Braindump2go 70-480 Dumps PDF Free Download (101-110)

MICROSOFT OFFICIAL: New Updated 70-480 Exam Questions from Braindump2go 70-480 PDF Dumps and 70-480 VCE Dumps! Welcome to Download the Newest Braindump2go 70-480 VCE&PDF Dumps: (225 Q&As)

2015 Microsoft 70-480 Certification Exam is coming! Getting a Laest 70-480 Practice Test is very important for an Exam Candiate! Braindump2go New Updated 70-480 Exam Questions Well Formatted in PDF and VCE versions, providing you convenience and excellence both at the same time! Free Questions and Answer are provided Following:

Exam Code: 70-480
Exam Name Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3
Certification Provider: Microsoft
Corresponding Certifications: MCSD, MCSD: SharePoint Applications, MCSD: Web Applications, MCSD: Windows Store Apps, Microsoft Specialist: Visual Studio

Keywords:70-480 Dumps,70-480 Exam Questions,70-480 VCE,70-480 PDF,70-480 Practice Exams,70-480 Practice Tests,70-480 Braindump,70-480 Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3

Drag and Drop Question
You are developing an application by using JavaScript.
You must write a function that returns the sum of the variables named v1, v2, v3, v4.
You need to complete the sum function.
How should you complete the relevant code? (To answer, drag the appropriate code segment or segments to the correct location or locations in the answer area. Use only code segments that apply.)


Drag and Drop Question
You create an HTML5 application that includes JavaScript.
The application performs several AJAX requests.
One AJAX request retrieves order information from a web service and then sends the information back to a webpage within the application.
You must create a custom event.
You have the following requirements:
– The webpage must contain an HTML element named ordersListing that will receive the custom event notification.
– The event name must be ordersReceived.
– The event must pass a custom value named orderCount.
– The event must run a JavaScript method named showOrdersReceivedCount after the orders Listing HTML element receives the event.
– Do not allow other DOM elements to receive the event.
– Allow the event to be cancelled.
– Send the event into the event system.
You need to implement the custom event to notify specific DOM elements of the AJAX response.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (Develop the solution by selecting the required code segments and arranging them in the correct order.)


You are troubleshooting an application.
Users report that the UI is slow to respond.
You need to improve UI responsiveness by moving application tasks to web workers.
Which two tasks can you move to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.    A function that loops through the Document Object Model to update the style of page
B.    A long-running calculation that requires looping through an array
C.    A function that performs graphic-intensive animation
D.    A function that stores large amounts of data to local storage

Answer: BC
– Despite the improvements in JavaScript engines, it is not uncommon for users to encounter frozen user interfaces as the browser works through resource intensive tasks.
This leads to a horrible user experience. The purpose of Web Workers is to give developers a way of instructing the browser to process large tasks in the background; therefore preventing the UI from freezing up.
– The Web Workers specification defines an API for spawning background scripts in your web application. Web Workers allow you to do things like fire up long-running scripts to handle computationally intensive tasks, but without blocking the UI or other scripts to handle user interactions

You are developing a web page that includes the following HTML.
<span id = “myTextSpan” class = “redText”> Hello There! </span>
The font color of text inside the span must be red.
You need to develop the web page to meet the requirement.
Which two CSS segments will achieve the goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose two.)

A.    Option A
B.    Option B
C.    Option C
D.    Option D

Answer: AC

You develop an interactive scalable vector graphic (SVG) application.
You write the following code (Line numbers are included for reference only.):

You need to increase the size of the circle by 50 percent.
Which code segment should you insert at line 02?

A.    Option A
B.    Option B
C.    Option C
D.    Option D

Answer: B

You develop an HTML5 webpage.
You have the following HTML markup:
You need to change the background color for all of the elements whose name attribute ends with the word name.
Which code segment should you add to the webpage?

A.    $ (‘#name’).css ({ ‘background-color’ : ‘#E0ECF8’ });
B.    $ (‘input [name |=”name”; ] ‘ ) .css (( ‘background-color’ : ‘#E0ECF8’});
C.    $(‘input[name$=”name”]’). css{{‘background-color’ : ‘#E0ECF8’});
D.    $ (‘*name’ ) .css ({ ‘background-color’ : ‘ #E0ECF8’}) ;

Answer: C

You develop an HTML application that is located at
The application must load JSON data from
You need to choose an approach for loading the data.
What should you do?

A.    Design a REST URI scheme with multiple domains.
B.    Configure Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) on the servers.
C.    Load the data by using WebSockets.
D.    Use the jQuery getJSON method.

