Study Guide for Test 1
Study Guide for Test 2
Study Guide for Test 3
Lesson 1 Notes--HTML and Web Technology
Lesson 2 Notes--CSS
Lesson 6 Notes--Document Object Model (DOM)
Lesson 8 Notes--Events and Event Handling
Lesson 9 Notes--Ajax
Lesson 10 Notes--Web Storage, Cookies, and Security
Lesson 11 Notes--XML and JSON
Lesson 12 Notes--HTML5 Media and Canvas
Lesson 13 Notes--Mobile web apps and offline web applications
createElement example from 16FEB17
document.createElement example from
Feb. 16, 2017
Shopping example from 7FEB17
Shopping list example from Feb. 7, 2017
Shopping List Example
Shopping list example from class
Model View Controller
mvc1.pdf Slides for MVC
This page has links to several web sites about mobile browsers.
The online version is free and you can buy print and ebook versions.
I haven't looked at it a lot, but the part I read looks good.
than the English version, so if you can read Russian, you're in luck.
EcmaScript 5 compatability table
The second link is to a blog entry about the "Next Big Language" (NBL),
It's old, but might still be interesting.
John Resig's web site (ejohn.org)
There is a list of XML references
The following notes are from previous terms:
Class notes on HTTP and related topics.
a survey of the language and an article about JScript (Microsoft's version
It alsoincludes information about JSON--JavasScript Object Notation.
In particular his paper
A student pointed out some
I haven't watched much, but based on what I did watch
and his web site, I would expect them to be good.
If the link above doesn't work right, go to yahoo.com, select
video search and enter "Douglas Crockford" for the search string.