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  • No unread posts Node JavaScript Advanced -- 75559 -- Spring, 2019
    We are trying to get a seat at the cool kid's table. Important to becoming a good programmer is the ability to READ code; to accept, understand, and follow the reasoning the syntax takes us; one more time: we follow the code like we might follow a great story by any of a number great English authors. Likewise we learn to read the NodeJS solutions in JavaScript. Hence we become ONE with the code and relax.
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    Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:44 pm
  • No unread posts Cascading Style Sheets -- 75004 -- Spring, 2019
    Rassin, Duey, Sid, Carol, Penny, Luiza, and David enjoyed a class on the inner workings of CSS. CSS directs the presentation and specifications (the glue that holds the HTML and JavaScript together) for a webpage, phone app; anything (mostly) that presents HTML to an output device. Here we tell our story; give advice and respond to other students; and present links of articles, youTube videos, and other sources on our journey.
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    Thu Mar 28, 2019 9:54 am
  • No unread posts Angular JavaScript -- 75010 -- Spring, 2019
    Here, Helen, Anu, Ryan, Preston, Fabio, Jeremy, Sid, Robert, and Edmund set on the path to learn the complex method of how Angular JavaScript is implemented to program applications. Specifically, we are introduced to NodeJS, Visual Studio Code, TypeScript (ES6 JavaScript) and (most importantly) the MVC design pattern to build web applications. This is a big topic and this course might not make us into Angular JavaScript programmers; yet, it will give us a "high level understanding" to succeed at further "code" lessons that are available on the Web. Lots of theory along with nitty-gritty syntax details will be addressed.
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    Thu Apr 04, 2019 10:30 am
  • No unread posts Node JavaScript Basic -- 73135-- Spring, 2019
    Here, we few, (Edmund, Fabio, David, Mike, Sid, and Robert), in the Spring of 2019, in an introductory Node JavaScript Class, are going to share LINKS, Lessons Learned, and respond to each other in this Forum. NodeJS is just JavaScript that is driven outside the DOM restrictions or the Web Browser (or, of course, any Responsive functions to a API calls or Apps). NodeJS is not a Language, Framework, nor Library. Rather, it's the environment that drives coding. This course constantly returns to the Theory and Syntax that drives JavaScript. And Classes; we can't forget them -- as they form the basis of TypeScript (which is class based JavaScript). Welcome all. We are here learn about what and "how" Node JavaScript works.
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    Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:01 am
  • No unread posts Introduction to JavaScript -- 73129 -- Spring, 2019
    Welcome to Siddharth, Mae, Bao-An, Ryan, Sitra, Hoyong, and Janet, who meet Mondays and Wednesdays, (but no class on January 21st ) in January of 2019 at Collin College, the courtyard campus to learn how to READ JavaScript code -- plus we learn some programming. JavaScript forms the basic Language of the web; it's the glue between the HTML and CSS actions that form the Transformation in a browser or API call.
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    Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:10 am
  • No unread posts YouTube Projects and Resouces
    YouTube requires a skill set that delivers content and processes to build / alter / create / manipulate content in the form of video, audio, script, action, mood, response; combined together to build a community of subscribers and active individuals who are part of this community and offer comments and responses to the published videos. A large task to bring together these many resources.
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    Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:38 pm
  • No unread posts HTML 5
    The 5 in HTML 5 just means the latest structural code that is implemented to define the HTML used to keep up with all the changes on the web worldwide. There will not be an HTML 6 anytime soon. HTML builds the structure and content of a web site.
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    Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:15 pm
  • No unread posts CSS 3
    CSS has grown into a mixed syntax that defines the presentation of a page on the web; it also has grown into the full blown specification for how the DOM (Document Object Model) interacts with the JavaScript functions; this specification has grown very extensive in past few years.
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    Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:09 pm
  • No unread posts Web Design
    Web Design is complicated: UX (user experience), UI (user interface), front-end client work, graphics design, Usability and Accessibility, (where usability is how simple the site is to get things done and accessibility being how persons with disabilities use the site). There is a lot going on with Web Design.
