- Price Information £490.00
- Course Duration 2 days
Old Broadcasting House,
Starting with setting up a development environment, you’ll look at making HTML5 applications backwards compatible with older browsers, as well as optimising applications for mobile devices.
During the course we cover the canvas API for dynamic data visualisation; build an image gallery with transitions and gesture interaction (with touch screen compatibility); learn how to make an audio/video playlist and player; explore how to make web apps that can find your location on a map; create apps that will work offline and store data locally, and more.
It’s an intensive two days but based on what you’ll learn, it will be well worth your investment as you’ll have the skills to develop applications that work across multiple platforms – one of the reasons that HTML5 is a hot topic right now, as illustrated by this news item on the BBC website ‘Coding the future: HTML5 takes the internet by storm’
How will I benefit?
On completion of this course you'll be able to:
- Build upon what you have learned in the course, and extend the provided examples to make your own web application
- Make richer user experiences that run in the browser without the need for a plugin like Flash
- Debug your application in the browser, and use tools to preview & remotely inspect web apps on mobile devices
- Make HTML5 applications that are functional in older browsers
What will I learn?
- Using the new features of HTML5
- The Document Object Model
- Adding interactivity to pages
Old Broadcasting House, Leeds
Attending the course:
- The course starts at 9:30 am on the first day and 9:00 am on the second day. Each day finishes at 5:00 pm.
- We're open from 8:30 am for coffee, papers and magazines and WIFI.
- Important things like great coffee, tea, water, biscuits, mints and lunch are provided.
- The course takes place in our Apple training suite so there's no need to bring anything with you
- The price published is fully inclusive
- We don't charge VAT (we're part of Leeds Metropolitan University so our courses are zero rated)
Richard is a twice BAFTA nominated creative coder, whose work includes visual installations, rich internet applications, social media and mobile apps, 3D interactive environments, and games. His client list includes BBC, Channel4, David Hockney Studio, and The National Media Museum.
You'll have experience of using HTML and some understanding of coding, for example using a scripting language