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SDI project 3




Assignment: Project 3;This week's assignment is even more open than the last one and has requirements above and beyond just coding. Instead of a flowchart that shows how the code needs to be structures, you are given a number of required flowchart elements and it is up to you to build a story and code with them. You will also complete your own flowchart, and you will use Git for revision control.;Reading & Resources;Web link;Deliverable 3 Flowchart;These flowchart elements are the ones you need to work into your assignment.;Instructions;This assignment is in 3 parts: JavaScript code, Google Drawing flowchart, and Git repository.;JavaScript code;This part of the assignment works the same as the previous two assignments, but with a small twist. The flowchart you're coding to has only elements and no arrows;You are open to code any story you want, as long as you can use (at least) all of the elements in that flowchart. Don't worry if some of the symbols are new?they will be covered in this week's activities.;This part of the assignment is graded on your syntax, coding style, functionality, and feature completeness. You may refactor your Project 1 or Project 2 code, so you don't have to start fresh. You also may reuse your theme or come up with a new one.;Google Drawing Flowchart;You can use the Google Docs Drawing web app to create a flowchart that represents your story and reflects your code. The intent here is to show that you understand the building blocks of the processes you are coding.;You can create your flowchart before or after you are done with your code, but it will be easiest to do if you work on them both together. Look at the required elements, write a little story and code to implement a piece or two, add the elements to your flowchart, and then repeat.;This part of the assignment is graded on how well your flowchart matches your code, its logic, and its correct use of the flowchart symbols.;You should download a PDF copy of your flowchart often as you work on it. If Google Docs goes down or something happens you will want at least something to turn in.;You are not required to use Google Draw to create your flowchart. You can use any softeware you like. You can even draw your flowchart by hand, but it must be legible and readable.;Git Repository;This assignment and the next will be tracked using Git, software that you'll learn how to use in the Revision Control activity. Git will help you to keep a log of the changes you make to your assignment files, but it's not automated magic. You'll need to have the presence of mind to work in small chunks, save often, and work with Git each step of the way.;This part of the assignment is not on the rubric, because it is required but doesn't count toward your grade. Please, please, please take the time to read and digest what is required for revision control, because the other two parts of the assignment may be perfect and you could still get a zero.;Deliverables;You must compress your entire repository before uploading it. Do not upload an unzipped file or you will get a zero for the assignment.;You will upload a compressed (Zipped) file named which should include;Part;File Name;Format;Notes;Repository;This is the folder that holds your entire local repository. You can compress the folder by right-clicking it in Finder and selecting the "Compress" option.;Flowchart;lastname_firstname_assignment3.pdf;pdf;Download the PDF version of your flowchart from Google Docs, save it to your assignment repository, and commit it before compressing your repository. You may commit this file multiple times, just like any other source file. Your flowchart should include your name, date, term, and assignment (Deliverable 3) in a text box.


Paper#72261 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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