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Microsoft 70-487 Exam – Study Notes

Overview

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Having recently passed the Microsoft 70-487 exam as part of the MCSD Web Developer certification, in this 70-487 Exam Study Guide I will share my thoughts and experiences to help you pass the exam.

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Microsoft 70-486 Exam Study Guide

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Hooray, I passed the Microsoft 70-486 exam!

To help others out there I thought I’d share my thoughts and experiences in this blog post.

To be honest … this is probably the most challenging Microsoft exam I’ve sat so far. I spent a lot of time preparing for the exam (probably because I had limited real-world experience at the time).

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Microsoft Exam 70-480 Study Guide

Having recently passed the Microsoft 70-480 (Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3) exam I wanted to share my experience and provide some tips to those that are soon planning to sit this exam.

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Overview

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

The content covered in the 70-480: Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 exam is as follows. Before attempting to complete the exam you should ensure you have knowledge in these key areas.

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

Access and Secure Data (25-30%)
> Validate user input by using HTML5 elements
> Validate user input by using JavaScript
> Consume data
> Serialize, deserialize, and transmit data

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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