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Presentations are due for comments 3 weeks before the presentation date.
The mini web app should be ready and functional at the dat of the seminar. All code should be available for other class participants to check out. You are highly encouraged to use git hub as the repository for your code.
Tips for your presentation
The presentation should:
- focus on why you chose to use one technology over the other, if you tried more then one concept show the way you experimented and measured key software engineering metrics such as code performance, readability, reusability etc.
- while you are requested to show your work do not show us heaps of code, instead focus on the interesting parts of your code that highlight implementation decisions.
- A demo of the working app is required
In the end students know about typical components of a Java Script based system, they can communicate sophisticated technological matters to their peers and they can summarize this in a written report.
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION
READ THIS PAGE: Hints and Rules for the seminar
July 1st : Seminar pre-meeting.
Seminar Dates: September 28 - October 2
Room: Rostlab seminar room I12
ROOM CHANGE: on Wednesday September 30th we will meet in room 01.11.018 instead of the Rostlab seminar room.
|Sep 28||10:00||Language basics -- variables, loops, conditionals etc.|| Christian Schnelzer
Alfredo Dalí Alvarado
Jimmy Abu Al Denien
|Sep 30||11:00||The Angular.JS MVW Framework|| Sri Vishnu Totakura
Shivguru Rao Bhimasenarao Visweswara Rao
|Oct 1||10:00||Data visualization using Raphael, D3|| Philipp Müller
Alejandro Valdes Valdes w
|Oct 2||10:00||Build tools, continuous integration and distribution|| Nikolai Gruschke
|Oct 2||11:00||EcmaScript 6 (es6) language features||Jan Smarschevski
- RECOMMENDED VIDEO http://www.paulirish.com/2010/10-things-i-learned-from-the-jquery-source/