"Mashup in a Day", A Mashup Lesson Plan
Dr. D. Robert Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web 2.0 is the current buzz word for the organic way in which the web is developing. Jump start your teaching of the programmable web with "Mashup in a Day", an all-inclusive lesson plan on mashups. Your students will learn not only web terminology but be able to program a Google Map mashup. "Mashup in a Day" clearly shows how web requests are processed by both the browser and the servers. Notes and slides highlight sections of code that are key to programming a successful mashup. "Mashup in a Day" includes lecture slides and notes, a project assignment, commented sample code and 20 questions (with answers!) for use on quizzes or tests. Come and see why mashup technology is the key to the programmable web.
McGookey, Jane, ""Mashup in a Day", A Mashup Lesson Plan" (2009). Technical Library. Paper 56.
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