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    Mon Sep 10, 2018 8:12 am
  • No unread posts JavaScript Programming
    JavaScript controls the behavior of the website as it is presented on the page; it communicates to the DOM, handle server calls, and sets up listeners that keep track of the events produced on the page (clicks, mouse movements, etc. ).
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    Sat Mar 02, 2019 3:31 am
  • No unread posts Angular JS, II, IV, and V
    Angular made great progress by allowing one-page sites (gotta love the Anchor Tag!); but man-O-man it got very complex fast; large sites became so convoluted and messy. Angular II set the standard that other Angular advancements would support.
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    Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:41 pm
  • No unread posts PHP Programming
    On the server is an open software language that handles the HTTP requests and delivers both the static and dynamic code to be sent out to the client. PHP is super powerful server-side language with the greatest number of sites on the Internet.
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    Mon Apr 30, 2018 4:12 am
  • No unread posts Git Hub, Git Lab
    More than a version control system; it allows teams to work together and build repositories of code that can be easily updated, shared, and maintained. There's a little bit of a learning curve when actually working with Git; but since it's takeover by Microsoft it's sure to be supported.
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    Mon May 07, 2018 6:14 am
  • No unread posts Adobe Animate -- JavaScript API and Frameworks -- Flash for the <Canvas> tag
    Adobe Animate IDE provides a way to add motion objects into the canvas. These objects can then be controlled by normal JavaScript code. Adobe Animate builds the resulting environment nicely; that is, files are generated that can organize the actual animation that gets outputted to the <canvas> tag -- in real time. Animate also is a nice platform to use Adobe Illustrator files together to mix media files together to build short videos and social media ads.
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    Mon Jul 30, 2018 11:35 am
  • No unread posts JavaScript Programming -- Fall, 2018
    JavaScript Programming is the glue that holds together the HTML 5 and the CSS 3. These two technologies have been designed with "hooks" for the JavaScript Framework to connect to and exchange data. JavaScript is a Simple, Easy, straight-forward Language. Although it's original purpose was much simpler than it has grown to be; it is HIGHLY supported with transpilers, frameworks, library plugins, and a HUGE amount of API's. These extra Languages and Frameworks get Transpiled (TypeScript) into good old fashioned JavaScript (vs. ES5).
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    Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:22 am
  • No unread posts Angular Framework -- August, 2018
    A theoretical and practical survey of advanced concepts and practices in current JavaScript technology using Angular 2, and 4 (like there is a big difference -- not). Angular Framework is a method of implementing Full Stack Development; this class uses the MVC development model to exemplify this (particular) implementation of JavaScript. NodeJS and npm and a bunch of provided compilers (TypeScript => JavaScript) help us understand the code. This course teaching reading code; there are no big projects in this course; the course jumps into the environment the first day. Along the way we spend time reviewing particular JavaScript principles that are needed to understand the code we study. Welcome Travis, Maria, Sumani, Daniel, Yi, and David.
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    Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:06 pm
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  • No unread posts CSS -- Oct 19th, 2018 - Collin College -- Friday Evening Class
    Here is where Eric, Lu, Ruchi, Preston, Srinivas, Holli, Ruchi, Shilpa, and James come together learn about a very overlooked (complex) web development structure. CSS is a collection of code statements that direct the visual and functional response of a website. It formats and specifies the (magical) transformation that occur in the web browser. Over the past few years it has defined the specifications that direct both the HTML and JavaScript inside this browser; that is, it influences much more than just visually (as it use to). Therefore it's absolutely necessary to understand the syntax of CSS to fully control what gets presented on the web. CSS has a one line, simple, and direct syntax; but, what's inside each of a simple top-level items (there are three of them) control thousands of design choices for your websites.
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    Fri Nov 16, 2018 6:39 pm
  • No unread posts CSS -- November, 2018 - Collin College -- Monday and Wednesday Morning Class
    Helen, Kristi, Jan, Amy, Deborah, and James wake up together in a classroom where we study CSS. CSS is the syntactical language of presenting and building the specification for websites on the Internet. We communicate here in the early morning...
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    Wed Nov 14, 2018 11:47 am
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