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Each lecture course lecture includes the actual code developed by the master instructor during the lecture. No more staring at a blank screen when figuring out how to practice use the included code as a starting point.
The course culminates with developing a full quiz application called Trivia. You'll learn from building out this application yourself and modifying it and making it your own!
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Who is the target audience?
- Those with Limited Time who Want to Learn Alot
- Teacher and Students
- Foundational HTML
- Text editor
- Web Browser
- User Variables with Strings and Numbers
- Obtain input from the User via Alert Boxes
- Obtain input from the User via Forms
- Understand Simple Conditionals with If
- Create Complex Conditionals with If Else If
- Create While Loops
- Create For Loops
- Use Event Objects to Track Events that Occur
- Use the Javscript Date Object to Track Dates
- Include Audio and Video Content with the Media API
- Use the XMLHttpRequest() Object to Exchange Data
- Create a Basic Ajax Request
- Parse JSON code
Making Decisions with Conditionals
While Loops and For Loops
You've learned how to create variables which hold a single piece of data. Array can hold lists of data. Mark demonstrates in this lecture.
Watch the lecture to orient yourself to the activity in which you will build a full quiz application.
Even before Jeopardy, quiz games were all the rage. From a few locals getting together at the local pub for trivia night to nationwide televised quiz bowls, trivia has always been a popular passtime.
We'll provide the questions in a series of array objects. Your job will be to:
- Display the questions and answers
- Let the user know if they are correct or wrong
- Keep score (1 point per correct answer)
- Reward the users for correct answer with a plesant sound (included)
- Punish for wrong answers with a buzzer sound (included)
If you need a hint, we've also included an entire solution set in the zip file. You may modify it until your hear'ts content! The first way developers usually understand a language is by modifying it from it's orignial form.
If you want to challenge yourself:
A) Display only one question and set of answers at a time. B) Create a "splash screen" with music that plays when the game starts C) Make the game a two player game.
The Project CompassDaniel Zitter