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1.1: Differentiate client side and server side web programming with their uses and technologies used
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Task 1 – 1000 words Understand web design
1.1 : Differentiate client side and server side web programming with their uses and technologies used (1.1)
1.2 : Describe the evolution of DOM and state the limitations of ‘Level 1’ (1.2)
1.3 : What advantages and disadvantages of using XML and JSON and state the key differences between XML and JSON (1.3)
1.5 : Describe when you should choose a web application over a desktop application? (1.5)
1.6 : What are common types of multimedia that you can use in web applications and state the impact on the performance with using them and suggest how you can minimise these performance issues? (1.6)
1.1 Differentiate between client-side and server side programming
1.2 Analyse the history of Document Object Modelling (DOM)
1.3 Analyse the similarities and differences between XML and JSON
1.4 Evaluate the extent to which the benefits of using events outweigh the problems
1.5 Analyse the advantages and disadvantages of and differences between desktop and web applications
1.6 Analyse the problems associated with multimedia objects in browsers and recommend practicable solutions
Task 2 – 1000 words Create dynamic web pages
2.1 : You are required to create a web application to facilitate the following.
A login page that prompt for username and password that are stored in a database (2.4)
A dynamic CSS which can be customized for several color schemes (2.6)
For users that are not registered, a registration page which gatherers and validate the following information: (2.2, 2.3)
Unique email in the valid format
Mandatory First name and Last name
Once logged in, user must be able to enter his/her ID number and retrieve personal information using JSON or XML which are stored separately (2.1)
User will have various menu items to access different pages and they will have the option to hide/show menu items as per their preference (2.5)
2.1 Create a data model through the application of XML and JSON that meets the brief
2.2 Use JS to validate a form so that it meets the brief
2.3 Use JS to validate user input so that it meets the brief
2.4 Use JS to process user input at client side so that it meets the brief
2.5 Use JS to create a dynamic navigation menu that meets the brief
2.6 Use Dreamweaver to create a dynamic web page that uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) that meets the brief
1.1 Differentiate client side and server side web programming with their uses and technologies used
Distinguished Excellent Good Proficient Basic Marginal Unacceptable
Describes some of
Content (alignment with assessment criteria)
and synthesis of ideas; includes substantial original thinking
critical evaluation and synthesis of ideas; includes coherent original thinking
synthesis of key ideas beyond basic descriptions; includes original thinking
ideas with evidence of evaluation; includes some original thinking
the main ideas but omits some concepts; limited evidence of evaluation; confused original thinking
description of main issues; misses key concepts; no original thinking
information or containing information not relevant to the topic
Clear and relevant
Application of Theory and Literature
and relevant application of theory; expertly integrates literature to support ideas and concept
theory; fully integrates literature to support ideas and concepts
application of theory; integrates literature to support ideas and concepts
application of theory; uses literature to support ideas and concepts
Limited application of theory; refers to literature but may not use it consistently
theory; does not use literature for support
Little or no evidence
of application of theory and relevant literature
Knowledge and Understanding
Extensive depth of
understanding and exploration beyond key principles and concepts
knowledge and depth of understanding key principles and concepts
understanding of principles and concepts
and understanding of key concepts and principles
superficial knowledge and understanding of key concepts and principles
knowledge and understanding of key concepts and principles
Little or no evidence
of knowledge or understanding of key concepts and principles
Somewhat weak presentation; errors in mechanics and syntax may interfere with meaning
Logical structure to
few errors in
in mechanics and
expectations at this
mastery; free from
errors in mechanics
level; free from
errors in mechanics
syntax which do not
that interfere with
errors in mechanics
Advanced use of in-
text citation and references
Mastery of in-text citation and referencing
Appropriate use of in-text citation and referencing
Adequate use of in- text citation and referencing
Limited use of in- text citation and referencing
Inadequate use of citation and referencing
Little or no evidence
of appropriate referencing or use of source