|Assignments due in one week unless otherwise stated. I may add some things during the week, so double check the schedule each week! If an assignment does not have a grade it may mean that you need to fix and resubmit.|
|HELP schedule|| I have changed office hours to not overlap with my CIS120 SI.
My office hours are 1 on Monday, 10 on Tuesday, 1 on Wednesday, 10 on Thursday.. If it turns out other hours work better
for students these may change, so check back.
I will send out the information to contact me on Zoom. I will post availability but you can also set something up with me.
Downloading WinSCP on your PC by SI Joe Fletcher
There is access to WiFi from your car under the solar canopies on the Fall River Campus.
Week of April 12th
|Please do some research on the use of AJAX and check back! Some helpful sites.
Intro AJAX by Udacity (free course)
Another intro AJAX
Example I did you should check out need to set up your own password to run.< Repeat incase you did not see it under week #10.br> And then there is youtube:
Combining JSON and AJAX
New Boston and AJAX I have used New Boston in the past and liked it
What looks like an interesting article:
Week of April 5th
I would like you to start this week by doing some research on AJAX.
Information about AJAX at W3 schools
I posted the wrong version of the old examples - will get the new ones up soon.
Example I did you should check out need to set up your own password to run.
Your assignment is to write a simple example using AJAX. You can model it on one of the examples you find as you research Ajax.
Week of March 29th
David Papargiris, Director of Forensics Investigations for the Iron Mountain Corporation, is a national expert on Digital Forensics and
a fascinating speaker. Try to attend his speech on March 30th from 12:30PM to 1:30 PM on Zoom.
Please read this article:
JQuery and DOM
I also want you to continue reviewing PHP. Please focus on sessions. Here are a couple of sites you might find useful PHP sessions
HTMLgoodies on sessions
another sitepoint sessions
PHP manual - sessions
Some Coding Examples
Sessions assignment: Write a php program along the lines of the Sessions Guess examples under Some Coding Examples. You might do something like take in hours worked and calculate pay.
Look at this tutorial as a guideline and create your own login to take in some information. Yours can be less intense.
You can also look for other models to work from.
Login Form Tutorial
Week of March 22nd
|Last week was vacation.
There are a lot of web sites that deal with PHP and JSON, so do some research and some experimenting.
I would like you to write two programs using PHP and JSON as your data source. Do something interesting with some complexity to it. I do not want something toooo basic.
Week of March 8th
|This week, continuing our introduction to some of the things to know in web development, we will start looking
at JSON. There are notes/presentations in pdf and examples at my site.
You should also do some research on your own to figure out what JSON is and how it is used.
Reading (a few dealing with Object Model and the rest deal with JSON):
Learn JSON in 10 minutes
First of several videos on JSON The second video gets into AJAX which is the next topic so here is an introduction
Note you can validate your JSON at jsonlint to validate
A student who has done this class is really happy with an editor he found called sublimetext. I know several have asked about editors so I thought I would pass it on.
Set up payroll data using JSON. You should have information about employee, pay, job, medical and you should have three different deductions where you need to specify the type and the amount and eamil where you have work and personal. Set up at least 3 employees and then access and print out the information from one of the records and all of the records.
Next you want to make the JSON data external and again access an individual record and all of the records.
Incorporate jQuery excr.
Week of March 1st
|A site recommended by a classmate on RWD
Presentation on RWD I found interesting
Please continue reading about RWD JQuery.
Week #6 Assignment: Look at the rest of my examples on JQuery and again experiment and send me at least 10 examples of what you did.
Again, copy the JS onto a document and send that with the working code and again you can combine as long as you tell me what you did.
Week of February 22nd
|We are going to start looking at JQuery. One of the books I really like is available at it-ebooks,
There are a lot of examples zipped up under examples and some pdf files to accompany them under presentations.
There is a lot on YouTube as well - I like Little Web Hut and JQuery Tutorials Playlist and I have found some others but don't remember their names.
Week of February 15th
|Continue with JQuery Mobile. You should look at the rest of the examples that I have and also do some research
on your own.
Recommended by classmate for RWD
JQuery Mobile and php
Week of February 8th
|I would like you to do some research on how to integrate both background images (background to a division etc) or regular
images effectively into a page that will work on all sizes of media. Then show me your results.
We are now going to move on to looking at JQuery Mobile.
Look at the examples under basic examples to get started and second group of basic examples.
The zipped examples are there and there are accompanying Smartboard pdf files that cover some of the things.
JQuery Mobile site
There are a lot of excellent JQuery Mobile tutorials at YouTube.
Experiment a little!
RWD and jQuery mobile are two ways to write code usable on mobile devices. A book I found really helpful when I was starting to learn JQuery Mobile is jQuery Mobile First Look by Giulio Bai. Look around on the web for information about it if you are interested.
You should look at my examples (I have included everything I am asking you to work with) and my accompanying pdf files examples.
First: Show me what you came up with for the background image experimenting I asked you to do.
Second: JQuery Mobile basic assignment
Week of February 1st
|Continue reading about and reading RWD both at sites and on youtube, there is a lot of
I would like you to do some research on how to integrate both background images (background to a division etc) or regular images effectively into a page that will work on all sizes of media. Then show me your results. (second assignment below)
Here are some references suggested by a student. When you send me yours I will post them:
RWD at W3 schools
Guidelines for responsive web design
Your first assignment is to draw your own original layout of 8 or more boxes (include some images) and the arrangement they would have at different screen sizes and then implement your design. The current wisdom is to start out with the smaller device and move to the bigger.
Your second assignment is to make a RWD page that is inspired by the research you have done. I want something reasonably complex and it should include one or more images and a background image.
Your third assignment is to look up UX Design and send me a page explaining what you found.
Week of January 25th
|Please read some of the articles on Responsive Web Design that I have listed under links and presentations.|
Definitely listen to the first two videos I have posted under links I would also suggest looking at some other videos at YouTube and looking at my examples and the presentation.
Look at the W3 schools information on Responsive Web Design.
Find and read two more articles or videos on Responsive Web Design and tell me the addresses.
First: I want you to experiment with writing a page that decreases columns and changes other aspects of the page. Essentially experiment with something that would work on full screen, on a pad and on a phone.
Second: Changing layout Your next assignment is to create a page that shows the 6 boxes and their movement as the screen increases and decreases. Follow the images on the pdf.
Third: Write a third page that experiments with other layout changes that you encounter in your research. Please include an image that diminishes in size to fit the layout.