TDDD27 Advanced Web Programming (6 ECTS)
|2013‑05‑29||Final hand in (resubmitted)|
Now its time for the final hand in for the 1 of June. The source code on gitlab.ida.liu.se and a link to your screen-cast presentation on gitlab in the top readme-file of your project also. As usual , git it in there and don't send me information via email since that is a black hole for information of this size. See the instructions on the course home page for details.
|2013‑05‑22||Code seminar instructions (resubmitted)|
The final code seminars at which point you will present your project, its current state and demonstrate you knowledge and understanding individually of what you have been up to during the course, starts on Friday this week and then runs through next week.
You should do a code walk-through from your code published to the gitlab.ida.liu.se repository from our standard computers dealing how a click in the client goes through your system to get data from storage, showing the something form models defining it, collecting the data and exposing it back on the client. Also show something tricky and something interesting from your project and talk about experiences building.
Practise doing this so you have something valuable to say during your allotted time slot of about 10 minutes. Its not OK to spend 2 minutes talking and we also have to break in 10.
For this presentation, the material you should use is thus your gitlab.ida.liu.se repository. So make sure you push and your material us to look at. The idea is that you demonstrate code only and convey your work through it.
The final deadline for the course is June 1 and for this we will be looking at the code published to gitlab.ida.liu.se and th screencasts you've created and uploaded somewhere and linked to through your gital.ida.liu.se repository, printing the link in your readme-file of your repo.
This is part of the formal examination so it is individual (everyone in the team must do their own presentation - if you for some reason have booked time for the same time slot you need to present different things from the project). Eveeryone must make that full roundtrip presentation - from client, to server and back into client (exposing controller,s models and what have you on both ends).
For potential resubmission email the examiner on august the 22:nd to book times for that.
|2013‑04‑30||You can now sign up for seminars in Webreg.|
Note!!! Sign up only one person per team on the proejct seminar !!!but!!! individually in the code seminars.
|2013‑04‑24||Add your self to the course e-mail list|
I send infromatio on the course mailing list. If you are not on it, you can add yourself. https://www.student.liu.se/itsupport/e-post/e-postlistor?l=en
|2013‑04‑17||gitlab.ida.liu.se now up.|
Projects and specification should be added tot he readme.md file of your project at http://gitlab.ida.liu.se where you should store your code for the project - but not your entire systems.
|2013‑04‑08||Sign up in webreg https://www.ida.liu.se/webreg/TDDD27-2013/THE+COURSE|
|2013‑04‑08||Slides to first lecture can be found here: TDDD27_2013_intro.pdf|
In this course you learn server and client side frameworks for web development. The focus is programming for large-scale web development. Think Facebook, Flickr, Google Documents, prisjakt.nu and amazon.com. Also think programming, not design, and HTML and CSS (which is content).
This is an A-level course with focus on learning a relatively advanced technology platform of your own choice, delivering a relatively large system on your own (specify, implement and reflect). Equal focus should be put on server side and client side frameworks (so don't miss this fundamental requirement). Projects are performed by individuals or by teams of two. Technology areas cannot be divided in the project, everyone has to know every technological aspect of the project. Features can be divided, however (e.g. everyone needs to program both on the server and on the client side). At the end of the course you will be required to individually present the system and the code on seminars and answer any question concerning all aspects of the project. Here it is not ok to answer that someone else implemented this or that part.
During 2013 we will test a new form of individual examination in seminar format, to increase the amount of exposure you get to other student’s systems. Therefore we will do multiple tracks in larger groups that we have before, with shorter time slot - requiring you to be more prepared. Team members must all present in different sessions. You may later be requested to do a private oral presentation. This may be a consequence of a poor presentation but also because we need to see more or even want a more in deapth walkthrough of your project out of pure curiosity.
Seminars will be planned also for Norrköping.
With that said, go create!
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Last updated: 2013-04-30