One Day Web 2.0 Seminar Course

This course is a programmers approach to Web 2.0. The slides introduce concepts, and the labs re-enforce the concepts through sample demonstrations.
Full Course Description: Web 2.0: Exploring Ajax, the Dojo Toolkit and jMaki to Develop Modern Web Site Interactivity
Online catalog: SEM-DTJ-3108
Download the slides and demo source code from the open source project on Java.Net: Tigerfarm.

FilenameModuleDescription
sem-dtj3108-labSetup.htmlSetup Web 2.0 course setup instructions
SetupEnvironment.htmlSetup Instructions to setup a development environment: NetBeans, Sun Java Application Server (GlassFish), and JavaDB
Ajax.zip 2megsAjaxAjax , CSS, and JavaScript NetBeans files. Includes a sample using JavaDB.
Dojo.zip 9megsDojo ToolkitDojo NetBeans files
jmaki.zip 10megsjMakijMaki NetBeans files

Past Teaches:

Click here for the previous web 2.0 course materials: samples and slides.

Modules:

0. Course Introduction
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* About this course
\* About the labs
1. Using Ajax
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* Showing how Ajax works
\* The XMLHttpRequest object, get and post
\* DOM, Document objects, setting attributes
\* Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
2. CSS and Web Standards
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* Introduction to Web Page Standards
\* Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) fundamentals
\* Web page formating and layout using CSS
3. The Power of JavaScript
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* JavaScript event handling
\* Moving graphics
\* Dragging graphics
\* Building an application with Google Map features
4. Web 2.0 Application Features
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* Internet transition to Web 2.0
\* Web 2.0 application features
\* Starting a Web 2.0 application within your company
5. Using the Dojo Toolkit
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* Introducing the Dojo Toolkit
\* Creating a Dojo Toolkit web application
\* Using the Dojo Toolkit to make an Ajax call
6. jMaki, a Web Application Framework for Rapid Development
PDF
Slides OpenOffice document
\* Introducing jMaki
\* Getting Familiar with the Features of jMaki
\* Building applications with jMaki
\* Using jMaki Glue

Comments:

Hi Tiger! I posted a pic of us on my blog. The pic was taken after your seminar in the Philippines.

Great seminar by the way.

Cheers!

Posted by randell on September 25, 2007 at 07:09 PM PDT #

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