CIW JavaScript Specialist Online Training with Live Labs and Exam (1D0-735)

SKU: CIW-112513

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Course Description

Embrace website design and perfect your JavaScript abilities, by signing up to this in-depth course and exam bundle that will provide you with all you need to know to be a pro at JavaScript. As one of the most common elements of most web pages and applications, understanding JavaScript and its uses is essential for website developers and programmers, and with the help of this course, you can!

Add a Valuable Skill to your CV

As a web developer, the skills you can demonstrate can affect your chances of employment, and if you wish to follow your dreams of being the best at what you do, enhancing your skillset with this course and exam package will help. Many job roles ask for an understanding of multiple programming languages, for example JavaScript, C++ and PHP, and you can easily add another skill to your portfolio upon completion of this course and sitting the associated exam.

Work Through Basic and Advanced Techniques

Build some solid foundations for your journey through JavaScript, by working through this course from beginning to end. From working with variables to using its functions on websites and forms, students will be able to demonstrate well-rounded expertise by the time they receive their pass certificate.

Key learning points

As a major player in the World Wide Web, understanding JavaScript – either at a basic or more advanced level - is essential for web developers and programmers of all abilities. Anyone working within the web, application or software development fields would benefit from this course, which will provide them with valuable tools and techniques that they can then use in future projects.

  • Identify some of the major characteristics of JavaScript and some of the common practices used, such as object-based nature and platform-independence.
  • Get to grips with server-side and client-side JavaScript applications.
  • Learn about, and be confident implementing, some of the variables and methodology that exist within JavaScript, such as undefined data types, the type attribute, and alert, prompt and confirm methods.
  • Understand more about terms inducing string concatenation, strict comparison and mathematical precedence.
  • Get to grips with some of the primary functions, methods and events within JavaScript, including the built-in functions and calculate average.
  • Continue on to study some intermediate techniques, such as using DOM, creating custom expressions and objects and using JavaScript to control program flow.
  • Build the confidence required to debug and troubleshoot JavaScript code.
  • Integrate JavaScript into forms to enhance their interactivity.
  • Tackle some of the security issues that JavaScript users can come up against.
  • Learn more about libraries such as jQuery and plugins, and appreciate the differences between them.
  • Use JavaScript and AJAX to create interactive web applications and to communicate with back-end databases.

Advantages of this course

  • Study the course materials and resources at your leisure, with convenient and flexible courseware that can be picked up and put down as and when, to suit your other commitments.
  • Courseware is accessible around the clock, 365 days a year. It’s also valid for a full 12 months, so you can work through the content without any unnecessary stress.
  • Technical support is on hand as and when you need it, should you run into difficulty with the courseware at any stage.
  • Add an incredibly widespread computing language to your CV and LinkedIn profile, and give future employers even more reason to hire you!
  • Sit the accompanying exam to prove your knowledge of the subject.
  • Boost your programming confidence and open more doors with your coding potential.

The first part of this course focuses on essential JavaScript principles and techniques, including common programming practices, working with variables and data, and using functions, methods and events.

Next, you will learn intermediate JavaScript programming techniques that will build upon your knowledge and present solutions for more functional and exciting Web pages. These include using control structures for program flow, manipulating the JavaScript DOM, using language objects, creating expressions, and creating and using custom objects.

You will then apply JavaScript programming techniques to develop interactive forms, change HTML dynamically, create and use cookies, and explore security issues related to JavaScript. You will also learn about extensions to the JavaScript language, including JavaScript code libraries, Web APIs and advanced interactive Web applications with AJAX. Finally, you will learn throughout the course about tools and techniques for debugging and troubleshooting your JavaScript code.

By the end of this course, you will understand and use the most popular applications of JavaScript. Expand your expertise into the world of JavaScript by signing up to our course and exam bundle today!

Target Audience
The CIW JavaScript Specialist course is for individuals who want to understand how to fully use the features of the JavaScript programming language in Web application development. These specialized Web language skills can help you begin or grow a career in advanced Web development and technologies:

  • Web developers
  • Software developers
  • Application programmers
  • Full-stack developers
  • Web Designers
  • UI/UX Designers

Job Responsibilities
Implement and maintain hypertext-based Web sites using authoring and scripting languages; create Web content; use Web management tools and digital media tools; and apply human-factor principles to design.

