WEB 436 ENTIRE COURSE

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WEB 436 ENTIRE COURSE
 
 
 
 
WEB 436 WEEK 1
 
WEB 436 Week 1 Individual Assignment E-commerce Website
 
Review HTML5 Projects: Engaging Ecommerce
with Joseph Lowery, on Lynda.com®.
Using the Roux Academy Store as an example, use HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript® to build an online candy store that sells at least eight candy-based products. Create a price slider and the ability to note favorites.
Submit a .zip file with your store to your instructor.
 
 
 
WEB 436 WEEK 2
WEB 436 Week 2 Individual Assignment M-Commerce Revision
 
Review the online candy store you developed in Week One. Consider the changes you would need to make to create a mobile version of the e-commerce website.
Build the mobile version of the e-commerce website.
Submit a .zip file with your website along with a 1-page memo detailing the changes you made and why.
 
WEB 436 Week 2  Learning Team Assignment Criteria Spreadsheet
 
 
 
Use a Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet to create an evaluative set of criteria to assess the functionality and usability of a mobile website. Your team will use this in Week Three to assess the M-Commerce Revision assignment.
At least six criteria must be listed. The criteria must be listed in column A.
Designate a column for each team member, such as B, C, and so forth.
A rating scale of 0 to 10 will be used, with 0 indicating that the mobile website does not meet the criteria and 10 indicating that the mobile website fully meets the criteria.
 
 
 
WEB 436 WEEK 3
 
WEB 436 Week 3  Learning Team M-Commerce Website Evaluation
 
Use the evaluative spreadsheet you created in Week Two to evaluate each team member’s mobile website. Based on the results, select the team member’s website with the highest rating.
Write a 1-page justification memo that explains your choice.
 
 
 
WEB 436 Week 3 Individual Assignment Mobile Device Application
 
Complete the "Working with Forms, the Canvas, and Media in HTML5" tutorial located on the SkillSoft® website. This tutorial discusses three new APIs in HTML5 - Canvas, Audio, and Video.
Build an application using an Adobe® PhoneGap™ (Apache Cordova™) mobile application toolkit for the online candy store you worked on in Weeks One and Two. Your program should do the following:
Access mobile information as part of the application's functionality.
Change the design so it will display with the best functionality for a mobile touch screen.
Resource: Lynda.com tutorial: Up and Running with PhoneGap Build  by Chris Griffith
Submit your 2D code to your instructor.
 
 
 
 
WEB 436 WEEK 4
 
WEB 436 Week 4 Individual Assignment E-Commerce Security Network Diagram
 
Design a network diagram using Microsoft® Visio® or another tool that clearly establishes the security level of the m-commerce website you designed in Week Two and the m-commerce app you designed in Week Three.
Answer the following questions:
What resources do you have?
What security level did you decided on?
What encryption model did you decide on?
What software is needed?
Write a 2-page report that addresses security issues pertaining to your m-commerce website.
Describe how your choices compare with trends in e-commerce security.
Explain how the website handles the following:
Authentication
Encryption
Key management
Phishing
 
 
WEB 436 Week 4 Learning Team M-Commerce App Evaluation
 
Modify the evaluative spreadsheet created by the team in Week Two, so an app is evaluated.
Use the evaluative spreadsheet to evaluate each team member’s mobile app. Based on the results, select the team member’s app with the highest rating.
Write a 1-page justification memo that explains your choice.
 
 
 
 
 
WEB 436 WEEK 5
 
WEB 436 Week 5 Individual Assignment The Future of M-Commerce
 
Create a six- to eight-screen wireframe for an m-commerce app that you might find on a smartphone in the year 2030. Use your imagination to come up with a creative, futuristic app. The wireframe can be created using the following:
Hand-sketch and scan
Microsoft® Word or PowerPoint®
A drawing tool that generates .jpeg files
A tool such as http://www.balsamiq.com/, exporting your wireframe to a PDF file: Alternatively, use a tool in the classroom desktop for prototyping purposes.
 
 
WEB 436 Week 5  Learning Team Assignment Social Commerce
 
Select one team member’s mobile app.
Using the Facebook® Mobile Web Tutorial, located at
http://developers.facebook.com/docs/guides/mobile/web/,
launch social integration in the app.
Submit your code to your instructor along with screenshots of your test, per Facebook®’s instructions on “Testing in a desktop browser.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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