For this week’s homework in Understanding Networks, our assignment was as follows:
REST assignment. Communication in not-so-realtime. Deliver information to the user through the browser from somewhere else. Update the information they’re seeing while they interact, preferably based on input from multiple sources.
As I mentioned last week, I wanted to work with the newly released Wordnik API. Continue reading Product of a RESTful night →
My homework for the first week of Dynamic Web Development is over here: Hello, World. I reused the CSS from CommLab week 1 and made absolutely no modifications to the “hello, world” PHP from the instructions. So, sue me. Continue reading PHP 101 →
I completely spaced the ICM homework last week, which is sad, because it involved a language I actually have some experience with: PHP. I know just enough about it to fiddle with WordPress templates—and once, in 2002 or so, I spent a few days trying to rebuild the ColdFusion-backed poets.org in PHP, just for kicks.
Yeah, I didnt get very far with that, Continue reading PHPhun →