Answer: B
– You must use Cross Origin Resource Sharing
It’s not as complicated as it sounds…simply set your request headers appropriately…in Python it would look like:
– self.response.headers.add_header(‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’, ‘*’);
– self.response.headers.add_header(‘Access-Control-Allow-Methods’, ‘GET, POST, OPTIONS’);
– self.response.headers.add_header(‘Access-Control-Allow-Headers’, ‘X-Requested-With’);
– self.response.headers.add_header(‘Access-Control-Max-Age’, ‘86400’);
– Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that allows Javascript on a web page to make XMLHttpRequests to another domain, not the domain the Javascript originated from.[1] Such “cross-domain” requests would otherwise be forbidden by web browsers, per the same origin security policy. CORS defines a way in which the browser and the server can interact to determine whether or not to allow the cross-origin request.[2] It is more powerful than only allowing same-origin requests, but it is more secure than simply allowing all such cross-origin requests.

You are building a web page for a newspaper publisher.
You have the following requirements:
– The web page should split the content into columns that are at least 100 pixels wide.
– The number of columns displayed must be set by the browser.
You need to implement the correct CSS properties.
Which line of code should you use?

A.    <div id=”outer” style=”width: 100px; column-fill: balance;”>…</div>
B.    <div id=”outer” style=”width: 100px; column-gap: 10px;”>…</div>
C.    <div id=”outer” style=”column-width: 100px; “>. . .</div>
D.    <div id=”outer” style=”width: 100px; columns: 100px 3″>…</div>

Answer: C

You develop a webpage with a standard input control by using HTML5.
The input control must display the text Enter your given name, as shown below:
When a user selects the input control, the text must disappear.
You need to create the input control.
Which input control should you use?

A.    <input name=”GivenName” value=” Enter your given name” />
B.    <input name =”GivenName” default=” Enter your given name” />
C.    <input name=”GivenName” text=” Enter your given name” />
D.    <input name=”GivenName” placeholder=” Enter your given name” />

Answer: D

You are creating a custom object as described by the following code.

You need to implement the calcArea method.
Which code should you use?

A.    Option A
B.    Option B
C.    Option C
D.    Option D

Answer: D

Braindump2go Latest 70-480 Exam Dumps Released! 100% Real Questions – Dumps Qulification is the secret of Success! Prepare yourself to Face the 70-480 Exam with Real Exam Questions from Microsoft Official Exam Center, walk into the Testing Centre with confidence.

70-480 PDF Dumps & 70-480 VCE Dumps Full Version Download(225q):


Categories 70-480 Dumps/70-480 Exam Questions/70-480 PDF/70-480 VCE/Microsoft Dumps

Post Author: mavis



Cisco Exam Dumps Download

200-301 PDF and VCE Dumps

200-901 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-901 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-910 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-915 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-920 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-401 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-410 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-415 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-420 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-425 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-430 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-435 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-401 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-401 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-801 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-810 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-815 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-820 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-835 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-801 PDF and VCE Dumps

200-201 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-601 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-610 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-615 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-620 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-625 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-635 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-660 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-601 PDF and VCE Dumps

352-001 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-701 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-710 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-715 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-720 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-725 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-730 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-735 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-701 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-501 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-510 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-515 PDF and VCE Dumps

300-535 PDF and VCE Dumps

350-501 PDF and VCE Dumps

010-151 PDF and VCE Dumps

100-490 PDF and VCE Dumps

810-440 PDF and VCE Dumps

820-445 PDF and VCE Dumps

840-450 PDF and VCE Dumps

820-605 PDF and VCE Dumps

700-805 PDF and VCE Dumps

700-070 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-455 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-460 PDF and VCE Dumps

500-173 PDF and VCE Dumps

500-174 PDF and VCE Dumps

200-401 PDF and VCE Dumps

644-906 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-211 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-212 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-210 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-212 PDF and VCE Dumps

700-680 PDF and VCE Dumps

500-275 PDF and VCE Dumps

500-285 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-455 PDF and VCE Dumps

600-460 PDF and VCE Dumps

Microsoft Exams Will Be Retired

AZ-103(retiring August 31, 2020)

AZ-203(retiring August 31, 2020)

AZ-300(retiring August 31, 2020)

AZ-301(retiring August 31, 2020)

77-419(retiring June 30, 2020)

70-333(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-334(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-339(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-345(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-357(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-410(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-411(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-412(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-413(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-414(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-417(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-461(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-462(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-463(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-464(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-465(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-466(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-467(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-480(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-483(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-486(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-487(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-537(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-705(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-740(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-741(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-742(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-743(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-744(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-745(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-761(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-762(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-764(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-765(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-767(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-768(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-777(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-778(retiring January 31, 2021)

70-779(retiring January 31, 2021)

MB2-716(retiring January 31, 2021)

MB6-894(retiring January 31, 2021)

MB6-897(retiring January 31, 2021)

MB6-898(retiring January 31, 2021)