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JavaScript Programming

SPRING 2006

JAVASCRIPT PROGRAMMING SYLLABUS
          

INSTRUCTOR: 
 Alfonso M. Oropeza 
Office Hours:  W  & Th 6:00pm-7:00pm
Phone 714-628-4943 
Class:  Computer Science 118
Day:  Thu. 7:00PM- 10:05PM
Room: B-106
                                                                                       

    COURSE GOAL: After successful completion of Computer Science 118,

      the student will be familiar with the syntax of JavaScript, the methods  to

      incorporate JavaScript into HTML documents, and use of JavaScript to

      create interactive forms. Also the student will be capable to enhance Web

      Pages through the use of Interactive Programming utilizing Forms, Frames,

      Documents, Windows, Loops, Strings, and Cookies.

 

     COURSE OBJECTIVES:

 

      1. To recognize the syntax and become familiar in using basic

          Javascript commands.

2. To identify the various methods of incorporating Javascript into

    a web page.

3. To create interactive web pages using Javascripts commands.

 

4. To manipulate HTML form field values via Javascripts controlled

     events.

 

5. To validate data entered in a web form using Javascript techniques.

 

6. To build regular expressions for data entry validation.

 

7. To develop programming strategies to manipulate various types of

     HTML form fields.

 

8. To produce Javascript programs that exploit loops, strings and

     cookies concepts.

 

9. To apply programming techniques on fields contained in web pages

     containing frames.

 

     TEXTBOOK:

     Title:Mastering JavaScript and Jscript          Author: James Jaworski

     Publisher:SYBEX. ISBN:0-7821-2492-5

     

      The Text book is available online at the http://www.donbookstore.com/hawk

       or at the Santiago Canyon College campus bookstore in A-101.

      

       Phone (714) 628-4735 The bookstore email

       address is hawkbookstore@sccollege.edu  

 

     GRADING SYSTEM :

   

Grade

A

B

C

D

F

Score

91-100

81-90

71-80

61-70

0-60

 

    Assignments: 15%    Quizzes:15%   Midterm 35%   Final: 35%

 

     ATTENDANCE: Students will be dropped from the class if they accumulate

       four days of unjustified absences during the semester.

 

     ACCOMODATIOS FOR DISABILITIES: Students with verifiable

     disabilities who want to request academic accommodations are responsible

      for notifying their instructor and Disabled Students Programs and

     Services(DSPS) as early as possible in the semester.

     To arrange for accommodations, contact DSPS at 714-628-4860
      or 7124 639-9742(TTY) or stop by the DSPS center in E-105.