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Java Ui Developer Training

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Pre-requisites (what candidate should know before starting this course):

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1.HTML 5 Topics
A brief introduction to the tutorial and what you can expect to learn.
1: Let's get started
Find out what tools you need to make your own website.
2: What is HTML?
Understand what HTML is and what it means.
3: Elements and tags?
Elements and tags what the are and how to use them.
4: Create your first website
Learn to create your first HTML document - the basic template for future pages.
5: What have you learned so far?
Recap what you have learned so far and discover what you can expect in the next s.
6: A few more elements
Familiarise yourself with seven of the most-used elements.
7: Attributes
Learn to add extra information to your tags and formulate commands in a more explicit manner.
8: Links
Discover how to create links to your own and other pages on the Internet.
9: Images
Find out how simple and easy it is to insert images in your pages.
10: Tables
Construct HTML tables for the presentation of structured content.
11: More about tables
Create even more advanced tables.
12: Layout (CSS)
Understand how Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can be used to add fantastic layout to your pages.
13: Uploading pages
Find out how to get your pages published on the Internet so others can enjoy them too.
14: Web standards and validation
Learn about the common standard of HTML and how to check your coding is correct.
15: HTML5 — The New Kid on the Block
In this , you will understand more about HTML5 basics.
16: New Tags and Attributes
In this , you will understand more about HTML5 tags and attributes.
17: Invisible Things: Scripts, Metadata, Viewports, and Comments
In this , you will understand more about how to control invisible things…that are really important.
18: Forms
In this , you will learn how to make a form.
19: APIs
In addition to specifying markup, HTML5 also lets you use APIs.
20: More Images
In this , you'll learn about advanced images.
21: Video and Audio
HTML5 embraces media elements in a big way, so this will walk you how to use video (with audio) and audio.
22: Final Tips
A few pieces of good advice for your website projects.

2. CSS3 Topics
A brief introduction to the tutorial and what you can expect to learn.
1: What is CSS?
A little on why CSS came in to the world, and why it is clever to choose CSS over HTML for layout and design.
2: How does CSS work?
Learn the basic syntax of CSS and have to create your first stylesheet.
3: Colors and backgrounds
Learn how to apply colors and background colors to your website and how to use background images.
4: Fonts
In this you will learn about fonts and how they are applied using CSS.
5: Text
In this you will be introduced to the amazing opportunities CSS gives you to add layout to text.
6: Links
About how you can add fancy and useful effects to links and work with pseudo-classes.
7: Identification and grouping of elements (class and id)
A closer look at how you can use class and id to specify properties for selected elements.
8: Grouping of elements (span and div)
A closer look at the use of span and div as exactly these two HTML elements are of central importance with regards to CSS
9: The box model
The box model in CSS describes the boxes which are being generated for HTML-elements.
10: The box model - margin & padding
Change the presentation of elements by setting the margin and padding properties.
11: The box model - borders
Learn about the endless options when using borders in your pages with CSS
12: The Box model - Height and width
In this lesson, we will take a look at how you easily can define the height and width of an element.
13: Floating elements (floats)
An element can be floated to the right or to left by using the property float
14: Positioning of elements
With CSS positioning, you can place an element exactly where you want it on your page.
15: Layer on layer with z-index (Layers)
In this lesson, we will learn how to let different elements overlapping one another using layers.
16: Web-standards and validation
This last is about the W3C-standards and how to check your CSS is correct.

