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WEB 238

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WEB 238 Week 2 JavaScript Events WEB 238 Week 3 Cookies WEB 238 Week 4 Dynamic HTML WEB 238 Week 5 Web Programming Languages WEB 238 Week 1 DQs WEB 238 Week 2DQs WEB 238 Week 3DQs WEB 238 Week 4DQs WEB 238 Week 5DQs ..
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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&nb..
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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 probl..
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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 X..
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Objectives 3.1 Explain cookies. 3.2 Apply JavaScript programming. Readings Read Ch. 11, “Storing Information: Cookie,” of Beginning JavaScript. Read the Week Three Read Me First. Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings. Nongraded Activities and Preparation Modify the form pag..
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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 an..
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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 S..
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Objectives 4.1 Explain the difference between DHTML and HTML. 4.2 Explain Java applets. Readings Read Ch. 12, “Dynamic HTML and the W3C Document Object Model,” Section, “The Web Standards,” of Beginning JavaScript. Read Ch. 6, “Applets and Servlets,” of Herb Schildt’s Java Programming C..
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Based on the O’Kennon (2010) article, what does the WAMP stack bring to Web development that was missing with LAMP? Which stack do you prefer and why? Based on the Greiner (2010) article, why has XML become essential for providing the content management function in Web development? Explain. ..
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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 15-page paper. ..
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