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- we mark your working web site page/s. The code you submit is to check what you have done, or not done. We cannot award you a mark on your code alone, so no working web site page/s, no marks. Where applicable (e.g. in the portfolio) we at times award marks for improved code, but such code must work.
- you need to keep your site alive until your receive your mark.
- name your submission correctly.
- read the submission document available on myUnisa under the resources folder.
- do not submit to myUnisa, unless specifically stated. In particular, myUnisa cannot accept zipped files.
The forum is for support before you submit your assignment/portfolio. The portfolio is an exam, so no feedback is provided. In other words, use the forum to get stuff working before you submit.
When will Tut 102 be available on Myunisa, so that we can continue with the portfolio?
I am not too familiar with REST, but I would suggest you first Google for "JSON, REST, SOAP, WSDL, and SOA". REST is simpler from what I know, but therein lies a danger i.t.o. security.
Also read this: http://www.servicestack.net/mythz_blog/?p=154
I want to ask about the text files that we need open in a popup page.
The TUT Instruction say that the text file must contain the commented out version of the related php file.
E.g Array.txt is the commented out version of Array.php.
The question is want commenting style should we use.
I tried //, # and HTML comments
Nothing works correctly
Language: PHP/* This is the comment style to use for a multiple line comment */
Use the following tags to add comments in html pages.
<!--This is a comment. Comments are not displayed in the browser-->
In the Assignment and Portfolio submission procedure you state that for the assignment we must put our URL and "assignment code" in a text document. I would just like to know what is meant by assignment code? Do you mean the unique number for the assignment, or is it the PHP/HTML code for the programs we have written for the assignment?
Firstly is the portfolio only consist of the folowing pages:
Calc, String, Array and Function? seems short?
Not sure if it is suposed to be all pages in tutorial 101 or only pages with assignment heading (latter obv makes more sense)
Is it ok if I upload my Portfolio as well... (its not 100% complete, more like 95%, but will obviously have time between recieving a mark for assignment and Portfolio submition date to fix relevant pages)
Only reason I ask is my index page has an Assignment and Portfolio split so everything is available in one place.
> Hi Prof Mac,
> In the Assignment and Portfolio submission
> procedure you state that for the assignment we
> must put our URL and "assignment code" in a text
> document. I would just like to know what is meant
> by assignment code? Do you mean the unique number
> for the assignment, or is it the PHP/HTML code for
> the programs we have written for the assignment?
> Many thanks
The PHP code
> Ok this might be a dumb question...
> Firstly is the portfolio only consist of the
> folowing pages:
> Calc, String, Array and Function? seems short?
> Not sure if it is suposed to be all pages in
> tutorial 101 or only pages with assignment heading
> (latter obv makes more sense)
> Is it ok if I upload my Portfolio as well... (its
> not 100% complete, more like 95%, but will
> obviously have time between recieving a mark for
> assignment and Portfolio submition date to fix
> relevant pages)
> Only reason I ask is my index page has an
> Assignment and Portfolio split so everything is
> available in one place.
> Thank you.
Just the assignment code (the headings yes) for now please. No problem if the index page has a link to the porftolio
I know the tutorial and submission documents state it but....just a confirmation
No upload to myUnisa is required.....which means no confirmation that you have submitted an assigment or qualify for the final portfolio/exam like other subjects?
Thanx...Apologies for the procrastination.
good luck to everyone out there...
I loaded something in the social cafe and thought maybe you could add to anouncements?
there is a PHP conference in SA, (This is for CT one, maybe there is other student that might be interested?)
> HI Mac,
> I know the tutorial and submission documents state
> it but....just a confirmation
> No upload to myUnisa is required.....which means
> no confirmation that you have submitted an
> assigment or qualify for the final portfolio/exam
> like other subjects?
> Thanx...Apologies for the procrastination.
No upload - a portfolio works differently for access to exam.
When can we expect marks for assigment 1?
also you other post says 10 August (might cause confusion )
yeah kinda feel same at moment 3612 is my only subject thats up to date,
feel like chicken without a head at moment
I trust you well.
I have uploaded assignment on osprey as requested ahead of the due date but when receiving my exam roster from Unisa it states I do not qualify for writing the exams in this module.
I am very worried since this will mean an extra 6 months in obtaining my Diploma.
Could you kindly investigate my issue and revert back to me. I also have not receive my marks for assignment 1 as yet, has it been released?.
My student number is 36033898 and my contact details are on my signature below.
083 236 0496
This is an online module. This means that all the information you need will be on the MyUnisa site.
Where do you start?
On the MyUnisa site you will find two tabs for EUP1501. One is the main site, EUP1501-Sx-xx, and the second one is your group site EUP1501-Sx-xxxT.
In the main site you will find most of the information you need for the module but you will not be able to post any assignments or post discussions on this site. Prof Goosen (the module leader) will post announcements on this site.
The group site is where you will post your answer to questions, communicate with other students and communicate with your Teaching Assistant.
Read your tutorial letter
After reading the tutorial letter you need to read all the information on the “Home” page of your group site.
The next step would be to check your “Discussions” on your group site. Here your Teaching Assistant will communicate with you and give you extra help and guidance. You can also ask your Teaching Assistant questions here.
This is your “Textbook”. The Learning Units will take you through the module step by step.
What about the assignments and exams?
You will have 9 assignments in this module. It is a lot of work and you will submit assignments almost weekly, but if you plan ahead this is manageable.
Assignments 1,3,5 and 8 are “Discussion Forum” assignments.
By this I mean that you will be posting your answers for these assignments on the discussion forum and it will be graded there (Instructions for assignments can be found in the Learning Units on your EUP1501 group sites).
Assignment 2,4,6 and 7 are practical assignments
These must be completed on a separate site, ITLab. Okay, now it might seem confusing, but it really isn’t. Stay calm, read all the info and be patient. In the Learning Units you will find instructions on how to connect to ITLab. You will receive an e-mail (on your myLife e-mail address) or a sms that will inform you that you are registered for ITLab and will include your username and password to log in.
Assignment 9 is a Blog that you will complete on your group site.
Exam? There is no exam for this module. Jipee! Do not get too excited yet. You need to submit a Portfolio instead of writing an exam.