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As the name suggests, you will be learning about JavaScript and MongoDB in this course. You will also be using meteor framework to build web applications.

This is a very advanced coding system and it is suggested that you should be familiar the basic knowledge on coding. You will build a complete multi-user collaborative document editing environment like the ones you use in Google Documents.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: University of London

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – course introduction 00:01:00
JavaScript and MongoDB – MongoDB, Meteor and reactive data – module 1 intro 00:01:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – TextCircle 00:17:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Reactive data 00:03:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Reactive sessions 00:07:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Scope 00:08:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Bootstrap it! 00:10:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – HTML preview 00:12:00
JavaScript and MongoDB – MongoDB, Meteor and reactive data – summary 00:01:00
Module 02
JavaScript and MongoDB – User accounts, packages and methods – module 2 00:01:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – User accounts 00:06:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – MongoDB shell 00:08:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Customise the accounts UI 00:11:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Who is editing working with methods 00:01:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Who is editing UI 00:10:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Improve the UI 00:08:00
JavaScript and MongoDB – User accounts, packages and methods – summary 00:01:00
Module 03
JavaScript and MongoDB – Publish and subscribe model and MongoDB filters – module 3 00:01:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – More docs! 00:08:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Docs in the DB 00:07:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Using Session 00:06:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Loading the new doc 00:07:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Document list 00:08:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Editable title 00:09:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Controlling document access 00:10:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Publish and subscribe 00:10:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Final polish 00:07:00
Web Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Publish and subscribe MongoDB filters – summary 00:01:00
Module 04
JavaScript and MongoDB – SimpleSchemas, autoform and code re organisation – module 4 00:01:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Reorganising the code 00:09:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Fixing bugs 00:09:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Routing 00:06:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Ironrouter 00:10:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Grid layout 00:09:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Find and FindOne 00:06:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Comment box 00:15:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Comment list 00:07:00
JavaScript and MongoDB – SimpleSchemas, autoform and code re organisation – summary 00:01:00
Web Application Development with JavaScript and MongoDB – Course Summary 00:01:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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