementing drag-and-drop in your Web Pages
          Implementing LBS (Location-Based Services) in your Web applications
          Embedding audios and videos in your Web pages
          Using different input types in your Web pages
          Using Web storage in HTML 5
          Creating offline Web applications
          Creating responsive Web applications using Web Worker
          Implementing notifications in your Web applications through server messaging

Bayview Hotel Singapore
30 Bencoolen Street 
Singapore 189621

9am to 5pm

S$699 (nett)

20 March 2014 (Thu)

Download course outline and application form here.

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