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Week 4

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Petey Martin on Monday September 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CSC 209 at University of Rochester taught by KOSTIN R in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see ADV FRONT END WEB DEVELOPMNT in ComputerScienence at University of Rochester.

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Date Created: 09/28/15
Petey Martin Notes 92115 0 Libraries Templates and Frameworks 0 Why use Libraries Templates and Frameworks There s no need to reinvent the wheel Noted many websites share a very similar sometimes identical structure Libraries templates and frameworks provide common structures so that developers don t have to redo them from scratch and can reuse the code provided Libraries templates and frameworks allow web developers to cut out much of the work and save a lot of time Libraries 0 A library is a le or group of les that provide a readymade solution for a de ned set of problems 0 Typically a set of programming routines methods functions that can be attached to a larger set of code that solves a more general solution Templates 0 A template is a readymade structure of code that provides common features that programmers typically include in their les Frameworks A framework is a package made up of a structure of les and folders of standardized code HTML CSS JS documents etc which can be used to support the development of websites as a basis to start building a site 0 Types of Frameworks Basically there are 2 types to differentiate backend and frontend this distinction is drawn depending on whether the framework is for the presentation layer or an application P FEES ENT39 l I le ER 3239 Languagea Frar r IEhwcsr leg FFEEZ JNlT E MUD HTh il CSS Javagcript Bostgtrap FQur ndatiSr 3 Grids SyEtEf r E User ir nterfaceg F F LIC I IGN LA39YEFE I B CICE EN D chggic arid operatior i of the webgite Languages PHI IFr l3339quot 1quot39 iMlr 31Esquotquotrquotr JAVA Frameworkg Symfcar ly Dja g Ruby Cir Rang Spri g D l h LAV39EFE Data persigter uce or i databageg TEGHF IQngiEEI MySCEEL P gtgreSQLr NGSQL o Frontend Frameworks Frontend frameworks usually consist of a package made up of a structure of les and folders of standardized code HTML CSS JS documents etc The usual components are CSS source code to create a grid this allows the developer to position the different elements that make up the site design in a simple and versatile fashion Typography style de nitions for HTML elements Solutions for cases of browser incompatibility so the site displays correctly in all browsers Complete frameworks with con gurable features like styledtypography sets of forms buttons icons and other reusable components built to provide navigation alerts popovers and more images frames HTML templates custom settings etc 96OGrid System www960gs Bootstrap wwwgetbootstrapcom Foundation3 foundationzurbcom 0 Advantages and disadvantages Advantages Speeds up the mockup process Clean and tidy code Solutions to common CSS problems Browser compatibility Learn good practices Having a single procedure to resolve common problems makes maintain various projects more straightforward Helpful collaborative work Disadvantages Unused code leftover Mixes content and presentation Slower learning curve You don t learn to do it yourself When is it advisable to use a framework When customizing the framework at what point do you realize it would have been faster or easier to code it yourself from the ground up Petey Martin Notes 92315 HTML5 Boilerplate Notes 0 Apple Touch Icon and faviconico used to add favorites on apple devices 0 Class quotnojsquot will be changed to quotjsquot ifJavaScript is detected Bootstrap Notes 0 Create overridescss le with SMACSS 0 Use div s for the Grid System


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