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The Dojo Training teaches participants how to build powerful JavaScript Ajax applications using the Dojo Toolkit, Dijit, and DojoX.

Overview

The Dojo Training teaches participants how to build powerful JavaScript Ajax applications using the Dojo Toolkit Dijit and DojoX.


Objective

At the end of Dojo training course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand Dojo's API design and feature set
  • Master the use of Dojo's core features
  • Manipulate and traverse the Document Object Model using Dojo's DOM APIs
  • Create and control your own class hierarchy

Duration - 3 Days


Prerequisites

Must Have

  • Knowledge of JavaScript


Syllabus

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  • 1. Intro to Dojo
    • What Dojo is and isn't
    • Our first, basic Dojo script
    • How to do things the Dojo way Asynchronous Modules and AMD Requiring the code you need Loading Dojo
    • Baseless Dojo
    • dojoConfig: Configuring how Dojo is loaded
  • 2. Retrieving elements
    • dojo/dom: Asking for an element by name
    • What do I get back? DOMNodes and Nodes
    • Creating nodes
    • Placing nodes
    • Removing nodes
  • 3. Dojo/Query
    • A different way of retrieving elements
    • Using CSS Selectors (up to CSS3)
    • Processing NodeLists
  • 4. Basic styling
    • Accessing style information
    • Changing style settings
  • 5. Dojo and JavaScript
    • Array enhancements
    • Function enhancements
    • Working with dates
    • Working with numbers and strings
  • 6. Dojo and Events
    • Hooking up events with dojo/on
    • Removing event handlers
    • Distributing events across a NodeList
    • Using dojo's publish/subscribe model
  • 7. Dojo and Ajax
    • Ajax architecture
    • Dojo and Ajax: dojo/request
    • Typical Ajax tasks Changing the content of a node Form processing
    • Processing data with Ajax JSON data XML data
    • Other dojo/request capabilities
  • 8. Dojo and Classes
    • dojo/declare(): Creating classes
    • Defining methods and properties
    • Inheritance and Mixins
    • Constructors
  • 9. Dijit Widgets
    • Declarative vs programmatic UI
    • Form widgets
    • Layout widgets
    • Other widgets
  • 10. Styling Widgets
    • Using customizable properties
    • On-the-fly
  • 11. Creating your own widget
    • From scratch
    • Using a template
    • Creating attributes, getters and setters
  • 12. Subclassing a widget
    • Using OO
    • Adding capabilities
  • 13. Possible additional topics (which would require extra time)
  • 14. Conclusion