A check-in is just a weekly opportunity to score some points and ensure that you are keeping up with the course content. The requirements vary from week to week, but may involve responding to a survey, taking a brief online quiz, or participating in a discussion, or making some progress on an assignment. They are due by midnight on the designated day.
curlcommand to POST to
http://cs120.liucs.net/checkin2, sending the POST data parameters
-d. The name should be your first and last name, for example
Chris+League. The score must be an integer greater than zero. It worked if it says something like “Thanks Chris League, your score has been recorded.”
Accept-Languageheader to get the response in a language other than English. Supported languages include Arabic, Chinese, Danish, German, Greek, Japanese, and Spanish.
mock-pageand saving it into your
cs120folder, committing, and pushing it to GitLab.
cs120folder, using the Project Type “Twitter Bootstrap.” The latest version of Bootstrap (probably 3.3.1) is fine. Commit and push this to GitLab as well.
cs120folder, commit and push.
codecademy-js-1.png in your
cs120 folder, commit and push.
while loops are mostly similar to C (but can’t hurt to review). The next section that’s substantially different is “Arrays and Objects in JS.”
Create a small web project named
index.html page, create a text input and a drop-down for the user to type their name and select their favorite food. After making changes to these input elements, the page will say something like “Welcome Chris, I also like Hamburgers.” See the example below.
Commit and push your updates, and write “checkin6” in the commit message. Hint: we covered how to use
onkeypress handlers in class on Feb 23.