For 5/21 read and work through "jQuery Novice to Ninja".
Beyond working through the book on your own, apply some of the ideas/techniques to your FeedEngine project.
individual_notes folder, create a markdown file that documents two features you've personally added to your
FeedEngine project along with a narrative explanation of how/why you used jQuery.
Format & Example
Structure you file like this:
## jQuery: Novice to Ninja ### 1. Adding New Messages In our project we have the dashboard page which displays the current feed items along with the form to add a new item. When the user adds a new item the page refreshes and it's a bit jarring. I decided to use jQuery to submit the form asyncronously, fetch the data via AJAX, then use the slide-down animation to make it appear at the beginning of the feed. You can see the changes in this commit: https://github.com/JumpstartLab/curriculum/commit/cfdd9d026fd0c2faaf86c2469aeda89c2966b275 And view it in effect on our site at http://amazingfeedengine.com ### 2. In-Place Editing Blah blah blah... https://github.com/JumpstartLab/curriculum/commit/cfdd9d026fd0c2faaf86c2469aeda89c2966b275
- Make sure the file is named
lastname_firstname.markdownand in the
- Submit a pull request with ONLY that file