Student Tracker

Student Tracker is this course's Assignment Uploader,Downloader, & and Course Grades Repository
INSTRUCTIONS: Using Student Tracker
INSTRUCTIONS: How to ZIP Files into One File

Course Info

Instructor Info

  • Instructor: Mike Panitz
    (Email listed in syllabus)
  • Office: CC1-319
  • Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, 11:00 AM to 12:30PM or by appointment 

Open Labs

Open Labs are an opportunity to work in a computer lab with a knowledgable lab monitor present.  You can ask the monitor questions (but keep in mind that the monitor is NOT a tutor), you can do group work or group-studying with other students (in this class or any other class), or you can work individually on a school computer or on your own laptop.

Homework assignments

Lectures and Schedule

All topics should be considered to be tentative, and subject to change

Topic Lecture Schedule Homework Assignments Topics

Getting started with HTML, CSS

Lecture 1
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  GETTING STARTED: INTRO TO THIS COURSE AND TO HTML
Syllabus
The BIT116 Web Site
Intro to HTML

Lecture 2
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Scheduling your time More HTML!

Lecture 3
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  CSS

Getting started with JavaScript

Lecture 4
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Bootstrap


Lecture 5
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  JavaScript and JQuery

Lecture 6
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  Troubleshooting and Debugging JavaScript

Conditionals

Lecture 7
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  Conditional statements (if, if/else, multiway)

Lecture 8
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Non-Instructional Day, No Classes

Lecture 9
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Assignment #1 due at the start of class SnowMagedon 2019, Part 1 - NO CLASS

Lecture 10
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Detecting (non)numeric input

Midterm Exam

Lecture 11
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Assignment #2 FIRST DRAFT due
at the END of class
SnowMagedon 2019, Part 2 - NO CLASS

Lecture 12
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  SnowMagedon 2019, Part 2, continued - NO CLASS

Functions

Lecture 13
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Assignment #2 SECOND DRAFT
due at the start of class
Exam Review

Radio buttons and Check boxes

Homework work time

Lecture 14
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Assignment #1 REVISION
due at the start of class

Midterm Exam

Lecture 15
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Assignment #2
THIRD AND FINAL DRAFT
due at 9pm

Go over the midterm

Work time for homeworks, homework revisions

Logical Operators

Loops and Arrays

 

Lecture 16
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Assignment #3 due
at the END of class

Functions, Part 1 - Define, call, return void

Lecture 17
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Functions, Part 2 - Collect, Call, Recieve Patterns

Lecture 18
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Functions, Part 3 - Decomposing Blobs of Code Into Functions

Lecture 19
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Loops

Lecture 20
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Arrays, Part 1 - Numeric Arrays

Final Exam

 

Lecture 21
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  Arrays, Part 2 - Associative Arrays

Review List Of Topics For The Final Exam

Lecture 22
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Final Exam

Lecture 23
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Arrays, Part 1.5 - Patterns of usage for numeric arrays

AngularJS

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MDN tutorials

HTML5 tutorial (by Per at Scrimba)

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