CS 268: Project 2 Rubric

Your project 2 submission will be graded using the rubric below. Your site will be evaluated on five dimensions. For each dimension, I list a sample of the questions that I will use to structure my evaluation. User Experience Does the app have a coherent purpose? When network requests are being made, does the user […]

CS 268: Project 2 – React App

In the second project of this course, you will create a web app that consumes a web service using several tools from the Node.js ecosystem, including React, Redux, and Express. Expectations Your app must meet the following expectations: You will create an app that has a coherent purpose. Its content must be original and satisfy […]

CS 268: Project 1 Rubric

Your project 1 submission will be graded using the rubric below. Your site will be evaluated on five dimensions. For each dimension, I list a sample of the questions that I will use to structure my evaluation. Content Is the content original, not placeholder text or copy lifted from elsewhere? Does the site incorporate a […]

CS 268: Project 1 – Handcrafted Site

In this first project, you will create a website for a client using raw HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You will not use any helper libraries or frameworks. Instead you will gain facility with the foundational elements of web development. Expectations Your site must meet the following expectations: You will create a website for a client […]

CS 491: Project Milestones

This semester you and your team will be dropped into a box. Calories will be dropped in one side of the box, and a game will pop out the other. To help structure your progress, your box is actually expected to pop out four versions of your game in various stages of completion. These milestones […]

CS 268: Homework 0 – Blog Server

In this first ungraded homework, you will set up a web server that really lives on the web. You will begin serving out a directory for a blog that you will populate throughout the semester, documenting your foray into the world of web development. Digital Ocean You will set up your server with Digital Ocean, […]

Homework 6 – A-routes – due December 15

Your objective in this homework is to learn how to marry data and code—or state and behaviors—into objects. You will do this in the context of writing a program that maps routes of runs (or jogs or walks) in Google Earth or Google Maps. The intent of the program is to promote exercise by making […]

Homework 5 – Plaid Scientist – due December 1

Your objective in this homework is to learn how to organize and process data using arrays. You will do this in the context of writing a program that generates plaid patterns. Arrays have two features that are indispensible when building software: they help us manage large sequences of data by collecting the data into a […]

Homework 4 – Wireframe – due November 12

Your objective in this homework is to acquaint yourself with conditional statements and loops, which enable you to write code that diverges and repeats. You will do this in the context of writing an application that produces a GIF of animated wireframe objects. This assignment is more involved and less easy to test in small […]

Half-homework 3 – Trutilities – due October 25

Your objective in this homework is to reason about data using logical and relational operators. Expressions built out of these operators yield true/false or yes/no answers, which can ultimately be used to steer our code one way or another. You will use operators to solve several disconnected problems that have no overarching story. Sorry again. […]

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