Archive for December, 2010

ITB test 2 results

December 22nd, 2010 No comments

Results for ITB test 2 (Spreadsheets and database test) are shown on the following PDF file.

Test 1 was the HTML test (worth 10%), Test 2 is the spreadsheet and database test from last week. Both columns are percentages. Note that results are subject to moderation and final checking

BB1753 ITB 1213 (PDF file)

Web Scripting for Applications Revision pack

December 10th, 2010 2 comments

All the previous exam paper questions are available in a Web Scripting for Applications Revision Pack.

Remember that this is the first year this module has run, so the paper has a different structure to any previous second year module (details in the document above).

A solution for one of the questions is in this web scripting solution (was covered in the micro revision sessions that took place in each lecture before christmas)

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Web Scripting for Applications Week 10

December 10th, 2010 No comments

Slides for today: lecture 10 php 5

Sample code used in lab: lab10 code (zip file)

Completed (working code) for morning completedlab10

Class employee example class.Employee.php

Lab exercises

lecture notes on MVC

MVC Code examples used in the lecture notes

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ITB week 10

December 7th, 2010 No comments

This session covers Open Source and Free Software and talks about the similarities and differences between them. Notes are here

The second part finishes the database material and covers problem with the relational model, functions, grouping and subqueries, notes are here

Additional notes about the assignment are here – all the other material about the assignment are here

For those that missed the discussion or the link last week, information about the second test is here

Correctly structuring and presenting a technical document

December 6th, 2010 No comments

This document explains the tips and techniques that can be used to structure and format a Word document so that it looks appropriate. It is expected that assignment work for Information Technology for Business (Level 4) and Web Scripting for Applications (Level 5), will use these techniques.

Correctly structuring and presenting a document

Referencing (which is mentioned on Page 7 of the handout), should use the appropriate referencing style, which for Kingston University is discussed in Harvard Referencing for Business students. This is a locally stored version – check the link for the latest version (login required).

Web Scripting for Applications Week 10

December 2nd, 2010 No comments

PHP lab exercises for this week along with code needed for exercise

lecture 9 handout

Class code examples used in the Lecture

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