Research Log of Web Science Students

Computer Science is not simply programming

Create a project feature SNAPSHOT

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We’re almost done with the forms for our add project feature. We could have easily copied,pasted,and then edited what we did in the Create a course feature but I thought that was too easy. This time, I thought we should challenge ourselves and look at another way to make forms. Turns what we did although it was very tiring turned out to be really fun as well.

We used GWT to make the forms dynamic, really dynamic. Add input values on the fly! Our forms are inspired from the “create a form” feature of Google Spreadsheets.
All that’s left to do is the styling but Paolo will take care of that

 

Our forms

You can add as may learning objects to a learning activity as you like

Editing a learning object

Done Editing a learning object

Adding more learning objects but this time to a different learning activity

Deleting a learning object

Can’t wait to see this form prettied up with CSS or even better fully functional.

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Written by Jose Asuncion

November 29, 2009 at 10:00 pm

Posted in Hardwire

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  1. […] leave a comment » Because obsessive-compulsiveness in design, I would need to style the forms which were originally “style-less.” (See partner’s Create-A-Project Feature Snapshot post.) […]

  2. […] I wasted no time in working on the create a module feature so I can get back to our create a project feature right […]

  3. […] and from there I can already integrate ( or redo because the code is UNMAINTABLE? ) with the project feature I did […]


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