No prior knowledge of the JavaScript programming language is necessary. However, students should be familiar with using the Internet, developing Web pages and configuring networks to a level consistent with that found in the CIW Web Foundations series. Knowledge of HTML code development is required.


Introduction to JavaScript
Introduction to Scripting
JavaScript Characteristics
JavaScript and Common Programming Concepts
JavaScript Flavors and Versions
Technologies Based on JavaScript
Server-Side vs. Client-Side Applications
Annotating Your Code with Comments
Expanding the Role of JavaScript

Working with Variables and Data in JavaScript
Using JavaScript to Communicate with the User
Using Data More Than Once: Variables
JavaScript Operators
JavaScript Expressions
JavaScript Alerts and Prompts
Inline Scripting, Simple User Events and Basic Event Handlers
JavaScript Keywords and Reserved Words

Functions, Methods and Events in JavaScript
Introduction to Functions
Defining a Function
Calling a Function
Methods as Functions
Types of Functions
User Events and JavaScript Event Handlers

Debugging and Troubleshooting JavaScript
What Is Debugging?
Tools for Debugging Code
Testing Code in Various Browsers
Debugging Logic Errors
JavaScript and Mobile Devices

Controlling Program Flow in JavaScript
Controlling Decisional Program Flow
The if...else Statement
The while Statement
The do...while Statement
The for Statement
The break Statement
The continue Statement
The switch Statement

The JavaScript Document Object Model (DOM)
The JavaScript Document Object Model (DOM)
The window Object
The document Object
The image Object
The history Object
The location Object
The navigator Object
The Virtual DOM

JavaScript Language Objects
Introduction to JavaScript Language Objects
The String Object
Evaluating Strings
JavaScript Regular Expressions
The Array Object
The forEach Method
The Map Method
The Date Object
Setting and Extracting Time Information
The Math Object

Custom JavaScript Objects
Creating Custom Objects
Creating a JavaScript Object: The Constructor
Creating an Instance of a Custom Object
Creating Object Methods
Creating Functions for Your Objects
Concept of Classes
Iterators and Generators
Call, apply and bind

Changing HTML on the Fly
Changing HTML on the Fly
Using the getElementById Method
Using the getElementsByName Method
Using the getElementsByTagName Method
Using the getElementsByClassName Method
Modifying Attributes within the DOM
Appending Text to the DOM

Developing Interactive Forms with JavaScript
Interactive Forms
Overview of Form Elements
Referring to Form Elements
The form Object
The input Elements and text Objects
The textarea object
The select Object
Form Validation
Common form Security Errors

JavaScript Security
Introduction to JavaScript Security Issues
Browser vs. Operating System
Browser-Specific Security Issues
Browser Compatibility and Client-Side Detection
Script Blocking
Differences in document.write Among Browsers
Malicious and Accidental Coding
Frame-to-Frame URL Changing
Signed Scripts
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
Cookies and Security in JavaScript
Ethics in Collecting, Storing, Using and Protecting User Data
Creating Secure JavaScript Code

JavaScript Libraries and Frameworks
Introduction to JavaScript Libraries and Frameworks
Choosing a Code Library
External and Pre-Made Scripts
Loading Your First Library
Using JavaScript Library Plug-ins
Using Frameworks
Best Practices with JavaScript Libraries and Frameworks
Copyright Issues and JavaScript

JavaScript and AJAX
Introduction to AJAX
Handling Data and Content Types
Interactions Among JavaScript, Data and HTML
Using AJAX Scripts
AJAX and Servers
AJAX and Databases
Usability Issues with AJAX
Combining AJAX with Libraries

Introduction to Web APIs
Web Application Programming Interface (API)
The Web Storage API
The Geolocation API
The Canvas API

NOTE: The exam alone for this course can be found HERE : The Course without the exam can be found HERE.

Course Detail

Online Access : 1 Year
Compatibility : Windows, Mac
Exam Included : Yes

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