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== Last Week ==
# to be filed
 
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* Did you the students register on the mailing list and receive the first 'hello world' post?
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* Verify: Have you filled in this [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1i9JP_9vS0wLRz-KIHGSTlqMwTzVuyMGChbW5eNZQYz0/viewform form]? ('''till Oct 23''')
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* Comments, questions, show&talk for the assignment [http://www.codecademy.com/skills/make-a-website Make a Website @ Codecademy] ?
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* Any other thing? Git, GitHub, Codecademy, BioJs, D3, ...
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== Tasks ==
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* Finish [http://www.codecademy.com/skills/make-an-interactive-website Codecademy Develop an Interactive Website] ('''till Oct 30''')
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== Optional ==
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* Read [http://google-styleguide.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/javascriptguide.xml Google's JavaScript guide]
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* Special [http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/javascript JavaScript Codecademy]
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* Read [https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Introduction_to_Object-Oriented_JavaScript Mozilla's Introduction to Object-Oriented Javascript]
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== Live coding ==
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In the following example you will learn about basic javascript, the event system and usage of external libraries (i.e. ajax)
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We are using JSBin for the live coding examples. JSBin allows you to code in JavaScript and see the output immediatly.
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We provided Unit Tests for your Code (They will turn green if you solve the exercise :) ).
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=== Simple Math in JavaScript ===
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* [http://jsbin.com/fajas/8/edit isPrime]
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Help: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_number Prime numbers]
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; Solution for isPrime [http://jsbin.com/jolone/1/edit?js,console,output ]
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=== Events & Observer pattern ===
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* [http://jsbin.com/huhuwe/4/edit?js,console,output MiniEvents]
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Help: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observer_pattern Observer pattern]
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; Solution for MiniEvents [http://jsbin.com/jatewe/3/edit?js,console,output]
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=== Ajax ===
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* [http://jsbin.com/vepab/17/edit?js,console,output UniProt]
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Help: [http://zeptojs.com/#$.get $.get]
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; Solution for UniProt [http://jsbin.com/pudica/edit?js,console,output]
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=== Helpful links ===
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they give you an overview of available JS functions
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* [http://overapi.com/javascript/ JS cheatsheet]
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* [http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp W3schools]
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* [http://www.dannyg.com/dl/JSB6RefBooklet.pdf JS-"Bible"]

Latest revision as of 18:00, 29 October 2014

Last Week

  • Did you the students register on the mailing list and receive the first 'hello world' post?
  • Verify: Have you filled in this form? (till Oct 23)
  • Comments, questions, show&talk for the assignment Make a Website @ Codecademy ?
  • Any other thing? Git, GitHub, Codecademy, BioJs, D3, ...

Tasks

Optional

Live coding

In the following example you will learn about basic javascript, the event system and usage of external libraries (i.e. ajax) We are using JSBin for the live coding examples. JSBin allows you to code in JavaScript and see the output immediatly. We provided Unit Tests for your Code (They will turn green if you solve the exercise :) ).

Simple Math in JavaScript

Help: Prime numbers

Solution for isPrime [1]

Events & Observer pattern

Help: Observer pattern

Solution for MiniEvents [2]

Ajax

Help: $.get

Solution for UniProt [3]

Helpful links

they give you an overview of available JS functions