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Introduction to Programming Using JavaScript

ISBN : 9781644590799

Prepare for the Microsoft MTA 98-382 exam with the Introduction to Programming Using JavaScript course and lab. The lab simulates real-world, hardware, software, and command-line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course or training. The course and lab completely cover the objectives of the MTA 98-382 exam will help you master the skills required to program with JavaScript operators, methods, keywords, variables, data types, and functions; implement and analyze decisions and loops; interact with the Document Object Model (DOM), and interact with HTML forms, and more.

The Microsoft MTA 98-382: Introduction to Programming Using JavaScript certification enables candidates to utilize data types supported by JavaScript. It also allows students to identify and compose the syntactically correct JavaScript code. The MTA 98-382 exam is specifically designed for the candidates who compose, debug, and manage well-documented JavaScript code. The MTA 98-382 exam validates the candidates' skills to successfully manage JavaScript programming.

Lessons
Lessons
10+
Quizzes
118+
Flashcards
85+
Glossary of terms
85+
TestPrep
Pre Assessment Questions
40+
Full Length Tests
2+
Post Assessment Questions
45+
Lab
Performance lab
Learn the real world skills using LiveLab.
84+
Video tutorials
Get interactive learning videos with transcripts and voice-over.
52+
Hours
Signify the duration of video tutorials in labs.
01:34+

Videos and How To

uCertify course includes videos to help understand concepts. It also includes How Tos that help learners with how to accomplish certain tasks.

Video Lessons
Videos
104+
Hours
03:12+
Exam related FAQs
What are the prerequisites for this exam? Candidates are expected to have at least 100 hours of instruction or hands-on experience with the JavaScript programming language. Candidates should also be familiar with JavaScript features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug, and maintain well-formed, well documented JavaScript code.
What is the exam registration fee? USD 127
Where do I take the exam? Certiport or Pearson VUE
What is the format of the exam? Single choice, multiple choice, drag-and-drop, active screen, build list, case studies, and short answer.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 40-60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 45 minutes
What is the passing score? 700
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the 98-382, click here.
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?
  • Web Programmer
  • Software Engineer
  • JavaScript Developer
  • Software Programmer
  • JavaScript Programmer
  • Front-end Software Engineer
  • About JavaScript
  • JavaScript Getting Started
  • Comments in JavaScript
  • Your First JavaScript Code
  • Exercise
  • JavaScript Variables
  • JavaScript Data Types
  • JavaScript Operators
  • JavaScript Operators Precedence
  • JavaScript Alerts and Prompts
  • JavaScript Keywords and Reserved Words
  • Scripts
  • Constants
  • JavaScript Debugging
  • Exercise
  • Decision Making
  • Loops
  • Exercise
  • Types of Arrays
  • Declaring and Initialization of an Array
  • Array Methods
  • Sorting and Searching in Array
  • Access an Element of an Array
  • Exercise
  • Function Definition
  • Calling a Function
  • Nested Functions
  • Built-In Functions
  • The this Keyword
  • Exercise
  • Object-Oriented Language
  • Creating Objects
  • The String Object
  • The Date Object
  • The forEach() Method
  • Exercise
  • The Browser Hierarchy
  • Window open() and close() Method
  • JavaScript Window Screen
  • Exercise
  • DOM Levels
  • The DOM as a Tree
  • Retrieving Elements
  • DOM Events
  • JavaScript innerHTML and document.write()
  • Exercise
  • Overview of Form Elements
  • Form Objects
  • Working with Form Information
  • Validation with JavaScript
  • Form Submission Process
  • Exercise
  • Error Handling and Exceptions
  • Types of Errors
  • try, catch and finally Statements
  • throw Statement
  • Exercise

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Using Single-Line and Multi-Line Comments
  • Running a JavaScript Code
  • Understanding basic concepts of JavaScript
  • Using Strict Mode
  • Using Variable Scopes
  • Using arithmetic operators
  • Using Data Types
  • Using Operators
  • Using JavaScript Alerts and Prompts
  • Using the alert() method
  • Using the prompt() method
  • Using the confirm() method
  • Using Internal Script
  • Using noscript
  • Using External Script
  • Using Constants
  • Using the Debugger Keyword
  • Setting Breakpoints in JavaScript
  • Getting Console Log Using JavaScript
  • Using the Decision-Making Statements
  • Using the if statement
  • Working with the nested if statements
  • Using the if-else statement
  • Using the Break and Continue Statements
  • Using the While Loop
  • Using the For Loop
  • Using the Do-While Loop
  • Using the for loop
  • Understanding the while loop
  • Working with the do-while loop
  • Using the Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Using the Array Methods
  • Using the Array Operations
  • Sorting and Searching in Array
  • Using the indexof() method
  • Using the sort() method
  • Calling a Function
  • Using the array.length() method
  • Calling a function
  • Using Nested Functions
  • Using Different Mathematical Functions in JavaScript
  • Using the toFixed() Function
  • Using the isNaN() Function
  • Using the parseInt() and parseFloat() Functions
  • Using the isNan() function
  • Using the math.ceil() method
  • Using the this Keyword
  • Creating Objects
  • Working with the objects
  • Using String Object
  • Formatting strings
  • Using the concat() method - Part I
  • Using the concat() method - Part II
  • Using the Date Object
  • Calculating the Difference Between Two Dates
  • Using Localization
  • Using the Time Function in JavaScript
  • Using the Date object
  • Using the forEach() Method
  • Using the forEach() method - Part I
  • Using forEach() method - Part II
  • Using the Window open() and close() Methods
  • Using JavaScript Window Screen
  • Retrieving Elements
  • Using the Onfocus and Onblur Events
  • Using the DOM Event
  • Understanding DOM events - Part I
  • Understanding DOM events - Part II
  • Understanding DOM events - Part III
  • Using JavaScript innerHTML and document.write()
  • Using innerHTML property
  • Creating a Form
  • Using the Radio and Check Box Objects
  • Using a Text Box Object
  • Using the Password Object
  • Using the POST Method
  • Retrieving Form Values from Textbox
  • Retrieving Form Values from Dropdown
  • Working with form Information
  • Using Validation with JavaScript
  • Validating a form
  • Using the GET Method
  • Using the onsubmit Event
  • Working with errors and exceptions
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