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Using Dojo Framework and Dijit (5 days) print Download

course overview

In this course you'll learn how to use the Dojo Framework to create dynamic Web applications. The course describes how Dojo simplifies common tasks such as DOM manipulation, event handling, Ajax, and data management. We also discuss structural and architectural best practices.

The course also shows how to use the widgets in the Dijit library. We'll lead you through plenty of examples that illustrate the standard widgets, and also show how to create your own custom widgets. As part of our coverage, we'll describe how to create mobile-friendly Web applications using Dojo Mobile.

what you'll learn

prerequisites

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Introduction to Dojo

  • Dojo essentials
  • Writing a simple script
  • Example of Dojo
  • Dojo structure and configuration

Manipulating components on a Web page

  • Accessing the DOM tree
  • Getting elements by name
  • Getting elements via CSS3 selectors
  • Adding and removing nodes in the DOM tree
  • Getting and setting CSS styles

Dojo enhancements to JavaScript

  • Processing basic types
  • Processing arrays, dates, and objects
  • Processing arrays
  • Working with functions

Event handling in Dojo

  • Adding and removing event handlers
  • Publishing events
  • Additional techniques

Using Ajax Dojo

  • Overview of Ajax
  • Using Ajax manually in JavaScript
  • How Dojo simplifies Ajax
  • Submitting requests
  • Working with JSON and/or XML data

Working with data

  • Overview of dojo/store
  • Using DataGrid
  • Using dojo data
  • Best practices

Object oriented Dojo

  • Recap of OO in regular JavaScript
  • How Dojo simplifies OO
  • Defining classes
  • Defining constructors, methods, and properties
  • Implementing inheritance

Introduction to Dijit

  • Dijit essentials
  • Example of Dijit
  • Survey of core Dijit widgets

Using Dijit widgets

  • Layout widgets
  • Input/output widgets
  • Other useful widgets
  • Styling widgets

Creating custom widgets

  • Implementing a custom widget from scratch
  • Using templates in a widget
  • Defining attributes, getters, ad setters
  • Inheriting from widgets

Mobile development

  • Overview of dojo mobile
  • View components
  • Heading components
  • Working with lists
  • Managing panes
  • Input controls
  • Layouts
  • Pickers
  • Additional techniques