ITIL is a well-known and established framework that provides a set of best practices for managing IT services. The ITIL Foundations exam is the entry level exam which aims to provide a general overview of key concepts and terminology of the ITIL framework.
Having just passed the ITIL Foundations Exam I wanted to share my thoughts and tips in this ITIL Foundation exam study guide to help you pass the exam.
The 70-480 exam forms part of the MCSD: App Builder certification. The achieve the certification you must pass the following exams.
70-357 – Developing Mobile Apps
70-486 – Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications
70-487 – Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services
Implement and Manipulate Document Structures and Objects (20-25%) > Create the document structure by using HTML > Write code that interacts with UI controls > Apply styling to HTML elements programmatically > Implement HTML5 APIs > Establish the scope of objects and variables > Create and implement objects and methods
Implement Program Flow (25-30%) > Implement program flow > Raise and handle an event > Implement exception handling > Implement asynchronous programming > Create a web worker process
Use CSS3 in Applications (25-30%) > Style HTML text properties > Style HTML box properties > Create a flexible content layout > Create an animated and adaptive UI > Find elements by using CSS selectors and JQuery > Structure a CSS file by using CSS selectors
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