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ITI 391 jQuery - Overview

Course Outline:

Course Description:

jQuery, is the industry standard JavaScript library used to add interesting, interactive features to your web site. Topics will include jQuery set-up, installation, and use; using jQuery action/reaction events; and show/hide. Learn to quickly add animations and effects, image slide shows, photo galleries, and rollovers. Add a jQuery navigation bar. Enhance and validate forms and learn other jQuery web features. libraries.

Prerequisites:

HTML5 Level I or equivalent experience.

Required Textbook & Materials

  • Title:   Murach's JavaScript & JQuery
  • Author:   Ruvalcaba
  • Edition/Copyright:   3rd
  • Year:   2017
  • ISBN 13:   9781943872053
  • Publisher:   Mike Murach & Associates, Incorporated

Materials:

Please bring a Flash Drive/Memory Stick 512MB or larger to class which will enable you to save your class work.

Meeting Information:

  • Days:   Monday & Wednesday
  • Dates:   3/18/2019 - 3/27/2019
  • Number of Sessions:   4
  • Time:   6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Location:   Rockville HU 321

Lesson Plan:

Session I

  • Course Overview
  • Chapter 8 – Fast Start with jQuery

Session II

  • Chapter 9 – Effects and Animations

Session III

  • Chapter 10 – Forms and Data Validation

Session IV

  • Chapter 11 – jQuery Plugins and UI Widgets

Web Support Links

Profburnett's Web4Students Websites: ITI 391 - jQuery: Spring 2019 CRN:34891

Session, Chapter Presentation, Examples Zip, and Solution Set Zip
Session Chapter Presentation Examples Zip File Solution Set Zip File
1 Course Introduction Presentation
Chapter 2 - Getting Started with JavaScript
Chapter 3 - Essential JavaScript
Chapter 2

Chapter 3
Chapter 2

Chapter 3
2 Chapter 4 - JavaScript Events, Objects, & Functions
Chapter 5 - Testing and Debugging JavaScript
Chapter 6 - JavaScript and the DOM
Chapter 4

Chapter 6
Chapter 4

Chapter 6
3 Chapter 7 - JavaScript Links, Images, and Timers
Chapter 13 - How to Work with Number, Strings and Dates
Chapter 14 - How to Work with Control Stuctures, Exceptions, and Regular Expressions
Chapter 7

Chapter 13

Chapter 14
Chapter 7

Chapter 13

Chapter 14
4 Chapter 15 - How to Work with Browser Objects, Cookies and Web Storage
Chapter 16 - How to Work with Arrays
Chapter 16

Chapter 16