Week 11

Final Projects are officially underway!

Proposals are in (or should be) and individuals and groups should be well into the planning stages.

This week I will be doing walkthroughs of how to create some functional components you may need. For each of these, I am providing you with the code that I’ve demonstrated in the walkthroughs. You can download these directly into your c9 workspace by copying and pasting the wget or git clone line into your terminal window. For the zipped files, type in unzip and the filename after downloading.

For the user comments javascript file (when saving data), where it says:

username: ‘<API_KEY>’,
password: ‘<API_PASSWORD>’

change it to:

username: ‘ownegulinumestandeniveri’,
password: ‘2f23a60d25bdf194b731053757f0db90a5345d5a’

And on line 11, where it revers to <DATABASE_NAME>, choose your own database name. You do not need to include the <> brackets.

The due date for your final project is May 27th. We will have a celebration and public display of your projects the following week after Memorial Day.

Here are the project requirements, and modified rubric, which includes your feedback.

Summative Assessment: Final Project
General Requirements

This performance task requires you to develop a program on a topic that interests you or one that solves a problem. It is strongly recommended that a portion of the program involve some form of collaboration with another student in your class. Your program development process must involve a significant portion of work completed independently that requires a significant level of planning, designing, and program development.

You are required to:

  • Iteratively design, implement, and test your program.
  • Independently create at least one significant part of your program.
  • Create a video that displays the running of your program and demonstrates its functionality.
  • Write responses to questions about your program.
  • Include your entire program code

Grading Rubric

Screen Shot 2016-04-19 at 6.46.52 AM

If you are working on a game using html/canvas and javascript, take a look at the code for the snake game here.



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