About HTML5



HTML5 is everywhere, and is a technology that can no longer be ignored or treated as a mere extension of HTML4. HTML5 is a vast umbrella term for modern Front End Engineering, namely JavaScript, Markup, DeviceAPIs, and Styles. Almost anything you see in App Stores can now be created with pure HTML5.

Although we will cover some of the most exciting features of HTML5 such as geolocation, web sockets, local storage, Real Time Communications(Web Workers, Web Socket), File / Hardware Access(Native Drag & Drop, FileSystem APIs, Geolocation, Device Orientation and Speech Input), Semantics & Markup, Multimedia, Graphics (2D and 3D Effects) SVG and Canvas, the focus of the course will be to help people understand the core principles and best practices for creating websites and apps.

CSS3 is split up into “modules”. The old specification has been split into smaller pieces, and new ones are also added. Some of the most important CSS3 modules are Selectors, Box Model, Backgrounds and Borders, Text Effects, 2D/3D Transformations, Animations, Multiple Column Layout and User Interface

HTML5 Training Course Objective

  • • As we jump into the course, let me just give you the course objectives, the things that I’m trying accomplish here, and the first thing is to introduce you to HTML5, and really quite honestly, one of my objectives, HTML5 like everything that has to do with the web.
  • • HTML5 is the ubiquitous platform for the web. Whether you’re a mobile web developer, an enterprise with specific business needs, or a serious game dev looking to explore the web as a new platform, HTML5 has something for you! HTML5 is making the web platform more powerful in a number of different areas.
HTML5 Training Course Overview
Introduction to WEB
  • • W3C and W3C Members
  • • Why WHATWG?
  • • What is Web?
HTML Basics
  • • Introduction
  • • Parts in HTML Document
  • • Editors
  • • Basic
  • • Elements
  • • Attributes
  • • Headings
  • • Basics
  • • Paragraphs
  • • Formatting
  • • Links
  • • Head
  • • CSS
  • • Images
  • • Tables
  • • JavaScript
  • • HTML XHTML
  • • HTML4 Drawbacks
HTML5 Intro
  • • HTML5 HISTORY
  • • New Features and groups
  • • Backward Compatibility
  • • Why HTML5?
  • • Power of HTML5:
  • • m or mobi or touch domains
  • • Common Terms in HTML5
HTML5 Syntax
  • • The DOCTYPE:
  • • Character Encoding:
Obsolete Elements/Deprecated Elements
  • • <acronym>
  • • <applet>
  • • <basefont>
  • • <big>
  • • <center>
  • • <dir>
  • • <font>
  • • <frame>
  • • <frameset>
  • • <isindex>
  • • <noframes>
  • • <s>
  • • <strike>
  • • <tt>
  • • <u>
  • • <xmp>
HTML5 New Elements
  • • New Semantic/Structural Elements
  • • <article>
  • • <aside>
  • • <bdi>
  • • <command>
  • • <details>
  • • <dialog>
  • • <summary>
  • • <figure>
  • • <
  • • <footer>
  • • <header>
  • • <mark>
  • • <meter>
  • • <nav>
  • • <progress>
  • • <ruby>
  • • <rt>
  • • <rp>
  • • <section>
  • • <time>
  • • <wbr>
  • HTML5 Canvas
    • • What is Canvas?
    • • Create a Canvas
    • • Canvas Coordinates
    • • Canvas – Paths
    • • Canvas – Text
    • • Canvas – Gradients
    • • Canvas – Images
    HTML5 SVG
    • • What is SVG?
    • • SVG Advantages
    • • Differences Between SVG and Canvas
    • • Comparison of Canvas and SVG
    HTML5 Drag/Drop
    • • Introduction
    • • Make an Element Draggable
    • • What to Drag?Where to Drop?
      • HTML5 Geolocation
          • Introduction
        • • Locate the User’s Position+
        • • Handling Errors and Rejections
        • • The getCurrentPosition()
        • • Geolocation object
        HTML5 Video
        • • Introduction
        • • Video on the Web
        • • How It Works?
        • • Video Formats and Browser Support
        • • HTML5 Video Tags
        HTML5 Audio
        • • Introduction
        • • Audio on the Web
        • • How It Works?
        • • Audio Formats and Browser Support
        • • HTML5 Audio Tags
        HTML5 Input Types
        • • Introduction
        • • color
        • • date
        • • datetime
        • • datetime-local
        • • email
        • • month
        • • number
        • • range
        • • search
        • • tel
        • • time
        • • url
        • • week
        HTML5 Form Elements
        • • <datalist>
        • • <keygen>
        • • <output>
        HTML5 Form Attributes
        • • New attributes for <form> and <input> New attributes for <form>:
        • • autocomplete
        • • novalidate
        New attributes for <input>:
        • • autocomplete
        • • autofocus
        • • form, formaction
        • • formenctype,formmethod
        • • formnovalidate
        • • formtarget
        • • height and width
        • • list, min and max
        • • multiple
        • • pattern (regexp)
        • • placeholder
        • • required, step
        HTML5 Semantic
        • • Introduction
        • • What are Semantic Elements?
        • • non-semantic elements: <div> and <span>
        • • semantic elements: <form>, <table>, and <img>
        • • New Semantic Elements in HTML5
        • • <header>
        • • <nav>
        • • <section>
        • • <article>
        • • <aside>
        • • <figcaption>
        • • <figure>
        • • <footer>
        HTML5 Web Storage
        • • What is HTML5 Web Storage?
        • • Browser Support
        • • The localStorage Object
        • • The sessionStorage Object
        HTML5 App Cache
        • • What is Application Cache?
        • • Cache Manifest Basics
        • • HTML5 Cache Manifest
        HTML5 Web Workers
        • • What is a Web Worker?
        • • Check Web Worker Support
        • • Create a Web Worker File
        • • Terminate a Web Worker
        HTML5 SSE
        • • One Way Messaging
        • • Browser Support
        • • The EventSource Object
        HTML Media
        • • New Media Elements
        • • <audio>
        • • <video>
        • • <source>
        • • <embed>
        • • <track>
        HTML Multimedia
        • • What is Multimedia?
        • • Browser Support
        • • Multimedia Formats
        • • Video Formats
        • • Sound Formats
        HTML5 – MathML
        • • Introduction
        • • Using MathML Characters
        • • Matrix Presentation
        • • Math Formulas