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    • Application Development Environments Cornell Notes Application Group Awesome
    • What is “Cornell Notes”?
      • A system of taking notes
      • Used by students
      • Devised in the 1950s by Walter Pauk
      • Help you get through the five R's of Note Taking
    • The five R's of note taking
      • Record
        • Write as much facts as you can during class
      • Reduce
        • After class, summarize what you've just heard
      • Recite
        • Cover the summary column and recall what you just typed
      • Reflect
        • Put what you've just learned into a context
      • Review
        • Spend 10 minutes each week reviewing notes
    • Features
      • Multiple notebooks
      • Multiple pages
      • Add, delete, next, previous and edit page
      • Add, delete, download and open notebook
      • Show/Hide help
    • Technical issues
      • JQuery and writing XML
      • Div tags and TinyMCE
      • IIS and permissions
      • JQuery not compatible with TinyMCE
      • TinyMCE loading issue (Try/Catch)
      • Location javascript file (hardcoded)
      • Security
      • Error checking for ASP calls
      • Currently Firefox dependable
    • Facts
      • Size
        • 1KB browse.js
        • 36KB corn.html
        • 15KB jquery.js
      • Libraries used
        • JQuery
        • TinyMCE
      • Programming hours: 17h * 4 people = 68h
    • Sample code(1)
      • //The “Open”-button $('#buttonOpenNotebook').click( function(){$(".bookmenu").animate({"left": "-=180px"}, "slow" ); menuIsIn = true; }); //Show or hide the sidebar div when the arrow image is clicked. $(".arrowimage").click(function(){ if(menuIsIn){ $(".bookmenu").animate({"left": "+=180px"}, "slow"); menuIsIn = false; } else { $(".bookmenu").animate({"left": "-=180px"}, "slow"); menuIsIn = true; } });
    • Sample Code (2)
      • /* Display the specified entry to the textboxes on the page. * Arguments: ent = the entry to display*/ function displayEntry(ent)
      • { try { //If tiny is loaded, use .setcontent methods tinyMCE.getInstanceById('Note').setContent(ent.getElementsByTagName("notes")[0 ].firstChild.nodeValue); tinyMCE.getInstanceById('Keywords').setContent(ent.getElementsByTagName("key words")[0].firstChild.nodeValue); tinyMCE.getInstanceById('Summary').setContent(ent.getElementsByTagName("not esummary")[0].firstChild.nodeValue); } catch { //Otherwise, use standard text area methods $("#Note").val(ent.getElementsByTagName("notes")[0].firstChild.nodeValue); $("#Keywords").val(ent.getElementsByTagName("keywords")[0].firstChild.nodeValu e); $("#Summary").val(ent.getElementsByTagName("notesummary")[0].firstChild.node Value); } //Title field doesn't use tiny, so doesn't need to be in the try catch document.getElementById("Title").value = $("#Title").val(ent.getElementsByTagName("title")[0].firstChild.nodeValue);
    • Comments (1) ‏
      • JQuery
        • Good at displaying information
        • Good at manipulating GUI
        • Bad at receiving and storing information
    • Comments (2) ‏
      • TinyMCE
        • Easy to implement
        • Easy to configure
        • Does the job very well
        • Can tamper with design
          • CSS positioning
          • DIV sizes
          • Vertical alignement
    • Comments (3)
      • XML
        • Problems with namespaces
    • Conclusion
      • Javascript is probably not the best language to use with XML
      • Database might be easier than XML when using Javascript
      • JQuery should be used only for displaying information