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#Project: Online Resume - Javascript Basics course ##Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree - Udacity - Check the Project Review

Note:

This is not my real resume. This website was made for the Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree from Udacity. Check my real website @ inesarmadabras.6te.net or my portfolio @ inesarmadabras.github.io

##How to run? Open inesarmadabras.github.io/P2-Udacity-Resume

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##About this project - Udacity Info

How do I complete this project?

  1. Go to the Javascript Basics course and select "View Course Materials."
  2. Go through the videos and assignments in this course to learn the JavaScript necessary to build your resume.
  3. Review your work against the Project Rubric (on the next page).
  4. When you are satisfied with your project, submit it according to the Submission Instructions on the next page.

By the end:

Your resume will look something like this

And your repository will include the following files:

  • index.html: The main HTML document. Contains links to all of the CSS and JS resources needed to render the resume, including resumeBuilder.js.
  • js/helper.js: Contains helper code needed to format the resume and build the map. It also has a few function shells for additional functionality. More on helper.js further down.
  • js/resumeBuilder.js: This file is empty. You should write your code here.
  • js/jQuery.js: The jQuery library.
  • css/style.css: Contains all of the CSS needed to style the page.
  • README.md: The GitHub readme file.
  • and some images in the images directory.

Your starting point...

js/helper.js

Within helper.js, you’ll find a large collection of strings containing snippets of HTML. Within many snippets, you’ll find placeholder data in the form of %data% or %contact%.

Each string has a title that describes how it should be used. For instance, HTMLworkStart should be the first <div> in the Work section of the resume. HTMLschoolLocation contains a %data% placeholder which should be replaced with the location of one of your schools.

Your process:

The resume has four distinct sections: work, education, projects and a header with biographical information. You’ll need to:

  1. Build four JSON objects, each one representing a different resume section. The objects that you create need to follow the schema below exactly. Property names are case-sensitive. Make sure your JSON objects are formatted correctly using JSONlint.com.
  • bio contains:

          name : string
          role : string
          contacts : an object with
                mobile: string
                email: string 
                github: string
                twitter: string (optional)
                location: string
          welcomeMessage: string 
          skills: array of strings
          biopic: url
          display: function taking no parameters
    
  • education contains:

          schools: array of objects with
               name: string
               location: string
               degree: string
               majors: array of strings
               dates: string (works with a hyphen between them)
               url: string
          onlineCourses: array of objects with
               title: string
               school: string
               date: string (works with a hyphen between them)
               url: string
          display: function taking no parameters
    
  • work contains

          jobs: array of objects with
               employer: string 
               title: string 
               location: string 
               dates: string (Can be 'in progress')
               description: string 
          display: function taking no parameters
    
  • projects contains:

          projects: array of objects with
                title: string 
                dates: string (works with a hyphen between them)
                description: string
                images: array with string urls
          display: function taking no parameters
    
  1. Iterate through each JSON object and append its information to index.html in the correct section.
  • First off, you’ll be using jQuery’s selector.append() and selector.prepend() functions to modify index.html. selector.append() makes an element appear at the end of a selected section. selector.prepend() makes an element appear at the beginning of a selected section.
    • Pay close attention to the ids of the <div>s in index.html and the HTML snippets in helper.js. They’ll be very useful as jQuery selectors for selector.append() and selector.prepend()
  • You’ll also be using the JavaScript method string.replace(old, new) to swap out all the placeholder text (e.g. %data%) for data from your resume JSON objects.
  • Here’s an example of some code that would add the location of one your companies to the page:
    • var formattedLocation = HTMLworkLocation.replace("%data%", work.jobs[job].location);
    • $(".work-entry:last").append(formattedLocation);
  • Use the mockup at the page of this document as a guide for the order in which you should append elements to the page.
  1. The resume includes an interactive map. Do the following to add it.
  • In resumeBuilder.js, append the googleMap string to <div id=”mapDiv”>.
  • In index.html, uncomment the Google script element: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?libraries=places"></script>
  • In helper.js, at the bottom of the file, uncomment code to initialize map and set fitBounds.
  1. All of your code for adding elements to the resume should be within functions. And all of your functions should be encapsulated within the same objects containing your resume data. For instance, your functions for appending work experience elements to the page should be found within the same object containing data about your work experience.
  2. It’s possible to make additional information show up when you click on the pins in the map. Check out line 174 in helper.js and the Google Maps API to get started.

##Updates

  • declare var data = %data% to avoid use %data% all the time
  • problem with the var formattedName solved
var formattedName = HTMLschoolName.replace("%data%", school.name).replace("#", school.url);