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19th
Jan 2016
Mr. Th
@thienhuu
Jan 19 2016 01:31
ahii
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 05:56
Hi Everyone, I have an assignment to create a HTML page that facilitates searching on Facebook "pages", using only JavaScript, HTML and CSS..
Any Directions on this would be great help
gaurav
@myselfgaurav
Jan 19 2016 06:14
earching on Facebook "pages",
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 06:18
@myselfgaurav yes html page to search various FB pages...(like business pages)
gaurav
@myselfgaurav
Jan 19 2016 06:22
i can not get you can u explain
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 06:24
Here is the full Requirement

Facebook pages are used by businesses, organisations and brands to share their stories and connect with users.

Your assignment is to create a HTML page that facilitates searching for these "pages", using only JavaScript, HTML and CSS.

To your help you have Facebook's public API for searching pages, documented here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/api/

Most of the APIs that deal with searching and reading "pages" do not require user authorisation, and they support JSONP (through the "callback" parameter).

Requirements:

  • Use only the javascript capabilities available to you in the browser, no external libraries.

  • For each search result, make it possible for the user to find out more about the page, for example by expanding an individual result. Make sure that the search results are displayed in descending order. (Use your own custom sort to display the results)

  • You need not worry about old web browsers.

  • No "server side" code.

  • The user should be able to "favourite" and "unfavorite" pages (making his/hers favourites easily accessible)

  • No frames or iframes

Gediminas Bivainis
@bivainis
Jan 19 2016 13:58
What's the best approach to have a white md-toolbar with dark text, icons, buttons, etc? I don't see any clean way to do it, apart from changing the color with !important declarations. Is custom theme with custom color the only way?
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 19 2016 17:21
@Ami190 what do you have right now? you're not going to get much help if all you do is show is the requirements. It makes it look like you want us to do your assignment for you.
@gebidesign the themes are already built into the framework. Choose the color palette you like and apply the colors that you want. Is pretty easy.
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 17:37
@tonyeung , I followed a stack overflow link and could generate the search on my local host
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 19 2016 17:38
@Ami190 so you're done?
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 17:38
still struggling to host it on web., I am not sure if it will work online
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 19 2016 17:41
what's the struggle?
i don't understand why you're trying to host it
the requirements don't say you need to do so
has the instructor specified a delivery method?
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 17:43
yes it is, ASSIGNMENT ACCEPTED AS A LINK NOT AS A ZIP FILE
I am new to hosting
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 19 2016 17:44
that wasn't in the requirements you posted afaict
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 17:44
so trying Parse.com
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 19 2016 17:45
you can use something like codepen or jsfiddle
that way you don't have to deal with hosting stuff
Seema Goel
@Ami190
Jan 19 2016 17:45
oh great Thanks
James Rothpearl
@james89
Jan 19 2016 19:05
Does anyone have an example of a birthdate input validation (MM/DD/YY) using ng-material?
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 19 2016 19:13
isn't that just a date?