HTML5 and CSS3 Online Training

HTML5 is a core technology markup language of the Internet used for structuring and presenting content for the WWW. Learn CSS3 to layout the formatting of the webpages. Browse through the contents of the program.

HTML5 & CSS3 Course Contents
New structuring elements, generating documents’ outlines, etc.
Other elements that add semantics (time, summary, details, mark, etc.)
New attributes: data-*, download, translate, etc.
Microdata and the Microdata API
Overview of the state of the art in audio and video before HTML5
The video element: how to use, attributes, codec support, etc.
The video element DOM API: properties, methods, events
CSS3 and the video element: transformations, image filters, etc.
Video and Canvas interactions: take a snapshot, modify in real time the video content, video incrustation, etc.
Live video stream: the getUsermedia API (webcam control)
Adding subtitles with the track element
The audio element: overview, attributes, codec support, etc.
The audio element DOM API: properties, methods, events – again with many examples provided
Introduction to the Web Audio API (for real time audio, games, Web applications for musicians)
Basic usage, quick start with the Canvas JavaScript API
Drawing lines, arcs, paths, curves, images
Colors, gradients, patterns, shadows, and setting up other drawing attributes
Drawing images, images from videos in real time, clipping
Advanced techniques: geometric transformations, saving and restoring contexts
Pixel level control of the canvas content, drawing modes, etc.
Stacking canvas in layers, canvas events, animating canvas content
New input types: color, date, range, etc.
New attributes: required, pattern, placeholder, formnovalidate, etc.
New elements related to forms: datalist, output, meter, progress, etc.
Validation: CSS pseudo classes for visual feedback, form validation API, etc.
The DOM API, which has been extended and updated with the new getElementsByClassName, querySelector, querySelectorAll and matches methods, the classlist interface, etc.,
The new geolocation API implemented by most modern Web browsers. Location data is collected in different ways: GPS, GSM/3G triangulation, Wifi, IP address, etc.,
The orientation and deviceMotion APIs that are targeted to mobile devices,
The WebWorker API for adding multi-threading to the JavaScript in HTML5 Web applications.
he DOM storage API: local storage and session storage
The new Cache API: overview and examples
IndexedDB: overview, basic concepts, working with data, etc.
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