Digital Vizyon Akademi'nin "İleri Seviye HTML5 Geliştirme Eğitimi" ile HTML5 becerilerinizi bir sonraki seviyeye taşımak için ihtiyaç duyduğunuz her şeyi öğreneceksiniz.
Katılımcılarımız ile birlikte; how to use powerful APIs to leverage device orientation, audio and video, drag and drop, speech recognition, geolocation, the onboard battery, vibrations konularını işleyeceğiz.
- 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
- 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
- The Storage Object
- 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