3. JavaScript Topics
• Introduction
A brief introduction to the tutorial and what you can expect to learn.
• 1: What is JavaScript?
Learn about JavaScript, who created it, what JavaScript can and cannot do.
• Lesson2: Your First JavaScript
Learn how to include JavaScript in your web page, how to use comments in your code, and write your first JavaScript script.
• 3: Events
In the previous you encountered the onload event and used it to check whether JavaScript was working in your browser. Here you learn what events are, why they are important to control your web page behavior with JavaScript, and which core events to look out for in your scripts.
• 4: Variables and Constants
A JavaScript program is mostly about processing data. Variables and constants are the building blocks of programming. In this you will learn how to create variables and constants to store and manipulate your data.
• 5: Smarter Scripts with Operators
Every program, even the simplest one, contains some logic. In this you will learn how to use mathematical, logical, and comparison operators to give some intelligence to your web page.
• 6: Even Smarter Scripts with if…else and switch
We’ll be looking at how you can instruct your web page to make choices on the basis of some given condition.
• 7: Leave Boring Repetitive Stuff to JavaScript with Loops
Loops can repeat parts of a script. In this lesson, we look at loops such as while and for.
• 8: Package your JavaScript Code with Functions
In previous lessons you applied core programming concepts to make your web page behave as you wanted to. You also used JavaScript built-in functions such as alert() and document.write(). Now you will learn to create your own functions to better organize your code.
• 9: A Gentle Introduction to Objects
Modern programming languages such as JavaScript, PHP, etc., all support a programming model called Object Oriented Programming (OOP). You’ve already used variables and constants to store your data; objects are just another way of storing data and of giving you more power to manipulate that data. You will be introduced to core JavaScript built-in objects in the following lessons.
• 10: JavaScript Objects - Strings
You’ve been using the string (text) object since the beginning of these lessons. Here for the first time you will learn how to exploit all its power as a JavaScript object.
• 11: JavaScript Objects - Date Object
Learn to use the Date object to work with dates and times dynamically. You will be able to get today’s date, learn how to set a specific date, and how to display the time on your web page.
• 12: JavaScript Objects - Math Object
Performing complex mathematical calculations with JavaScript is a breeze. You will be able to use the Math object to build a square root calculator application.
• 13: JavaScript Objects - Arrays
In this lesson, you will learn what an array is, how it is used, and what it can do.
• 14: JavaScript Living Space - the Browser Environment
Your JavaScript code comes alive in the context of a browser. Learn more about how the JavaScript language conceptualizes its own environment.
• 15: Useful Tasks (I) – Setting and Retrieving Cookies
At this point you're ready to explore how JavaScript performs some real world tasks. Here is how you can set and retrieve cookies, that is, small text files that store visitors’ preferences for personalization purposes.
• 16: Useful Tasks (II) – Form Validation
Our second real world task is so widely known that couldn’t have been overlooked. Learn how to ensure website visitors fill out your form correctly.
• 17: JavaScript Timing Events
In this you will learn how to write JavaScript code that executes after a certain time interval. As a practical application of this technique, think about those nice photo galleries where a photo fades out as the next one fades in at specified time intervals.
• 18: Making AJAX Calls
AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is the buzzword of 21st century web applications, and JavaScript is a big player. In this you learn how to make your web page behave smoothly and responsively just like a desktop application.
• 19: Short Introduction to jQuery
No JavaScript course could be complete without at least an introduction to the most widely used JavaScript library of our time, jQuery. Learn how to include jQuery in your projects and start using it to easily access elements and events in your web page.
• 20: Cool Animation Effects with jQuery
Learn how easy it is to add bells and whistles to your web page with jQuery.
• 21: Easy AJAX Calls with jQuery
In 18 you learned to make AJAX calls the hard way. In this you are going to perform the same task the jQuery way, that is, the fast and simple way.

4. Bootstrap Topics
1. Bootstrap Get Started
2. Environment Setup
3. Grid System
4. Bootstrap - CSS Overview
5. Bootstrap - Tables
6. Bootstrap - Forms
7. Buttons
8. Images
9. Responsive utilities
10. Bootstrap with CSS
11. Grid System
12. CSS Overview
13. Typography
14. Code
15. Tables
16. Forms
17. Buttons
18. Images
19. Glyphicons
20. Drop downs
21. Button Groups
22. Button Drop downs
23. Input Groups
24. Progress Bars
25. Media Object
26. List Group
27. Panels
28. Wells
29. Bootstrap Demos
Grid Demo
Table Demo
Form Demo
Buttons Demo
Images Demo
Responsive Demo
Navigation Demo
Blog Demo
Material Design Demo
Slider Demo
Time line Demo
Alert Demo
Admin Interface Demo
Ajax Demo
Tabbed slider Demo
Caption Demo
Map Demo
Calendar Demo
Social Icons Demo
Icons Demo
featured Demo

5. JqueryTopics
1.JQuery Introduction
2. JQuery Example
3. JQuery Selectors
4. JQuery Styles -
a. css
• a. addClass
• b. eq
• c. filter
• d. find
5. Animations
a. show
b. hide
c. toggle
d. fadeIn
e. fadeOut
f. fadeToggle
g. slideUp
h. slideDown
i. slideToggle
j. animate
6. Callback, Chaining and noConflict
7. DOM Manipulation
8. JQuery AJAX
a. load
b. getJSON
c. get
d. post
9. JqueryUI Interactions
10. JqueryUI Widgets
11. JqueryUI Effects
Add Class
Color Animation
Remove Class
Switch Class
Toggle Class

