Advanced HTML5 Training Overview
Accelebrate's Advanced HTML5 Development training course teaches attendees everything they need to take their HTML5 skills to the next level. Students learn how to use powerful APIs to leverage device orientation, audio and video, drag and drop, speech recognition, geolocation, the onboard battery, vibrations, and much more.
Location and Pricing
Accelebrate offers instructor-led enterprise training for groups of 3 or more online or at your site. Most Accelebrate classes can be flexibly scheduled for your group, including delivery in half-day segments across a week or set of weeks. To receive a customized proposal and price quote for private corporate training on-site or online, please contact us.
In addition, some Web Development courses are available as live, online classes for individuals.
- Obtain the charge status of a device’s battery
- Gain end users’ attention via their sense of touch
- Send the end user notifications that appear outside the web browser
- Tap into the device’s physical orientation
- Make portions of your web page editable by the end user
- Display portions of the web page so that they occupy the users’ entire screen
- Implement voice recognition and speech synthesis
- Leverage the new media elements (audio and video)
- Work with the new <form> elements and attributes
- Work with the WebStorage API
- Send and receive messages from web pages, including web pages from a different domain
- Associate HTML elements with data
- Make any object on the web page draggable
- Use the new features of XMLHttpRequest (XHR) level 2
- Open full duplex connections from client to server with the WebSocket specification
- Create single unidirectional channels between the server and the client
- Use geolocation information in your applications
- Use web workers to boost the performance of your web applications
All attendees must have taken Accelebrate's Introduction to HTML5 or have the equivalent knowledge.
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- Why use the BatteryStatus API?
- How does the BatteryStatus API work?
- The BatteryStatus API
- BatteryStatus API methods
- BatteryManager properties
- BatteryManager events
- Browser support
- Why use the Vibration API?
- How does the Vibration API work?
- Vibration methods
- Why use the Notifications API?
- How does the Notifications API work?
- Notifications API
- Notification object attributes
- Notification events
- Notification API methods
DeviceOrientation Event API
- Why use the DeviceOrientation API?
- DeviceOrientation Event API
- DeviceOrientation events
- How does the DeviceOrientation Event API work?
- DeviceOrientation Event API
- Why use the Fullscreen API?
- The Fullscreen API
- Fullscreen API methods
- Fullscreen API properties
- Fullscreen API events
- Notes on the fullscreen view
- Speech Recognition and Speech Synthesis
- Speech Synthesis
- SpeechUtterance object
- SpeechUtterance object properties
- SpeechUtterance object events
- Speech Recognition
HTML5 Media elements and API
- Audio and Video
- The media elements
- What are the new elements used for?
- Browser support for the new media elements
- <audio> element attributes
- <video> element attributes
- Browser support <video>
- Browser support Ogg/Theora video format*
- Browser support WebM/VP8 video format*
- Browser support MPEG-4/H.264video format*
- Browser support audio codec
- When do I use these new elements?
- Video and Audio APIs
- Video/audio methods
- Video/audio object properties
- Video/audio object events
Forms/Constraint Validation API
- New form input types
- What are the new input types?
- New attributes for input elements
- New form elements
- When do I use the new elements?
- The placeholder attribute
- The autocomplete attribute
- The autofocus attribute
- The list attribute and the datalist element
- The spellcheck attribute
- HTML5 form validation
- Preventing default validation from occurring
- Constraint Validation API
- Form properties
- Form control methods
- Form controls validity and validityState
- Browser support for WebStorage API
- WebStorage API
- Cookies vs. session storage vs. local storage
Web Messaging API
- Web messaging’s postMessage() method
- Establishing trust between domains
- The origin
- What is cross-origin resource sharing?
- CORS support and the server
- Ports and channel messaging
- MessagePort methods
- The Message event object properties
- data-* syntax rules
- The dataset API
Drag and Drop API
- What is drag and drop?
- What is drag and drop used for?
- Browser support for drag and drop
- Understanding drag and drop
- The draggable attribute
- Drag and drop with a data “payload”
- Drag events
- Drop events
XMLHttpRequest Level 2 API
- The XMLHTTPRequest object
- XHR API
- What is XHR used for?
- Benefits of XHR level 2
- The XHR object: readyState property
- The XHR object
- The XHR object: Events
- The XHR Object: Methods
- The XHR object: Properties
Web Sockets API
- WebSocket properties
- WebSocket event handlers
- WebSocket methods
- Using a WebSocket server with the WebSocket API
Server-sent Events API
- The server messages
- Creating an EventSource
- The EventSource properties
- The EventSource events
- The advantages of server-sent events
- The disadvantages of server-sent events
- Server-sent events summary
- What are the new elements?
- Why use the Canvas API?
- Canvas quick summary
- Uses for the new Canvas API
- Canvas Demos
- What is the Geolocation API used for?
- Browser support for Geolocation
- The Geolocation API
- Geolocation object methods
- Position object properties
- Position interface attributes
Web Workers API
- Features available to Web Workers
- Why use Web Workers?
- When should Web Workers be used?
- How do Web Workers work?
- The Web Worker API
- The abstractWorkerk interface properties
- The WorkerGlobalScope object
- The WorkerGlobalScope object properties
- The WorkerGlobalScope object methods
- The WorkerGlobalScope events
- Browser support for Web Workers
- Types of Web Workers
- Dedicated Worker
- Shared Worker
- Creating Shared Workers
All HTML5 students receive comprehensive courseware covering all topics in the course.
- Web or text editor of your choice
- Web browsers - a recent version of one or more of the following:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Edge
- If space on a web server is available, students may also wish to bring their mobile devices so they can test how pages appear on these devices.