CS 347: Lecture 25 – CS 347 Wrapped

Dear students: Our mission’s nearly over. You asked me to give you homework and projects so that you could learn full-stack web development. I’ve done that, and all that’s left is project 2 and the final exam. We won’t see each other again as a CS 347 family, so this is where we say goodbye. […]

CS 347: Lecture 24 – OAuth2

Dear students: Today we discuss OAuth2, a popular system for managing access to data controlled by a web service but accessed by a separate client application. I will be frank with you. Security is not my favorite subject, and I do not feel qualified to be speaking on it. However, OAuth2 is too much of […]

CS 347: Lab 22 – MP3 Player, Part II

Welcome to lab. This lab is a continuation of the previous lab. Team, complete the assigned task below. Host, be careful not to dominate. All members should contribute ideas. Task Your task is to write a music library explorer called MyTunes—which could sometime be fleshed out to be a full-fledged web-based MP3 player. You will […]

CS 347: Lecture 22 – Router, Part II

Dear students: React lifts the burden of manipulating the DOM, which is nice, but some desirable features are also thrown out—like a site organized into multiple pages. With what we’ve seen of React so far, multiple pages are not really an option, as all views must be corraled under the almighty App component. In this […]

CS 347: Lab 21 – MP3 Player, Part I

Welcome to lab. By now you have already watched the lecture videos on your own. Now we will apply the ideas from those videos in an exercise, which you will complete in small groups. Within your breakout room, designate one of your team to be the host. Host, claim your group’s task on Crowdsource. Make […]

CS 347: Lecture 23 – Hosting User Files

Dear students: Many web apps evolve into miniature content management systems. Users upload their content to the back-end, and the front-end serves as an interface to this centralized storage. Sometimes the content is simple text and numbers that are stored in a database. But sometimes the data is more complex, like images and other media. […]

CS 347: Lecture 21 – Router, Part I

Dear students: React lifts the burden of manipulating the DOM, which is nice, but some desirable features are also thrown out—like a site organized into multiple pages. With what we’ve seen of React so far, multiple pages are not really an option, as all views must be corraled under the almighty App component. In this […]

CS 347: Lab 20 – GitHub Search, Really

Welcome to lab, which is a replay of the last lab that got nixed by technical difficults with NPM. By now you have already watched the lecture videos on your own. Now we will apply the ideas from those videos in an exercise, which you will complete in small groups. Within your breakout room, designate […]

CS 347: Lecture 20 – Today App: Client, Part II

Dear students: We will continue examining ingedux through the lens of a client for our Today app. In this second part, we’ll use Redux to update the state as we create, update, and delete memories. Here’s your TODO list: Watch Adding New Memories.

CS 347: Lab 19 – GitHub Search

Welcome to lab. By now you have already watched the lecture videos on your own. Now we will apply the ideas from those videos in an exercise, which you will complete in small groups. Within your breakout room, designate one of your team to be the host. Host, claim your group’s task on Crowdsource. Make […]

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