SPA web application development using Jquery and HTML with Bootstrap
6.Angular Topics

1. Evolution of Angular

2. Introduce JavaScript MVC and Angular
Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able Compare JavaScript Design Patterns - MVC, Explain Client side SPA, Libraries, and Frameworks, Demonstrate Typescript, Setup Angular Project
Topics: JavaScript MVC, SPA Intro, NodeJS Intro (NPM), Typescript Introduction (Introduction, When to use types / When not), Angular Hello World Demo

Hands On: Angular Project Setup and Hello World
3. Installing Angular 4
4. TypeScript
5. ● Brief Intro to TypeScript ● The TypeScript Module System ● Getting Setup ● Project Setup ● Nodemon ● String Templates ● Const ● Let ● Debugging ● Rest & Spread Operators ● Arrow Functions ● For...of ● Maps ● Sets ● Interface ● Generics ● New Object Features ● Classes ● Destructuring ● TypeScript decorators
6. Templating Basics
7. Components and DOM interactions

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Express how Angular works, Describe Components and Creation, Work with Multiple components, Work with DOM manipulation API
Hands On: Creating components and using Metadata, Multiple Components and Passing data, Introduction to DOM Manipulation using Angular APIs
8. Property Binding
9. Binding and Events
● Templates ● Bindings ● Event Bindings ● Two-way Binding ● Class and Style Bindings ● Built-in Directives ,● Component Data Binding ● Component Events ● Ng-model ● Introduction to webpack/systemJS
10. Dependency injection, and application strategies

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Describe Dependency Injection, Describe creation and working with Injectable dependencies, Express Change detection and Emulation strategies, Work with Application lifecycle hooks

Topics: Component creation strategies, Angular lifecycle hooks, Introduction to Dependency Injection, Sharing data between components

Hands On: Using component creation strategies and related metadata, Using Angular lifecycle hooks, Working with Services and Dependency Injection

11. SPA Routes and Directives/Pipes

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Analyze Application cleanliness and Angular Modules, Work with SPA Routes, Work with inbuilt, Directives and Forms, Work with inbuilt Pipes

Topics: Angular Modules, Routes (Simple and Nested), Inbuilt Directive, Inbuilt Pipes
Hands On: Working with Routes, Working with Multiple Modules, Inbuilt Directives and Forms, Inbuilt Pipes

12. Custom Directives and Pipes

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Work with custom directives, Work with custom pipes, Work with HTTP features,
Describe how Promises and Observables work

Topics: Custom Directives, Custom Pipes, Inbuilt Features - HTTP Request
Hands On: Creating custom Directives, Creating custom Pipes, Inbuilt Features - HTTP Requests

13. Third party library Angular APIs

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Work with External / Third party Libraries like JQuery / Socket.IO, Discuss and Work with other APIs, Analyze options available for upgrading from 1.x, Discuss the concept of Internationalization and Localization
Topics: Introduction to Third party library integration, Introduction to SystemJS/CommonJS, Integrating JQuery / Socket.io, Introduction to i18n and l10n, Touch Angular 1.x to 2.x (or Higher usage) - Do’s and Don’ts, Other APIs
Hands On: Introduction to Third party library integration, Third party Library integration, Socket.IO usage, I18N and L10N, Other APIs

14. Unit testing with Angular-CLI

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Describe Unit testing and TDD concepts, Work with Jasmine Framework, Work with Angular-CLI, Work with Angular-CLI for Test environment setup, Work with other Angular application development Tools

Topics: Unit Testing, related Tools, and TDD, Introduction to Jasmine Framework, Introduction to Angular CLI, Unit Test Environment and set up using Angular CLI, Other Tool

Hands On : Unit testing Jasmine, Creating a Project with Angular-CLI, Creating Test environment and tests for Angular application
15. Services
16. Deploying your App
17. Projects

Objectives: Upon completing this , you should be able to: Develop Angular Applications and work with Data.

Project / Use-Cases:
Use-Case 1 – Simple Employee Management
Use-Case 2 – Top Movies
Use-Case 3 – Grocery list Management
Project – Shopping Cart Application
Note: Apart from the above concepts one should know/learn basic .net/java/php
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