Category Archives: WEB 238

UOP WEB 238 Week 1 DQs updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 1 DQs updated

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 Week 1 DQ1

What is a good JavaScript resource web site that you would like to share with the class?  Why did you select that particular site?
Week 1 DQ2
Explain the purpose of using JavaScript on a website and provide a specific example of a JavaScript application. What is the step-by-step process that would be followed to add the JavaScript described in your example to a website?
Week 1 DQ3
If you needed to help someone understand the DOM (Document Object Model) and how it impacts JavaScript, how would you do that? You are free to use diagrams, examples, analogies, descriptions in your own words or anything else that will help to make the DOM easier to understand.  Please keep the information simple and do not use text or diagrams created by others.

 

 

 

UOP WEB 238 Week 2 DQs updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 2 DQs updated

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Week 2 DQ 1

Please answer one of the following.
Find a form on the web that you think is well designed. Provide the URL for the form and describe 3 specific features that make it a well designed form.

– or –
Find a form on the web that you think has some design problems. Provide the URL for the form and describe 3 specific features that you think are problems with the design.
Week 2 DQ2
Provide a JavaScript example that you think would be a good addition to your web site.  Tell what the purpose of the script is and provide the script code.  You are free to “borrow” this code from a JavaScript web site if you wish as long as the site provides permission to do so.
Week 2 DQ3
Based on the Keston (2010) article, how have the improved sophistication, robustness, and feature richness of Web development tools impacted the development of Web Sites?
Keston, G. (2010). Web design programs and tools. Faulkner Information Services.

 

 

 

UOP WEB 238 Week 2 JavaScript Events updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 2 JavaScript Events updated

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 Week Two: JavaScript Events

Objectives
2.1 Explain JavaScript events.
Readings
Read Ch. 6, “Programming the Browser,” Section, “Responding to the User’s Actions with Events,” of Beginning JavaScript.
Read Ch. 12, “Dynamic HTML and the W3C Document Object Model,” Section, “Writing Cross-Browser DHTML JavaScript and XML,” of Beginning JavaScript.
Read the Week Two Read Me First.
Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings.
Nongraded Activities and Preparation
Vehicle Registration Form – Apartment complex collects tenant vehicle information to control the space in the parking lot.
Contact information fields: Name Phone number* E-mail address*
Vehicle information fields: Make Model License plate Year* State registered*
Create an HTML page with a form for customers to submit their contact information and vehicle information. Create another HTML page that acknowledges receipt of the tenant information.
Submit an HTML page containing the information form and an HTML acknowledgement page that displays the information entered on the form.
Learning Team Instructions
Begin working on your 10- to 15page paper and 10- to 15slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation due in Week Five.
Complete a learning team status report. A template is provided in the Course Materials Forum.
Individual
Service Request
Complete Service Request (Posted in Course Materials Forum), Contact Us Page. Do not complete the Change Requests this week. Note: The acknowledgement page should return the values entered from the form. A copy of the grading rubric is in the course materials forum.

 

 

 

UOP WEB 238 Week 3 DQs updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 3 DQs updated

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 Week 3 DQ1

There are many misconceptions about cookies by the general public.  What are two to three misconceptions about cookies?  In each case, explain the real drawback of cookies.

Week 3 DQ2

Tell us about your experiences and plans for developing your web site by answering one of the questions below.

1. Describe a problem you are (or were) having – and ask for help or tell us how your resolved it on your own.

-or-

Describe some features you would like to add to enhance your site.  If you are not sure how to add these features please ask for help in this thread.  If you do know how to add the features provide a general description of the process.

Week 3 DQ3

Based on the Greiner (2010) article, in AJAX what functional purpose does JavaScript provide to Web development?

 

- Greiner, L. (2010). AJAX web development techniques. Faulkner Information Services.

 

 

 

UOP WEB 238 Week 4 DQs updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 4 DQs updated

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 Week 4 DQ1

According to Krill (2009), HTML 5 could make Rich Internet Application (RIA) technologies such as Adobe® Flash®, Microsoft® Silverlight?, and Oracle JavaFX? obsolete. Do you agree? Why or why not?

Paul Krill. (2009, June). HTML 5: Could it kill Flash and Silverlight? InfoWorld.com. Retrieved from ABI/INFORM Complete.
Week 4 DQ2
There are several JavaScript frameworks available that provide libraries of JavaScript applications available for your site.  Please find and identify one JavaScript library (such as jQuery, YUI, etc.)  From that library find an application that would work well on the site you are building for the class.  Describe the application and how it would enhance your site.
Week 4 DQ3
In 1995, the Java applet added interactivity to otherwise static HTML. After more than 10 years of rapid development, there are other client-side technologies, such as Adobe® Flash®, AJAX, Microsoft® ActiveX®, Microsoft® Silverlight®, and so forth. Is the Java applet at the end of its lifecycle? Why or why would you not choose Java for any updated content on the web? Explain your answers.

 

 

 

UOP WEB 238 Week 5 DQs updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 5 DQs updated

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Week 5 DQ1

Find a site to share with us that provides good information about adding AJAX to a web site.  Give us a link to the site and discuss 3 interesting pieces of information that you learned from the site.
Week 5 DQ2
Provide a DQs that you think would be a nice addition to this class.  It can be a DQs to be used in any of the 5 weeks.  Please specify the question and what week you think it would be most appropriate for.
Week 5 DQ3
As we come to the end of this class please share with us what you have found to be the most useful piece of information, skill or activity that you picked up as part of this class.  Also, I am always looking for ways to make this a better class.  I find that many of my best ideas come from people taking the class.  What would you add or do differently if you were instructing the class? 

 

 

 

UOP WEB 238 Week 5 Web Programming Languages updated

UOP WEB 238 Week 5 Web Programming Languages updated

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 Week Five: Web Programming Languages

Objectives
5.1 Compare and contrast JavaScript and Java.
5.2 Explain AJAX.
Readings
Read Ch. 14, “Ajax,” of Beginning JavaScript.
Read the Week Five Read Me First.
Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings.
Learning Team
Paper
Finalize and submit your 10- to 15page paper.
Learning Team
Presentation
Finalize and submit your 10- to 15slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation