To provide the knowledge and skills required to use HTML5 and its principle APIs to create Web applications. .
Developers and integrators.
- Overview of the HTML5 context, its APIs and the CSS3
- HTML5 syntax: elements, attributes, DOCTYPE
- Overview of support, emulators and syntax validation
- Custom attributes with data and DOMHTML5
- Forms: new input controls; the placeholder, required, min, max and autofocus attributes; the datalist, meter, progress and output elements; editable content
- Video and audio: formats and codecs supported, including them in a page without programming, or using APIs to control them programmatically
- Local storage API for saving unstructured local information
- Overview of the IndexedDB API and usage through the LocalForage abstraction layer
- Overview of API service workers for storing application resources for offline access
- Requirements for a progressive Web app (PWA) and creation of the manifest
- User interaction: drag and drop and File API
- Introduction to the WebSocket protocol and API
Note that the structural elements (section, article, header, footer, nav, aside, main, figure, time, picture) are presented in the HTML course (Course WE106).
The course is well structured; The trainer knows the subject very well.
Abdelkrim A. / Webmestre, Maxxum