ISIS-3710 Web Development


John Alexis Guerra Gómez


Slides:http://johnguerra.co/lectures/webDevelopment_spring2018/01_Introduction/

Class page:http://johnguerra.co/classes/webDevelopment_spring2018/

Syllabus

Class Objectives

At the end of the class you should be able to:

  • Build a modern web application
  • Be able to learn new web technologies
  • Understand web architectures
  • Love/Hate the professor

Topics

  • HTML5, CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Node.js
  • MySQL, Mongo
  • Basic Web design
  • Usability
  • Web Accessibility
  • Security
  • Meteor + React
  • Testing
  • Public APIs, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
  • Scalability
  • Backend as a service
  • Desktop Apps with JS
  • Mobile Apps

Readings

  • Asynchronous materials
    • You read them on your own
    • Mandatory
    • Must tweet comments before class
  • Synchronous materials
    • Discussions
    • Advanced topics
    • Random questions (participation)

Comments (tweets) before class

  • Must be interesting and original
  • Tweet using #WebDev @Uniandes
  • Count as part of the participation grade
    • 2pts Original and interesting
    • 1pts Interesting
    • 0pts Non-interesting

Class participation

  • Ask questions
  • Bring over interesting topics
  • Teach us stuff! ;)

Lottery

  • Ran in the first five minutes of the class
  • Be early
  • About the readings for the day

Lottery (Grading)

  • -2 Wasn't there when called upon on class
  • -1 Answered wrong
  • 0 Regular answer
  • 1 Kind of good answer
  • 2 Great answer

Lottery (Grading II)

  • Your final participation grade will depend of the average of the group
  • You need to have at least the average points of the group

Requirements

  • Coding (that's what we do in CS)
  • Github and Twitter accounts (fill the form on the class website)
  • Lot's of enthusiasm

Grade

Concept %
two Exams 30%
Projects 50%
Participation 20%

Projects

  • One short project – Individually
  • Three short projects - Pairs
  • One final project - Pairs

More about projects

  • All code to Github, MIT License
  • We are going to do Code Reviews
  • Class presentation
  • All projects are due 24hrs before class
  • Then you code review one of your classmates'
  • Mostly open topic
    • But real world problems!

Ethics and Code of conduct

  • Zero tolerance to fraud
  • Total respect
  • No mockery
  • No bullying
  • No discrimination

Support

Who am I?

PhD

Silicon Valley

Web Apps Examples

My home page

http://johnguerra.co

My home page

  • DB: None
  • Backend: Apache
  • Frontend: Bootstrap

My PhD Thesis

http://treeversity.cattlab.umd.edu

My PhD Thesis

  • DB: Postgresql
  • Backend: DJango (Python) + Apache
  • Frontend: D3.js + Bootstrap + JQuery

Tweetometro

http://tweetometro.co

Tweetometro

  • DB: Plain text files
  • Backend: DJango | Standalone Twitter API listener
  • Frontend: D3.js + Bootstrap.js

Who likes my Facebook

http://wholikesmyfb.com

My home page

  • DB: None
  • Backend: Apache
  • Frontend: D3.js + Bootstrap.js + Facebook API

Auto Album Organizer

Auto Album Organizer

  • DB: File System
  • Backend: None
  • Frontend: D3.js
  • Running as a desktop app with NW.js

BTactile

http://btactile.com

My home page

  • DB: Mongo
  • Backend: Meteor
  • Backend: Meteor + React.js

Required Readings Next session

A little motivation

https://www.paysa.com/salaries/full-stack-developer--t

Thank you

And Welcome!