We used jsbin instead of building full web pages in WebMatrix. This led to much more rapid exploration of ideas and programming concepts but at the cost of building portfolio pages. You will want to move the ideas in your jsbin pages into full web pages on the UBC server using WebMatrix or FTP.
Here are some highlights:
- We looked at your work using If Else
- Here is another way to do conditional branching using Switch/Case
- Keep Vancouver Friendly with Switch/Case and validation
- Using CSS to style a form – specifically the <label> element.
content: “:” ;
- We built a small application to do temperature conversions. This involved
- defining the problem to be solved,
- creating the algorithm,
- designing the user interface,
- translating the algorithm into code (a function),
- creating the web page, and
- adding functionality (second button to convert in the other direction)
- Temperature Conversions
Temperature Conversions version 2.
- While we were working on the form we used the new HTML form tags <fieldset> and <legend>
- Here is the jQueryUI example for Tabs
- jsbin settings and hints
Looking forward to it!
If you have questions or comments about today’s seesion, please post a comment here. I’d be interested to know what you felt were the most interesting or rewarding parts of the day. Or you can mention areas for improvement.
- IP489S13A HTML5 Crash Course – Session Three Notes (jimubc.wordpress.com)