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CIW ADVANCED HTML 5.0 AND CSS - EXAM (1D0-620)

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CIW ADVANCED HTML 5.0 AND CSS – EXAM (1D0-620)

£500

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CIW Advanced HTML 5.0 and CSS – Exam (1D0-620)

This exam is aimed at those who have completed the CIW HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist course, gaining advanced skills in creating web pages that easily adapt to display on smartphones, tablets, gaming devices and smart TVs, as well to traditional desktop and laptop computers. Passing the exam leads to CIW HTML5 and CSS3 certification. This is clear evidence to employers of a skill set which is highly sought-after in a wide range of technology-focused business sectors.

Introduction to the CIW Advanced HTML 5.0 and CSS – Exam (1D0-620)

Candidates for this exam (who have completed the CIW HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist course) may also have completed the Site Development Associate course. Therefore, it is ideally suited to students looking to prepare for higher education or gain a high-level career-entry position. It will also appeal to professionals who want to take their career to the next level. They may already be working in:

  • Web Design
  • Internet Consultancy
  • Information technology
  • Marketing
  • We and Graphic Design
  • A wide range of other business

What you will learn in the CIW Advanced HTML 5.0 and CSS – Exam (1D0-620)

  • You will learn how to build and write apps for WatchOS, one of Apple’s fastest selling products.
  • Learn the fundamentals of making apps in Xcode and Swift for WatchOS
  • Understand how to leverage what you learn to other Apple platforms
  • You will also learn how to write apps that integrate with Apple HealthKit
  • Understand the design and functionality of a watchOS app
  • Learn how to build a simple app of your own in Xcode

Benefits of the CIW Advanced HTML 5.0 and CSS – Exam (1D0-620)

The CIW HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist exam 1D0-620 lasts for 75 minutes and contains 55 questions. To pass the exam, candidates will need to achieve a score of 72.73%, demonstrating a range of knowledge and skills:

  • HTML5 essentials – including: development skills for traditional and non-traditional delivery platforms; web development trifecta and its significance; the evolution of HTML; creating and deploying HTML structure tags; perform HTML5 code validation and explain its practical value.
  • Using CSS technology – including: explaining the function and purpose of CSS style sheets technology – and their importance when designing sites; define common CSS terms and syntax; develop and apply page layouts with CSS, position content and apply flow.
  • Familiarity with CSS3 – including: listing the features added to CSS functionality in CSS version 3; applying common CSS3 properties and selectors, backgrounds and border, fonts and text effects.
  • Using advanced CSS3 techniques – including: applying 2D and 3D transformations, transitions and animations; creating accessible user interfaces, menus and buttons, transparencies and overlays.
  • Familiarity with Javascript – including: defining scripting languages and explaining their functionality; defining Javascript and its main features and uses; defining roles of Javascript objects, variables and expressions; comparing Javascript to other languages in web development; embedding Javascript code into HTML5 documents.
  • Javascript events, functions and methods – including using Javascript code to define and call functions.
  • Using HTML5 APIs – including defining APIs and using the HTML5 Canvas APIs for advanced techniques.
  • Developing HTML5 forms – including defining the purpose and functionality of HTML5 forms and using the HTML5
  • Completing, submitting and validating user input forms – including using HTML5 attributes for using completing and submitting form,s and defining and describing general concepts and techniques used to validate user input forms.
  • Designing for mobile devices – including comparing apps to mobile websites, developing appropriate page layouts for use on mobile devices and creating navigational elements and hyperlinks for mobile web pages.

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