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CIS 154 - Javascript Programming

Instructor: Brad Rippe
Office: T7B
Office Hours: 9:30 - 5:00pm (or scheduled)
Course Room: 316
Course Lab: 317 from 5 - 7PM (CHECK 316 if not in 317)
Course Site: http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/brippe/cis154
Email: brippe@fullcoll.edu (put CIS154 in the subject line)
Phone: (714) 992 - 7516
Course Hours: 7 - 10:00 PM Wednesday
Course Dates: 10/27 - 12/22

Today's Class 12/8

NO CLASS TONIGHT!!!
Assignment 4 has been extended to next week!
If you need additional help, please email. If you have
any incomplete homework, please finish and submit it on 12/15. Have a good week!

Homework 1 - Completed Version

Assignment 4 - Due 12/15

Javascript 1.5 Core Guide
Javascript 1.5 Reference

Course Text:

JavaScript Second Edition
Course Technology Thomson Learning (Web Warrior Series)
by Don Gosselin
ISBN: 0-619-06334-3

Course Description:
One and one-half hours lecture and one and one-half hours laboratory per week. This course teaches the student to use the Javascript programming language with Hyper-Text Markup Language (HTML) pages. Emphasis is place on creating HTML pages that include JavaScript programs. The student will learn the basic syntax of the JavaScript language, how to create JavaScript programs inside HTML documents, and how to use JavaScript programs to enhance Web pages. (CSU) (Degree credit)

Course Objective:
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to

  1. Design and create a JavaScript program that lets the user interact with a Web page
  2. Create an HTML page that contains one or more JavaScript functions
  3. Load and display HTML pages that include JavaScript commands
  4. Edit a nonworking JavaScript program so that it runs without error
  5. Creates a JavaScript program that displays input controls on an HTML page and allows the user to submit data to a Web page
  6. Create a JavaScript program that reads user input data based on the contents of the data and perform alternate actions

Prerequisites:
CIS 150 Introduction to the Internet with a grade of "C" or better OR
CIS 152 Web Page Design II with a grade of "C" or better

Requirements:
There will be NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED!!!!

Helpful Tools:
Mozilla FoxFire Browser
Web Developer Plugin

 

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