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QUICK COURSE LINKS:  Add blog post - Read latest group posts - Course Moodle site

FAQs: Course process : Site design : HTML : CSS : JavaScript : JQuery : AJAX : Misc : Accessing your web space at AU : Podcasts for each unit

Updated resource pages:  Unit 1 - Unit 2  - Unit 3Units 4 & 5 - Unit 6 - Unit 7

Important notice: the student web server is unavailable. Until this is fixed, we do not require you to upload your site to the student server. See Running a web server on your local machine for details of how to meet the requirements for the final unit, and my posts on the subject in the discussion forum for further information about the problem.

Testing of a new server is in progress: if you would like to get early access and you are unafraid of working with command lines, network settings, and conf files, please contact Gerald Abshez, asking to be part of the trial.

COMP 266

COMP 266

Owner: Jon Dron

Group members: 1550

Description:

This group supports the SCIS course, COMP 266, Introduction to Web Programming. COMP266 is a course about building dynamic web pages, covering the Web development process, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, the use of JavaScript libraries and AJAX. See http://www.athabascau.ca/syllabi/comp/comp266.php for more information.

Should you run into difficulties joining the group, please mail Jon Dron, the course coordinator, at jond@athabascau.ca

If you are a member of the group, please remember to explore the FAQ: it is full of useful hints and suggestions!

If you are a prospective student, see Prerequisites for COMP 266 for detailed information on what we expect students to be able to know and do before starting the course.

 

Brief description: COMP 266: Introduction to Web Programming
Type of group:

The FAQ for this course is well worth reading. It contains lots of helpful hints and suggestions that can help you to be successful on this course.

Quite a few of the resources listed on the Moodle site for the course are out of date. Here are some updated and enhanced lists that supersede them (and that will be updated as and when needed):

Updated resources for Unit 1 (site design)

Updated resources for Unit 2 (HTML)

Updated resources for Unit 3 (CSS)

Updated resources for Units 4 & 5 (JavaScript)

Updated resources for Unit 6 (JQuery)

Updated resources for Unit 7 (external data use)

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  • Unit 5 - Reflection

    Last updated February 25, 2024 - 9:11pm by Ashutosh Singh
    I started a thorough journey to create a JavaScript project for my website throughout this lesson, making sure it matched the personas and situations from lesson 1. The lesson included several important assignments, including design, coding,...
  • Three ideas for using JavaScript

    Last updated February 23, 2024 - 11:58pm by Ashutosh Singh
    Idea 1: Interactive Image Gallery: Idea: Provide an interactive picture gallery that allows users to view bigger photographs by clicking on thumbnails. The larger picture should open in a modal window or light box overlay when a user clicks on a...
  • Three ideas for using JavaScript

    Last updated February 23, 2024 - 11:41pm by Ashutosh Singh
    Idea 1: Interactive Image Gallery: Idea: Provide an interactive picture gallery that allows users to view bigger photographs by clicking on thumbnails. The larger picture should open in a modal window or lightbox overlay when a user clicks on a...
  • Unit-2 Reflection

    Last updated February 20, 2024 - 9:59pm by Ashutosh Singh
    In this Unit, I concentrated on understanding and using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to make organized websites. Understanding HTML foundations, ensuring standards compliance, and enhancing accessibility by the personas and situations...
  • Unit 1 -Reflection

    Last updated February 13, 2024 - 1:09am by Ashutosh Singh
    When reflecting back on the tasks that were assigned, I saw that the design phase—which included creating mock-ups and mapping out sites—presented significant difficulties because of the fine balance that had to be struck between...
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