When students complete Web Interfaces, they will be able to:
- Use advanced CSS layout techniques to build complicated user interfaces
- Connect their web applications to popular APIs to add enhanced functionality
- 2. Let’s Learn Inputs
- 3. Inputs Part 2
- 4. Validations
In this session, students learn how to validate user input so that errors can be caught and corrected. Students create a form that collects name and email information. Data is validated for format and length.
- 5. Let’s Learn Flexbox
- 6. Photo Editor I – Mid-Term Project
In part one of this mid-term project, students create an interactive photo editor. Students utilize flexbox, jQuery, HTML, and CSS to create a dynamic and useful photo editor.
- 7. Photo Editor II – Mid-Term Project
In part two of this mid-term project, students complete an interactive photo editor. Students utilize flexbox, jQuery, HTML, and CSS to create a dynamic and useful photo editor. The result is an impressive portfolio quality project utilizing skills learned so far in this course.
- 8. Media Queries
In this session, students learn how to use media queries to handle styling for different screen sizes. Users view websites and apps on computers, phones, tablets and other media. Students will use the meta tag to control the browser view. With the CSS media queries they’ll code a tree that grows as the screen expands.
- 9. jQuery UI with CSS Combinators
In this session, students utilize the jQuery UI Library to add interactions, widgets and effects. Students are introduced to CSS child, parent, and sibling combinators and create an interactive, sortable task list web application
- 10. Local Storage
In this session, students store data for the first time using local storage in their browser. They build a notepad application that can read and write data. Students also use attributes to make content editable within tags creating truly dynamic content.
- 11. Activity Tracker – Final Project
In this session, students utilize their HTML/CSS and jQuery skills to build an activity tracker app. They’ll start with the design and framework by adding styles and a dropdown input. Students also build a helpful timer feature to track activity minutes.
- 12. Activity Tracker II – Final Project
In this session, students complete their activity tracker app. They’ll store their activities in local storage and can show a progress bar to users. The final product is a fully functional application that helps kids get moving!
All students start in Intro to Programming at Wizard Level I. If you have previous coding experience, take the Advanced Placement test. Returning students can continue with the class where they left off.
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