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Mobile Web Developer


Are you looking for a career in one of the fastest growing occupations available? Are you focused on professional growth by acquiring the latest on-demand technical skill set? Mobile Web development is growing exponentially, largely driven by growth in mobile Internet usage. In this online course, you will learn skills to become a Mobile Web developer and be a valuable asset in a growing industry.


Learn the basics of Web Development and HTML.

  • Differentiate between HTML and XHTML
  • Create links in documents
  • Add images to documents
  • Create tables
  • Create forms
  • Create dynamic web applications and visual effects using Dynamic HTML

Start building HTML5 pages today.

  • Recognize the major benefits of HTML5
  • Understand the difference between HTML5 and HTML4
  • Familiarize yourself with new elements and attributes
  • Work with audio and video
  • Work with the new Canvas element to create code-based drawings
  • Use Web Storage for offline applications
  • Use all the new form elements
  • Know about the current state of browser support and how to make sites degrade gracefully
  • Leverage capabilities to present mobile-friendly sites

Learn the benefits of CSS

  • Avoid using deprecated tags and attributes
  • Use CSS Syntax, organize code, and use
    and tags appropriately
  • Know the common properties and their values
  • Create custom CSS cursors
  • Style links to create “CSS Buttons”
  • Work with borders, margin, and padding (the box model)
  • Style tables and position elements
  • Use advanced page layout techniques
  • Use shorthand properties
  • Create effects with background images
  • Lay out forms with tables
  • Use CSS with lists to create hierarchical navigation
  • Know about browser support
  • Understand how to use Media Queries to display content modified to fit the client device

Learn how JavaScript is used.

  • Use JavaScript Syntax and review basics
  • Know about objects, methods, and properties
  • Work with JavaScript variables and create functions
  • Write flow control logic
  • Validate forms
  • Create roll-over images
  • Open and work with new windows
  • Work with timers and intervals
  • Use the navigator history and location objects
  • Review JavaScript functions and the DOM
  • Create dynamic forms and web applications
  • Review XmlHttpRequest and JSON
  • Use advanced techniques, such as anonymous function
  • Use regular expressions for advanced form validation
  • Create dynamic menus and modify content

Get started with jQuery

  • Work with the jQuery Core
  • Handle events
  • Create effects
  • Build Ajax applications
  • Write and use plugins
  • Write high-performing applications
  • Organize code
  • Know how to use jQuery Mobile framework to add support for touch and other gestures
  • Know about jQuery Mobile’s capabilities, supported devices, and support for accessibility
  • Use jQuery Mobile to make calls, send SMS text message, send emails, and display video
  • Extend jQuery Mobile’s capabilities with ThemeRoller framework

Take further steps in becoming a Mobile Web Developer.

  • Know how one website can respond to the specific needs of the environment on which it is being viewed, presenting a layout appropriate for mobile
  • Understand the varying levels of support for some features among different devices
  • Understand the GeoLocation API and use it to integrate the user's location into websites.
  • Integrate video and other media appropriately for mobile devices
  • Use the Foundation framework to abstract low-level responsive coding and to create grid-based layouts
  • Create page transitions, dialogs, and buttons optimized for mobile
  • Incorporate phone-friendly forms, sliders, dialogs, and other widgets
  • Handle touch, phone-orientation, scrolling and other phone events
  • Create plugins and incorporate others' plugins into your code


I.Introduction to HTML

A.A Quick Overview of Web Development

B.Introduction to HTML

C.Paragraphs, Headings and Text

D.HTML Links

E.HTML Images

F.HTML Lists

G.HTML Tables

H.HTML Forms

II.Introduction to CSS

A.Crash Course in CSS

B.CSS Fonts

C.CSS Texts

D.Colors and Backgrounds

E.Custom Cursors

F.CSS and Links

G.Borders, Margin and Padding

H.Styling Tables with CSS

III.Advanced CSS

A.Positioning and Visibility

B.Advanced CSS Page Layout

C.CSS Shorthand Properties

D.CSS Lists as Hierarchical Navigation

E.CSS Background Tricks

F.Laying out and Styling Forms with CSS

G.CSS Best Practices

H.Browser-compatibility Issues

IV.Introduction to JavaScript

A.JavaScript Basics

B.Variables, Arrays and Operators

C.JavaScript Functions

D.Built-In JavaScript Objects

E.Conditionals and Loops

F.JavaScript Form Validation

G.Images, Windows and Timers

H.Navigator, History, and Location Objects

V.Advanced JavaScript

A.Quick JavaScript Recap

B.Advanced Techniques

C.Regular Expressions

D.The HTML Document Object Model

E.Dynamic Forms

F.Dynamic HTML


A.Laying out a Page with HTML5

B.HTML5 - How We Got Here

C.Sections and Articles

D.HTML5 Audio and Video

E.HTML5 Forms

F.HTML5 Web Storage

G.HTML5 Canvas

H.Integrated APIs

VII.jQuery Fundamentals

A.JavaScript Basics

B.jQuery Basic Concepts

C.jQuery Core





H.Best Performance Practices

I.Code Organization

J.Custom Events

VIII.Developing Mobile Websites

A.Designing for Mobile

B.Flexible Grids

C.Flexible Images and Other Media

D.The Viewport & Media Queries

E.HTML5: Mobile Specific Forms

F.GeoLocation API

G.Home Screen Icons



J.jQuery Mobile

K.Mobile Menus

L.The Bootstrap Framework

IX.jQuery Mobile

A.jQuery Mobile

B.What Is jQuery Mobile?

C.Getting Started with jQuery

D.Widgets and UI

E.JavaScript and Events

F.Integration with the Phone

G.The Theme Framework


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