09_FL2011ThingsToBeDoneInWeek9

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Things to be done in Week 9 (Oct. 19: after Fall break): INFS 3380: Spring, 2011 Okay, after the Fall break, we have a short 9 th week. So far we have focused on XHTML elements and CSS. Starting from this week, we will get introduced to a major foundation of client-side Web Page development, and that is: JavaScript programming. I have developed two sets of my own materials on JavaScript. These are AhmedsJSPart1.zip, and AhmedsJSPart2.zip (still under construction, not yet posted on the Blackboard) Each of these parts contains a somewhat large Word document, and a SampleCodes folder. All source codes that are explained in the Word document are available in the SampleCodes subfolder. In the first part, we will observe certain interesting features of Dynamic HTML (i.e., DHTML) via JavaScript. In the 2 nd part, we will mostly cover the “JavaScript” in the context of a formal programming language. I have posted the 1 st part of my JavaScript materials on the Blackboard > Lecture Materials >Slides and Handouts as AhmedsJSPart1.zip
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